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  1. Google UK Honors Architect Sir George Gilbert Scott With Doodle

    Scott died in 1878 and is buried in Westminster Abbey, where today he will be commemorated with a special service, which is a rare honor for an architect, the Wall Street Journal noted. A Doodle on Google’s UK homepage today depicts St.

  2. Googloomy Times, Desperate Measures

    I can tell you from wandering around Wall Street that the fat, dumb, and happy cocaine smiles from brokers have once again left us. The sun might still be shining in California and on the beaches in St.

  3. Yahoo Q2 2008 Disappoints Wall St.

    Yahoo Second Quarter 2008 Financial Results Revenues were $1,798 million for the second quarter of 2008, a 6 percent increase compared to $1,698 million for the same period of 2007. Marketing services revenues were $1,587 million for the second...

  4. SearchDay: What's on your Mind?

    Yahoo's Yang Rips Microsoft and Icahn Posted by Kevin Heisler Jul 9, 2008 CEO Jerry Yang accused Microsoft of trying to destabilize Yahoo without intending to complete a deal, according to the Wall St.

  5. Google-Yahoo Search Partnership Today?

    Of course, this is the same rumor that the Wall St. Google and Yahoo may announce a partnership this afternoon at 4:30pm EST / 1:30pm PST. At least, that's the rumor coming from TechCrunch. Journal published on May 2, 2008.

  6. SearchDay: Conducting a Redirect Audit on Your Web Site

    CEO Tells Wall St. Here's one who does: Tom Evans, CEO of Bankrate, tells Wall St.analysts why SEO is one key to the company's success. MarkJackson Conducting a Redirect Audit on Your Web Site - Part 2» AU NATURAL: Organic search engine...

  7. CEO Tells Wall St. Why He Invests in SEO

    Nothing's tougher than facing Wall St.analysts when the economy's sliding into a recession. Wall St.analysts, though, are no longer impressed solely by a CEO dropping SEO into a conference call. During the earnings call, he explained how and why...

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

    No Wall St.analysts asked the question. The biggest acquisition news yesterday wasn't Microsoft-Yahoo but Arby's-Wendy's. In both cases, search marketers are asking, "Where's the beef? Better yet, analysts on the Microsoft conference call should...

  9. ComScore CEO Fires Back at Google, Wall St, and Bloggers

    Google CEO Eric Schmidt took an indirect shot at comScore paid click data during Google's (stellar) Q1 earnings call this week, referring to the inaccuracy of "third party data" that led Wall St.analysts to reduce earnings estimates for Google...

  10. Highlights from the SEW Blog: April 14-18, 2008

    Google frustrated Wall St.bears, earnings whisperers, and the world's most bearish bloggers today by beating analysts' earnings estimates. We've collected all the search engine marketing news from selected posts to the Search Engine Watch blog in...

  11. Google: A Clear & Present Danger to Corporate Data Privacy

    It's not a question you want to answer when Wall St.analysts quiz you on the company's performance on April 17th during the First Quarter earnings conference call. UPDATE: Editors' Note: At the request of Google, we've removed the photo of Google...

  12. Is Google App Engine HuddleChat a Campfire Rip-Off?

    Wall St.expects Google revenue to disappoint based on comScore CTR data. Of all the App Engine apps in all the developer joints in all the Google universe, Google walks into a land mine: HuddleChat. There's only one problem: HuddleChat is a dead...

  13. Yahoo Desperately Seeking Suitor: Time Warner

    Finding an alternative to Microsoft's unwelcome bid remains Yahoo's focus, according to reports this morning in The Wall St. Yahooo's desperately seeking a suitor. With a Microsoft proxy battle expected soon, Time Warner's emerging as a white...