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  1. Yahoo Beats Out Google to Become Mozilla’s Default U.S. Search Engine

    Big changes are coming to Mozilla, as Google will no longer be the global default search provider for the Firefox browser anymore. Instead, Yahoo will become the default U.S.search option in the browser for the next five years, under a new...

  2. New role for Okazawa at BNPP, and other recent job moves

    Job changes in the derivatives, regulation and risk industry throughout Asia BNP Paribas has appointed Kyoya Okazawa as head of equity derivatives distribution, global equities and commodity derivatives (GECD), Asia-Pacific, in addition to his...

  3. Amazon's 4 Pillars of Success: A Preview of Jeffrey Eisenberg's Pubcon SFIMA Keynote

    By being customer-centric, continuously optimizing and innovating, and creating an agile corporation, Amazon.com has dominated the competition. Your company can as well, says best-selling author and online conversion optimization expert Jeffrey...

  4. Pinterest Acquires VisualGraph to Boost Image Recognition

    Pinterest is refining its relevance capabilities with acquisition of startup company VisualGraph, an image recognition and visual search platform. Many speculate this move not only primes Pinterest to be a premier image search engine, but also an...

  5. Google's Universal Privacy Policy Class Action Lawsuit Dismissed

    A lawsuit against Google over their universal privacy policy has been dismissed by a California judge. Plaintiffs sought damages from Google, arguing the search and social giant "made money using information about them for which they were provided...

  6. Rosalind Franklin and Photo 51 Honored in Google Doodle

    On what would have been her 93rd birthday, today's Google Doodle honors Rosalind Franklin. Franklin took an X-ray diffraction image of the DNA molecule in 1952. The image was called Photo 51 and was the critical piece to identifying the structure...

  7. Interactive 4th of July 2013 Google Doodle Takes You on a Road Trip Across America

    It's Independence Day in the U.S.which observes the signing of the Declaration of Independence. America has celebrated every July 4th for 237 years. Today's Google Doodle once again marks the 4th of July, as Google has done every year since 2000...