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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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IBM, Apple Deepen Their Mobile Enterprise Incursion


IBM and Apple have released an octet of iOS apps for the enterprise aimed at improving productivity in the healthcare, airline and insurance industries, and on the factory floor. The eight new apps are part of IBM's MobileFirst for iOS program, an offshoot of the alliance the companies forged last summer. This is the third batch of apps produced by IBM and Apple for the MobileFirst program.
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Wondering what we should do? 1  gergin   2005-04-22 14:23:13 
Re: Indian Call Center Fraud Case Highlights Need for Change 2  wobhee   2005-04-22 09:12:34 
Re: Don't Touch Google's Name 2  hermanlochner   2005-04-20 11:35:56 
Re: Adobe Acquires Macromedia in $3.4 Billion Stock Deal 2  farmerbob   2005-04-18 23:00:17 
Re: Students Who Used Campus Supernetwork Sued 2  John_E_Public   2005-04-14 12:40:56 
Re: LexisNexis Breach May Be Worse Than Thought 2  hlesesne   2005-04-12 09:15:41 
Re: Net Stocks Rebounding All Over the Place 2  JimPflaum   2005-04-12 03:32:51 
Re: Wal-Mart Director Resigns After Probe 2  TheTruith   2005-04-03 11:41:09 
Re: Microsoft Sues Alleged Identity Thieves 2  awkuhn   2005-03-31 14:28:09 
Re: Microsoft Drops Blaster Virus Writer Fine 2  ladym   2005-03-30 23:35:41 
Re: Offshore Lessons: the Touchstone Case Study 2  jhelliot   2005-03-30 00:15:53 
Re: Supreme Court Weighs in on File-Sharing 2  bowldaz   2005-03-29 12:25:48 
small e-commerce business and proper tax/license question 1  eligh   2005-03-20 16:35:05 
Re: EU Says Microsoft Not Complying with Ruling 2  Kagehi   2005-03-18 11:26:00 
Re: White Plague a Growing Threat Around World 2  esherry   2005-03-16 12:24:36 
Re: Study Says UK Workers Stressed by Deceitful Office Culture 3  krazyken123   2005-03-11 12:15:04 
Re: Travel Safety Tips for Pakistan, India 2  gujarat2002   2005-03-08 12:48:52 
Re: Firefox Still Gaining on IE But Uptake Slowing 2  shadowspawn   2005-03-01 12:02:15 
Re: Online Education Flunks But New Focus May Spark Revival 3  jsener   2005-02-28 13:24:52 
Re: Is Your Logo That Important? 2  Isaiahs   2005-02-18 10:30:06 

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Should Europe Throw the Book at Google?
Yes -- Google is an illegal monopoly.
Yes -- Someone has to -- it's in bed with with the U.S. government.
Maybe -- Google provides good services, but it's too powerful.
No -- More power to Google!
No -- Europe should leave U.S. companies alone.