Over two years ago Microsoft and Yahoo! signed a deal to become partners instead of competitors in their shared domain […]
Its now been just over a week since the three major search engines announced a unified approach to “create and […]
Yahoo seems to be gearing up. With the launch of Search Direct last week it clearly showed it has not […]
Just when you thought Yahoo was gone and lost they wake up from the dead. At the same time SES […]
Yahoo and Microsoft search alliance overview was covered by Jon Myers from Yahoo and Mark Richardson from Miscrosoft UK. Mark […]
The World Cup, the biggest sports event on the planet, is underway! And because I’ve always wanted to do a […]
Where is search going? At SES New York a panel with Stefan Weitz (Bing), Larry Cornett (Yahoo), Brett Tabke (Yahoo) and Robert Murray (iProspect) try to answer that question.
It is no secret that Microsoft wants this business, and those who have been in the industry will recall previous attempts, most significantly the shennanigans of 2008, which saw an unsolicited proposal to buy the whole Yahoo! business in February of that year, for $44.6BN dollars in cash and shares.