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  1. Bing's New Back-end: Cosmos and Tigers and Scope, Oh My

    In September, President of Online Services Qi Lu told financial analysts they plan to bring Bing to profitability over the course of several years by expanding how a search engine functions by better connecting users to the information they need...

  2. Yahoo! News Executive Editor Heads to Hearst

    Prior to that, Sean Suchter, Qi Lu, and Scott Moore gave up their purple people status for digs at the Redmond-based software giant. Yahoo! s executive editor and general manager of news is heading to Hearst.

  3. Yet Another Yahoo! Heads to Microsoft

    Sean Suchter, Qi Lu and most recently, Scott Moore have all departed Yahoo! Larry Heck, the vice president of Search & Advertising Sciences at Yahoo Labs, has been wooed by Microsoft. And when he gets there, he'll be surrounded by a few familiar...

  4. Another (Former) Yahoo Heads to Microsoft

    Qi Lu left his role as Executive Vice President of Search and Advertising Technology at Yahoo in the aftermath of the failed Microsoft acquisition for the Sunnyvale search engine. Now, Microsoft is bringing Lu on president of the Online Services...

  5. Former Yahoo, Tacoda Exec Heads to interCLICK

    VP and author of the Peanut Butter Manifesto, and Qi Lu, Executive Vice President of Search and Advertising Technology have left as well. Jason Lynn, Director of Solutions Engineering for Yahoo/Right Media is exiting the Sunnyvale search engine to...

  6. Yahoo Re-Organizes, Execs Drop Like Flies

    Now, Qi Lu, Yahoo's Executive Vice President of Search and Advertising Technology is headed out the door. Lu, Makhijani, and Garlinghouse were all moved to the newly created Global Products group, to be headed by Ash Patel, the current Exec.

  7. New Search Patent Applications: May 23, 2006 - Yahoo Wallets, Microsoft Answers, and Google Phrases

    Inventors: Thomas Joshua Shafron, Qi Lu, Ashish Baldua Inventors: Qi Lu and Ashish Baldua Inventors: Thomas Joshua Shafron, Qi Lu, Ashish Baldua Thomas Joshua Shafron was one of the members of Log-Me-On.com, which was purchased by Yahoo in 1999...