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Today's SearchDay features headline stories from around the web.

NOTE: Article links often change. In case of a bad link, use the publication's search facility, which most have, and search for the headline.

MIVA shares surge on patent settlement with Yahoo...
Reuters Aug 15 2005 3:49PM GMT
ABS building a 'Google for stats'...
Australian IT Aug 15 2005 3:43PM GMT
Yahoo Edges Out Competition In China...
Forbes.com Aug 15 2005 3:31PM GMT
Autonomy upgrades mobile data search...
Computer Weekly Aug 15 2005 2:51PM GMT
Searching for answer to 'How big is the Net?'...
International Herald Tribune Aug 15 2005 2:19PM GMT
Yahoo, Google search for upper hand...
CNN Money Aug 15 2005 1:56PM GMT
Academia seeks ultimate search tool...
ZDNet Aug 15 2005 12:03PM GMT
Early years of Netscape were a thrill...
Seattle Times Aug 15 2005 8:43AM GMT
Murdoch casts his net over online search...
silicon.com Aug 15 2005 7:50AM GMT
Google loses AdWords trade mark case in the US...
The Register Aug 15 2005 7:18AM GMT
Q and A With New Shopping Search Engine Become.com, Part 2...
ClickZ Today Aug 15 2005 3:27AM GMT
New Partner for Yahoo Is a Master at Selling...
New York Times Aug 14 2005 11:13PM GMT
What can Google learn from Netscape's downfall?...
Toms Hardware Guide Aug 14 2005 7:20PM GMT
Google's growing pains...
San Francisco Chronicle Aug 14 2005 5:12PM GMT
Google suspends program to build digital library...
International Herald Tribune Aug 14 2005 1:27PM GMT
How SEC held search engine's feet to the fire in its IPO filing...
San Francisco Chronicle Aug 14 2005 12:58PM GMT
New Photo Gallery: Search Engine Strategies San Jose 2005...
About Aug 14 2005 11:06AM GMT


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