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  1. In Search Race, Ballmer Seeks More Eyeballs

    Just over a year after the software giant made a public - and unsolicited - bid for the Sunnyvale search engine, the playing field has changed. So when Ballmer recently said that any deal with Yahoo! Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer just can't get away...

  2. SearchDay | Should You Target the Head or the Long Tail?

    executives who fled the Sunnyvale search engine last summer. More interesting tidbits from Q4: A combined Microsoft/Yahoo! Get a deal on Office Home and Student 2007 | . Report: Carol Bartz Accepted Yahoo Offer to Become CEO Posted by Nathania...

  3. SearchDay: Yahoo's Judgment Day

    Seems Microsoft has already forgotten the Sunnyvale search engine. DOJ Opens Formal Antitrust Investigation into Google-Yahoo Deal Posted by Nathania Johnson Jul 2, 2008 We knew this was coming. Yahoo's Judgment Day SEARCHING FOR MEANING Microsoft...

  4. SearchDay: SEO Issues with Global Expansion

    It's Official: Weiner to Leave Yahoo Posted by Nathania Johnson Jun 17, 2008 Last week, rumors were rampant that Yahoo's Network Division Executive Vice President, Jeff Weiner, would be leaving the Sunnyvale search engine.

  5. Yahoo Rejects Microsoft: Worst Decision Ever?

    With shareholders up in arms, Sunnyvale-based Yahoo has been trying to raise doubts about the legitimacy of Microsoft's last bid of $33 a share by pointing out that it wasn't submitted in writing. Yahoo may be cutting a deal with Google for...

  6. Microhoo No More: What the Analysts are Saying

    Mostly, there's a lot of nervousness about what will become of the Sunnyvale search engine. Some still hold out hope for Microsoft to return (or Yahoo to go begging at MSFT's doorstep) or a separate deal to be developed with AOL or News Corp.

  7. Yang's Yahoo Answers "OK, so now what?"

    Everything's not OK in Sunnyvale today. Now that Microsoft is on the sidelines, does Google have any incentive to do an outsourcing deal with Yahoo? Yahoo must face the future with Microsoft at its doorstep and Google as the dominant search engine.

  8. Microsoft Withdraws Yahoo Offer; Yahoo Responds

    Yahoo drank the Google paid search Kool-Aid to fight off Microsoft, leading the Redmond giant to retract its higher bid to acquire the Sunnyvale search engine. Sunnyvale, CA 94089 In a letter to Jerry Yang (full text below), Steve Ballmer cited...