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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: SAP Pours Salt in Commerce One's Wounds  Sinéad Carew  2002-01-17 13:43:27
Re: SAP Pours Salt in Commerce One's Wounds  m.van.leeuwen  2002-01-18 03:57:34
Re: Is E-Commerce Being All It Can Be?  Keith Regan  2002-01-16 14:37:48
Re: Is E-Commerce Being All It Can Be?  laurellane  2002-01-17 11:44:52
Re: Is E-Commerce Being All It Can Be?  raymondyoung  2002-01-16 23:47:02
Re: Does Crime Pay More on the Web?  Mark W. Vigoroso  2002-01-15 14:29:18
Re: Does Crime Pay More on the Web?  jluster  2002-01-16 12:15:54
Re: The Password Is ... Confusion  Lou Hirsh  2002-01-14 12:39:35
Re: The Password Is ... Confusion  dtrotzer  2002-01-15 10:04:56
Re: Microsoft Misses Boat With eBooks  ECT News  2001-05-30 13:38:21
Re: Microsoft Misses Boat With eBooks  danmoran  2002-01-12 15:48:30
Re: Internet Portals Leave Adolescence Behind  Mark W. Vigoroso  2002-01-11 08:54:46
Re: Internet Portals Leave Adolescence Behind  ucheabagbodi  2002-01-11 20:50:02
Re: Report: PC Owners Stay Offline at Home, Shop at Work  Nora Macaluso  2002-01-11 17:13:06
Re: Report: PC Owners Stay Offline at Home, Shop at Work  ohio  2002-01-11 17:46:26
Re: Report: PC Owners Stay Offline at Home, Shop at Work  slosi  2002-01-11 18:15:06
Re: No Solution Foreseen to Stop Delivery of Pornographic Junk E-Mail  Chris Cobbs  2002-01-09 14:49:47
Re: No Solution Foreseen to Stop Delivery of Pornographic Junk E-Mail  jimf12  2002-01-11 13:51:32
Re: No Solution Foreseen to Stop Delivery of Pornographic Junk E-Mail  scs02  2002-01-10 01:30:56
Re: No Solution Foreseen to Stop Delivery of Pornographic Junk E-Mail  edbreyer  2002-01-09 17:11:14
Re: E-Commerce Sites Fail Security 101  Paul A. Greenberg  2002-01-10 12:48:09
Re: E-Commerce Sites Fail Security 101  devitry  2002-01-10 23:55:08
Re: I-Marketing Interview: AMD  ECT News  2001-07-20 11:45:50
AMD's Advertising Folly  ChipBuyer  2001-07-20 13:10:09
Re: I-Marketing Interview: AMD  dfliger  2001-07-20 11:49:01
Re: I-Marketing Interview: AMD  mdanna  2002-01-09 18:29:10
Re: I-Marketing Interview: AMD  PCUser  2001-07-20 12:51:16
Re: I-Marketing Interview: AMD  wsimons  2001-07-20 19:23:40
Re: I-Marketing Interview: AMD  Just me  2001-07-27 20:01:31
Re: I-Marketing Interview: AMD  anon  2001-11-08 23:48:07
Re: Are StarOffice's Hard-Core Backers Really Objective?  ECT News  2001-06-05 00:18:56
Re: Are StarOffice's Hard-Core Backers Really Objective?  Peter C  2002-01-08 10:37:03
Re: Are StarOffice's Hard-Core Backers Really Objective?  Time Warp  2002-01-08 12:53:19
Re: Make Way For The Virtual Check  Paul A. Greenberg  2002-01-06 11:37:01
Re: Make Way For The Virtual Check  J. Marchant  2002-01-07 21:38:22
Re: Solving the Silence from Seattle  Keith Regan  2002-01-05 09:08:49
Re: Solving the Silence from Seattle  Bill Winn  2002-01-07 20:51:39
Re: Solving the Silence from Seattle  J.W. Riester  2002-01-05 09:30:58
Re: Lands' End Brings Virtual Swimsuits to the Net  Elizabeth Blakey  2001-10-06 14:53:33
Re: Lands' End Brings Virtual Swimsuits to the Net  Rachel Gleason  2002-01-07 15:59:28
Re: Study: Women Top Online Shoppers  Clare Saliba  2002-01-02 17:37:44
Re: Study: Women Top Online Shoppers  Lorraine  2002-01-07 15:05:16
Re: Study: Women Top Online Shoppers  Sophia  2002-01-02 17:42:48
Re: E-tailers Ring Up Record Holiday Week  Jon Swartz  2001-12-31 14:58:42
Re: E-tailers Ring Up Record Holiday Week  Teddy Bee  2002-01-02 20:59:48
Re: E-tailers Ring Up Record Holiday Week  jimmyhunter9  2002-01-06 09:27:43
Re: E-tailers Ring Up Record Holiday Week  Teddy Bee  2002-01-07 13:23:16
Re: Study: Community Pays Off for E-Commerce Sites  Keith Regan  2002-01-04 16:22:25
Re: Study: Community Pays Off for E-Commerce Sites  Jay Ferm  2002-01-07 12:27:31
Re: Online Car Sales: Bricks-and-Clicks Still Matter  Paul A. Greenberg  2001-12-27 21:39:56
Re: Online Car Sales: Bricks-and-Clicks Still Matter  Ford Customer  2002-01-07 11:40:01
Re: Online Car Sales: Bricks-and-Clicks Still Matter  Dennis Buckley  2001-12-28 18:28:43
Re: Online Car Sales: Bricks-and-Clicks Still Matter  Tony Graham  2001-12-28 16:10:28
Re: Online Car Sales: Bricks-and-Clicks Still Matter  Jack Wasserman  2001-12-27 23:45:18
Re: Bush Makes It Official: Net Tax Ban Extended  L.J. Martinez & Jon Weisman  2001-11-28 21:07:18
Re: Bush Makes It Official: Net Tax Ban Extended  Paul Wilcox  2002-01-06 21:32:01
Re: Bush Makes It Official: Net Tax Ban Extended  Dan  2001-12-17 16:17:16
Re: Bush Makes It Official: Net Tax Ban Extended  Jim Patton  2001-11-29 14:52:28
Re: Bush Makes It Official: Net Tax Ban Extended  Harry Slider  2001-11-28 21:41:59
Re: Bush Makes It Official: Net Tax Ban Extended  JUAN  2001-11-28 21:11:18
Re: Daily CyberCrime and Security Report for January 4, 2002  Stefani Robles  2002-01-06 11:59:05
Re: Daily CyberCrime and Security Report for January 4, 2002  Tara  2002-01-06 12:04:23

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