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  1. It's Official: Microsoft and Yahoo! Finally Strike Search Deal

    Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer hopes that combining the resources of the #2 and #3 search engines will help innovation, which he says is needed to steal share from Google. With our new Bing search platform, we've created breakthrough innovation and...

  2. In Search Race, Ballmer Seeks More Eyeballs

    Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer just can't get away from questions about going after Yahoo - again. So when Ballmer recently said that any deal with Yahoo! Ever since Ballmer declared that Microsoft is moving on last July, he's never wavered from that...

  3. Yet Another Yahoo! Heads to Microsoft

    Steve Ballmer may not be interested in acquiring Yahoo as a company any longer, but it appears that Plan B has been to acquire search-related employees instead. That leaves Carol Bartz will less leverage if she indeed wants to strike some kind of...

  4. 50 Most Memorable Moments in Search for 2008

    turned the initial offer down, endured an "ultimatum" from Steve Ballmer, was rumored to have rejected an increased offer of $33 a share, and neglected to negotiate selling off just the search portion of Yahoo!

  5. Yahoo's Next Move

    When Microsoft has a corporate all-hands meeting, Steve Ballmer's passion and excitement is tangible. Sure, we can second-guess the Microsoft acquisition and argue (as I have many times) that the deal simply came down a battle of egos, but that's...

  6. SearchDay: PPC Advertising: Art or Science?

    s independent directors and management approached Steve Ballmer about just such a . Carl Icahn Returns to Letter-Writing; Microsoft Open to Deal with a New Yahoo Board Posted by Nathania Johnson Jul 7, 2008 The rumors of Microsoft still being open...

  7. Yahoo Responds to Icahn's Latest Letter

    s independent directors and management approached Steve Ballmer about just such a transaction, only to be told that Microsoft was no longer interested even in the price range which they had previously proposed.