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  1. Google FTC Antitrust Probe Rumors Emerge as ITA Verdict Nears

    The FTC has previously reviewed and approved Google's acquisitions of AdMob and DoubleClick. Federal Trade Commission antitrust investigation after the Justice Department completes its review of Google's acquisition of travel software developer ITA...

  2. 50 Most Memorable Moments in Search for 2008

    Google Completes DoubleClick Acquisition with EU Approval Even though Google announced the DoubleClick acquisition in 2007 and it was approved by US regulators late last year, the deal wasn't finalized until EU approval was gained earlier this...

  3. SearchDay: Link Building with Customers

    They said the new features are part of the integration process with DoubleClick, since finalizing the acquisition of the company earlier this year. Google to Update Content Network as Part of DoubleClick Integration Posted by Nathania Johnson Aug 7...

  4. SearchDay: Local Search for Little Biz

    She also helped launch DoubleClick and AltaVista in the UK. Of course there are skeptics about the acquisition given that it was reported in TechCrunch: The Social Times: "Want a good way to build a popular .

  5. SearchDay: Obama, McCain Victories Tied to Adwords Spend?

    I had heard there were announcements that this would happen with the acquisition of DoubleClick, but I have had no notice that it was in practice. Microsoft Launches Beta Release of SearchTogether PluginPosted by Nathania JohnsonSearchTogether is a...

  6. Microsoft Launches Live Search Cashback and Live Search Farecast

    While some critics have criticized the program as a bribe, in practice it's no different than Google Checkout rebates or DoubleClick Performics CPA campaigns for retailers. Also available today is the new Live Search Farecast, which includes...

  7. Google Sees 79% European Market Share in March 2008

    Google's overwhelming dominance didn't prevent the EU from approving its acquisition of DoubleClick earlier this year. Yahoo came in fourth at 2.0% with Microsoft rounding out the top 5 at 1.9%. So many Europeans use Google for search, you have to...

  8. Microsoft Earnings Key Takeaways: Where's the Search?

    Microsoft's online services business increased revenue 40 percent to $843 million, including $143 million from aQuantive, which added 96 new publishers this quarter to the Atlas Publisher Solutions, the ad management platform that competes with...

  9. Who Will Cry for the Newbies?

    Microsoft bought aQuantive, Google bought DoubleClick, and we were off to the races. No doubt, this was a move to counter or compete with Google's ownership of Web analytics (Urchin, through acquisition) and optimizing tools.

  10. Highlights from the SEW Blog: April 7-11, 2008

    European Group Wants to Cut Search Engine Data StorageAlmost a month after the EU approved Google's DoubleClick acquisition, officials from 27 EU nations have unanimously adopted a proposal that could force search engines to reduce the amount of...