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Mayer Wins Concessions in Rejiggered Microsoft-Yahoo Deal


Microsoft and Yahoo on Thursday said they were altering a search partnership that has been in place since 2009. Under the amended agreement, Yahoo no longer will exclusively serve Bing ads and search results for its desktop traffic. That means Yahoo can sell some of that desktop traffic to another party. "Yahoo has an opportunity for greater revenue from the deal," said tech analyst Jim McGregor.
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Shopping for Algorithms and APIs in the Cloud


Algorithmia and Bedrock Data's cloud-based, on-demand services are turning the old-world drudgery of software development and data integration into point-and-click simplicity. These companies are bringing their services to market at just the right time. Their innovations are making it easier to gain real value from a widening array of business applications via the cloud.
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Re: Is E-Commerce Keeping Up with the Net?  Keith Regan  2001-09-04 11:28:01
Re: Is E-Commerce Keeping Up with the Net?  frances  2001-09-12 20:58:50
Re: Notes from the E-Commerce Chopping Block  Tim McDonald  2001-09-12 02:49:47
Re: Notes from the E-Commerce Chopping Block  RAHAT ALI  2001-09-12 02:53:28
Re: Windows Me Makes Lackluster Debut  ECT News  2001-05-25 10:55:17
Re: Windows Me Makes Lackluster Debut  Susan Johnson  2001-09-10 23:49:11
Re: AT&T Launches Online Customer Service Site  Robert Conlin & James Hollander  2001-08-09 14:53:37
Re: AT&T Launches Online Customer Service Site  don champeau  2001-09-10 11:24:50
Re: Internet Privacy Bills Will Boost Costs and Restrict the Right of Free Speech  Lisa Young  2001-08-21 11:47:50
Re: Internet Privacy Bills Will Boost Costs and Restrict the Right of Free Speech  Jim Flynn  2001-09-09 22:36:10
Re: More E-Shoppers Spending Less  James M. Morrow  2001-09-06 19:39:59
Re: More E-Shoppers Spending Less  Nick Lopresti  2001-09-06 19:44:45
Re: eBay Embraces IBM for Software, Marketing Boost  Nora Macaluso  2001-09-06 13:14:14
Re: eBay Embraces IBM for Software, Marketing Boost  candy  2001-09-06 13:25:16
Re: eBay Embraces IBM for Software, Marketing Boost  psycros  2001-09-06 16:49:56
Re: eBay Embraces IBM for Software, Marketing Boost  ibmer  2001-09-06 18:16:35
Re: eBay Embraces IBM for Software, Marketing Boost  Erik  2001-09-06 13:15:37
Re: News Corp., Disney Join Movies-via-the-Web Fray  Keith Regan  2001-09-06 13:10:10
Re: News Corp., Disney Join Movies-via-the-Web Fray  mae  2001-09-06 13:36:49
Re: News Corp., Disney Join Movies-via-the-Web Fray  andrea  2001-09-06 13:19:07
Re: News Corp., Disney Join Movies-via-the-Web Fray  Courtney Myers  2001-09-06 13:15:44
Web Sites Recycling  Herve  2001-09-05 22:59:55
Re: Yahoo! Joins With Publishers for E-Book Site  Keith Regan  2001-09-05 18:44:18
Re: Yahoo! Joins With Publishers for E-Book Site  Scott Schmidt  2001-09-05 18:48:17
Re: Students Show Strong Interest in E-Commerce Courses - Despite Economic Downturn  Liz Benston  2001-09-05 16:14:36
Re: Students Show Strong Interest in E-Commerce Courses - Despite Economic Downturn  Jared Spool  2001-09-05 16:21:27
Re: Stunt or Strategy? Company Seeks Venture Capital on eBay  Mary Hillebrand  2001-09-04 13:39:51
Re: Stunt or Strategy? Company Seeks Venture Capital on eBay  Pud  2001-09-04 13:41:01
Re: E-Books: Good Idea, Poor Execution  Paul A. Greenberg  2001-08-31 20:29:38
Re: E-Books: Good Idea, Poor Execution  Todd  2001-09-03 22:53:01
Re: E-Books: Good Idea, Poor Execution  A. Adams  2001-09-02 16:55:36
Re: E-Books: Good Idea, Poor Execution  Keith  2001-09-02 07:10:20
Re: E-Books: Good Idea, Poor Execution  Jim Flynn  2001-09-01 13:40:16
Re: E-Books: Good Idea, Poor Execution  Greg  2001-08-31 21:10:45
Re: E-Books: Good Idea, Poor Execution  Greg  2001-08-31 21:07:26
Re: NCAA Files Cybersquatting Suit  Michael Mahoney  2001-08-25 22:07:16
Re: NCAA Files Cybersquatting Suit  chainsore  2001-09-03 12:09:11
Re: NCAA Files Cybersquatting Suit  Richard  2001-08-31 15:05:43
Re: NCAA Files Cybersquatting Suit  Bob Microsoft  2001-08-28 17:00:04
Re: NCAA Files Cybersquatting Suit  David Smith  2001-08-25 22:10:00
Re: Online Banking Fraud Raises More Security Concerns  ECT News  2001-05-23 08:03:06
Re: Online Banking Fraud Raises More Security Concerns  loz  2001-09-03 01:18:52
Re: Online Banking Fraud Raises More Security Concerns  BBKing  2001-05-23 08:10:24
Re: Did Community Die with Theglobe.com?  Charlyn Keating Chisholm  2001-08-14 14:20:31
Re: Did Community Die with Theglobe.com?  Darryl Cross  2001-09-03 00:51:04
Re: Did Community Die with Theglobe.com?  Fred Neumann  2001-08-23 15:47:07
Re: Did Community Die with Theglobe.com?  Jane  2001-08-22 05:42:13
Re: Daily Cybercrime and Security Report for August 30, 2001  Elizabeth Blakey  2001-08-31 11:24:14
Re: Daily Cybercrime and Security Report for August 30, 2001  THOMAS HUGHES  2001-08-31 11:30:26
Re: I-Marketing Interview: BlueLight.com  Mark W. Vigoroso  2001-08-29 09:34:00
Re: I-Marketing Interview: BlueLight.com  Alison Aguiar  2001-08-31 09:57:44
Re: Report: Consumers Spend Nearly $4B Online in July  Michael Mahoney  2001-08-23 02:05:58
Re: Report: Consumers Spend Nearly $4B Online in July  Thomas  2001-08-30 17:29:02
Re: Report: U.S. Businesses Fail 'Safe Harbor' Data Privacy Test  Michael Mahoney  2001-08-17 16:44:25
Re: Report: U.S. Businesses Fail 'Safe Harbor' Data Privacy Test  Galo I Vargas  2001-08-30 16:30:15
Re: Report: U.S. Businesses Fail 'Safe Harbor' Data Privacy Test  Saundra  2001-08-20 17:47:06

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