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  1. Google CEO Affirms Stance on Independent Yahoo

    That and a Microhoo would mean a stronger second place competitor in the search ad marketplace. In the wake of Carl Icahn's declaration that Microsoft would buy a Yahoo run be a different board (and Microsoft's affirmation of the claim), Google CEO...

  2. Yahoo on MicroHoo: Stick a Fork In It - We're Done

    MicroHoo is dead. RIP Microsoft-Yahoo. Today Yahoo made the official announcement that they've concluded discussions with Microsoft. YHOO) today announced that discussions with Microsoft regarding a potential transaction -- whether for an...

  3. Google-Yahoo Search Partnership Today?

    There's no question a Google-Yahoo partnership would throw a wrench into Microsoft's merger plans to create MicroHoo. Google and Yahoo may announce a partnership this afternoon at 4:30pm EST / 1:30pm PST.

  4. Yahoo Rejects Microsoft: Worst Decision Ever?

    Frank, what's the deal with your Microhoo obsession? Will the Yahoo decision to refuse Microsoft's offer go down as one of the biggest missed opportunities of the Internet industry? With shareholders up in arms, Sunnyvale-based Yahoo has been...

  5. Microhoo No More: What the Analysts are Saying

    Now that Microsoft finally withdrew their bid for Yahoo, it's a free-for-all for anyone claiming to be an analyst. Until then, Wall Street is punishing Yahoo for its rejection of Microsoft's offer, though not quite as severely as Mr.

  6. Microsoft Withdraws Yahoo Offer; Yahoo Responds

    Microhoo bid raised aloft; Google-Yahoo Kool-Aid quaffed. Below is the text of the letter from Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer to Yahoo! Yahoo drank the Google paid search Kool-Aid to fight off Microsoft, leading the Redmond giant to retract its higher...

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

    Google CEO to MicroHoo: We'll Bank on FrankGoogle CEO Eric Schmidt has reportedly named legendary Bubble 1.0 i-banker Frank Quattrone as an adviser to help reverse engineer the Yahoo-AOL and MSN- MySpace entanglements.