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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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Analysts Puzzle Over Apple Watch Preorder Figures


A million Apple Watch preorders in one day sounds good, but few industry observers are willing to go out on a limb and predict it will be a smash success -- especially with looming supply constraints. Fulfillment times for online preorders reportedly range from four to six weeks after it officially goes on sale. That could be a tactic to keep demand high -- or a hedge against demand falling off.
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Re: Entrepreneur Fills Niche with Hawthorne, N.J.-Based Internet Companies 5  I amTom Fouker   2001-10-25 19:07:14 
Re: Want a Piece of PayPal, Pal? 3  Tom Lowe   2001-10-25 18:10:30 
Re: The Reign of Content in E-Commerce 2  Earl   2001-10-25 12:28:57 
Re: New Yahoo Software Intended as Threat to Microsoft 2  Paul   2001-10-25 04:39:34 
Re: Catalog Retailers Hit an Online Home Run 2  Julianna Koh   2001-10-24 21:15:47 
Re: Amazon, E-tailers Approach Holidays on Thin Ice 2  todd   2001-10-24 19:08:15 
Re: Yahoo! Initiates Buyer Protection Program 3  Rick Bell   2001-10-24 15:18:16 
Re: It Never Rains in eBay Land 2  rmorawic   2001-10-24 11:11:35 
Re: I-Marketing Interview: PeopleSoft 2  Wayne   2001-10-24 10:14:43 
Re: Fry's Buys Outpost.com 6  Lonnie Grubb   2001-10-23 17:00:31 
Re: Vaunted Norwegian Search Engine Revs Into Action 2  Stan Googe   2001-10-20 04:24:30 
Re: Toyota Goes E-Commerce Alone 2  Carol Wagner   2001-10-18 12:28:05 
Re: Forrester Maintains $11B Estimate for Holiday E-tail 3  Lee   2001-10-17 23:21:08 
Re: Mobile Phones Swamped by E-Mail Virus 2  basil   2001-10-17 01:13:11 
Re: Living.com To File for Bankruptcy 3  JIM O.   2001-10-16 20:49:35 
Re: Online Music Takes the Long Way Home 2  E. H. Munro   2001-10-16 14:14:55 
Re: U.S. Cracks Down on Net Porn Fraud 2  Amanda   2001-10-16 02:28:50 
Re: Flooz Blues: Web Currency Site To File for Bankruptcy 3  Susan Dalton   2001-10-15 12:57:58 
Re: eBay Bets on Marilyn Monroe 2  CJ Wallis   2001-10-14 14:20:21 
Re: Big Three Automakers Form Joint Internet Venture 3  kali   2001-10-14 12:01:47 

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