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  • Google Names Bell Canada Exec New CFO
    The search for Google's new CFO is over, almost a year after current CFO George Reyes announced his decision to retire. Patrick Pichette, former president of operations at Bell Canada, ...
  • Parlez-Vous Mobile? Yahoo, Publicis Hook Up For Wireless Ad Initiative
    Mobile advertising may benefit from Yahoo's alliance with Publicis Groupe as part of the VivaKi Nerve Center announced Wednesday that will serve as the hub of the Paris-based holding company's ...
  • Google News Threatens While Still Struggling Internally
    While news organizations continue to worry about what Google is doing to their business, the company is far from achieving the kind of dominant position in news that it has ...
  • Agency Execs Fear Google, Microsoft
    The Google-Microsoft arms race is making advertising agency executives nervous, The New York Times says in a report from the Cannes international advertising festival. They worry that Google's recent search ...
  • Android Suffers A Setback
    Android-powered phones suffered a setback on Monday, as Google was forced to concede that handsets bundled with the new mobile operating system now won't arrive until the fourth quarter. According ...
  • Microsoft Exec Lashes Out At Google-Yahoo Deal
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  • Ballmer: No Big Acquisitions For Microsoft
    Microsoft will not attempt to make up for its failed move for Yahoo through a slew of acquisitions, CEO Steve Ballmer reiterated Thursday. Following the breakdown in talks with Yahoo, ...
  • Yahoo Reorg Sparks Further Talent Exodus
    Why are executives leaving Yahoo in droves? Because they got wind of the company's reorganization plans, says Kara Swisher. The Web giant is throwing just about everything into a new ...
  • Did Microsoft Create Yahoo Mess?
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  • More Execs Bolt Yahoo, Reorganization Expected
    Brad Garlinghouse, who led Yahoo's communications and communities group and authored the infamous "Peanut Butter Manifesto" that critiqued the company's business strategy, is among the latest to exit the Web ...
  • AOL's Moviefone Enhances Site
    AOL's Moviefone has added some site enhancements for users to customize their Moviefone experiences. The enhancements include user-generated quizzes and a newly launched Facebook application, as well as a new ...
  • Google Exec Dismisses Yahoo-Google Concerns
    Vint Cerf, one of the forefathers of the Internet and now Google VP, chief internet evangelist, spoke out about Google's recent Yahoo deal and the affect of the weak economy ...
  • Flickr Co-Founders Join Yahoo Exodus
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  • Scripps Partners With AOL To Carry Clips
    Seeking broader distribution online, Scripps Networks has tapped AOL to carry clips from its portfolio of lifestyle content, the companies are expected to announce today. Beginning later this summer, Scripps ...
  • Shareholders Denied Expedited Trial Over Yahoo Severance
    A Delaware Court on Monday denied a fast-track schedule to the lawsuit waged by two Detroit pension funds against Yahoo for its handling of the failed Microsoft negotiations, which means ...
  • Now Playing: Firefox 3
    Firefox 3 is slated for a Tuesday launch, which CNet says marks the "opening (of) a new front in the browser wars." The Web browser is ripe for an overhaul, ...
  • Final Microsoft Rebuff Sends Yahoo Into Google's Arms
    Just hours after final talks with Microsoft broke down, Yahoo announced an official paid search placement deal with Google: A 10-year, non-exclusive partnership that Yahoo President Sue Decker said would ...
  • Weiner Out At Yahoo
    Yahoo's executive exodus continues: The Los Angeles Times is reporting the departure of Jeff Weiner, the executive vice president of the company's network division, who leaves Yahoo to split his ...
  • Schmidt: 'Our Goal Is Not To Monetize Everything'
    In an interview with New Yorker magazine, Google CEO Eric Schmidt waxed philosophical about his company's much-maligned "Don't be Evil" motto, saying the maxim is meant to inspire debate about ...
  • Shareholders Sue Yahoo Over Severance Plan
    Lawyers representing two Detroit pension plans are suing Yahoo over the employee severance plan that was put into place to insulate existing workers who might lose their jobs in the ...
  • Red Light: Comcast Faces Three New Traffic-Shaping Lawsuits
    Comcast has been hit with three additional lawsuits stemming from its traffic control practices. The new cases were all filed last week, in state courts in California, Illinois and New ...
  • AOL Picks Ohio University In Student Ad Competition
    Students from Ohio University were victorious Monday in the American Advertising Federation (AAF) 2008 National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC) where AOL challenged teams to develop an integrated marketing campaign for ...
  • Clarification: Marchex's Adhere Similar To AOL's Platform A
    In the Online Media Daily June 9, 2008 article "Marchex Takes on Google With Text Ad Network," Marchex's vice president of marketing Leigh McMillan meant to speak of similarities ...
  • The Platform Wars
    Everyone in tech wants what Microsoft has: A software platform like Windows that so thoroughly dominates its market, that software developers are compelled to create programs for it. But now ...
  • WPP Chief: Google Keeps Me Up At Night
    What keeps WPP Chief Executive Martin Sorrell awake at night? Google. In fact, Sorrell is so familiar with the online advertising giant, he's committed its revenue and market capitalization to ...
  • AOL Extends Platform-A To Europe
    As in the U.S., AOL is consolidating its ad businesses in Europe under the Platform-A heading. The move will integrate the European operations of Advertising.com, ad-serving company ADTECH, contextual search ...
  • Why We're Voting For Jerry
    Silicon Alley Insider's Yahoo shareholder Henry Blodget explains why he and his colleagues don't need seven weeks to decide whether to vote for Jerry Yang and the existing Yahoo board ...
  • How Bill Gates Prepared For His New Role
    On June 27, Microsoft Co-founder and Chairman Bill Gates will step away from daily management of the company to focus on his philanthropy project, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. ...
  • Yahoo Responds To Icahn Accusations
    Yahoo Chairman Roy Bostock claims that Carl Icahn's version of what went wrong in the Microhoo collapse "seriously misrepresents and manipulates the facts" and that he has no constructive plan ...
  • AOL Seeks To Boost Bebo Revs
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