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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: WEbook: Turning Publishing on Its Ear 2  bethwong   2008-10-09 12:10:31 
Re: Chrome's Tiny Market Share Dwindles as Experimenters Head Home 4  just4kicks   2008-10-08 16:53:07 
Re: YouTube's E-Commerce Play: Watch It, Click It, Buy It 3  ddevin   2008-10-08 16:16:55 
Re: Circumstances Make Pakistan Hot IT Outsourcing Location 67  qadir0108   2008-10-05 14:41:39 
Re: Report: Skype Helped China Snoop on Users 2  bpmmx   2008-10-03 16:45:07 
Re: The New Online Gaming Ad Playbook 2  blairschooff   2008-09-30 10:37:14 
Re: To Outsource or Not To Outsource? 4  GSzatvanyi   2008-09-29 02:36:48 
Re: Netflix Wades Deeper Into On-Demand Stream With CBS, Disney Deals 2  passandr   2008-09-23 14:47:41 
Re: Shifting Online Auto Shopping Into High Gear 2  pandreson   2008-09-22 17:04:23 
Re: GAO Slams EPA for Turning Blind Eye to Toxic E-Waste Exports 2  mbartone   2008-09-19 10:54:20 
Re: Business Transaction Management: Key to Online Banking Success 2  AlonB   2008-09-18 13:32:18 
Re: Cymax Stores: The Little Online Furniture Shop That Could 2  paul_roberts   2008-09-17 12:38:20 
Re: Software License Compliance: Myth vs. Reality 2  TheItamReview   2008-09-14 13:31:48 
Re: E-Commerce Surprises: The Thrill of Anticipation 2  miscdoc   2008-09-14 07:38:55 
Re: The TV Ad Exodus, Part 1: Beyond the 30-Second Spot 2  hiikeeba   2008-09-13 10:22:41 
Re: App Stores: Microsoft, Google Follow Apple 2  coffee39   2008-09-10 13:48:02 
Re: Online Auctions, Part 2: The eBay Diaspora 3  YankeeTrader   2008-09-10 12:56:54 
Re: Online Auctions, Part 1: The eBay Earthquake 4  weingarten   2008-09-09 13:07:03 
Re: Is Social Networking With Shareholders Safe? 2  alfonsotupaz   2008-09-08 21:08:20 
Re: A Decade of Google 2  bpmmx   2008-09-08 14:39:24 

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Is native advertising good for journalism?
Yes -- It's a reasonable source of additional revenue for media outlets to support their traditional editorial efforts.
Yes -- Paid-for articles can contain useful information, but readers might bypass them if they look too much like ads.
Maybe -- But only if it's clearly labeled as paid-for content.
No -- I don't trust any information from media outlets that cloak paid-for content as objective journalism.
No -- Native advertising is confusing and devious, and it threatens the fabric of traditional journalism.
I Don't Know -- I don't understand what native advertising is.