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  1. SEMPO Tells Government: Don't Censor Search Engines

    No longer do demographics -- age, gender, income, location, education --predetermine the outcome of an activity. It's no exaggeration to say that Google's innovations in search advertising have led to the growth of the search engine marketing...

  2. 9 Reasons Why it Might Be Time For Marketers to Value Virtual Goods

    On Sex, Money, Fame & Glamour in Second Life she discusses how making real money from creating and selling her own virtual goods and converting the income from Linden dollars into U.S.dollars. The low overheads of running a business in a virtual...

  3. Yahoo Q3 2008 Earnings: It Ain't Pretty

    Non-GAAP net income for the third quarter of 2008 was $123 million or $0.09 per diluted share compared to non-GAAP net income of $153 million or $0.11 per diluted share for the same period of 2007. All the major news organizations are focused...

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

    Microsoft reported $4.4 billion in net income for the quarter. In addition, about 15 percent of revenue is in high-growth emerging markets. Yahoo would accelerate growth but the core strategy won't change: drive innovation and search, increase...

  5. Yahoo Earnings Beat Estimates

    Yahoo is still not out of the woods, since its full-year revenue guidance remains the same, though its operating income guidance was upped by $50 million. Yahoo reported $121 million operating income on $1.35 billion in net revenues.

  6. On the move

    In the newly created Hong Kong-based post, he will oversee sales, structuring, trading and research across equities and fixed income. Yem will now be based in London, reporting to equity and fixed-income heads Tony Ehinger and Gael de Boissard...

  7. Search Headlines & Links: October 18, 2006

    That along with falling $1.14 billion short of Wall Streets expectations in revenues earned and a drop in net income by 37.5 percent, has sent Yahoo's stock downwards again. Google's share continues to increase (65% increase YoY) while Yahoo's...

  8. Google Revenues Up

    Revenue from Google-owned sites was 58 percent; Google network sites made up 41 percent; the remaining 1 percent is either a rounding issue or non-ad income. Net income was 62 percent higher than last quarter, various sources calculate.