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Wall Street Second Quarter

  1. Google Building East Coast Tech Mecca? NYC Office Building Bought for $1.9 Billion

    Nonethless, Wall Street Journal have just confirmed our suspicions. However Wall Street Journal spoke with Goldman Sachs analyst, James Mitchell, who confirmed our suspicions that Google had other reasons that simply financing to buy that...

  2. SearchDay | Microsoft Live Search is Now Bing

    Wall Street reacted positively with a 2.11% increase on MSFT, higher than the DJIA of 0.67%. Time Warner plans to buy back the 5% Google stake in the third quarter of 2009 before it spins off . Lebron James' Shot & Google's Time sensitivity May 25...

  3. MIVA Reports $6.5 Million Second Quarter 2008 Loss

    MIVA CEO and President Peter Corrao tried to keep things in perspective for shareholders and Wall Street: MIVA, who yesterday rejected an acquisition bid from online video search engine blinkx, has posted a $6.5 million loss for the second quarter...

  4. Baidu Profits Soar 87% in Second Quarter

    Google, Microsoft and Yahoo may have disappointed Wall Street, but Baidu is proving to be a Dark Knight in this tough economy. Boosted by advertising sales in advance of the Beijing Olympics, the Chinese search engine posted an 87% jump in profits...

  5. Microsoft's 18% Growth Disappoints Wall Street

    The growth rate is not good enough for Wall Street, however, as the stock was down nearly 5% at the time of this post. Google wasn't the only one reporting second quarter revenues yesterday. Microsoft also dished, though they label the same period...

  6. 77.4% of Search Ads to Google in Q2 2008

    Google releases Q2 revenues after the closing bell on Wall Street later today. Efficient Frontier has released search advertising market data for the second quarter of 2008, and it showed Google growing 2% over Q2 2007.

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

    Paid Click Growth Slows, Declines in Q1 2008Following a less-than-luster February, paid clicks were weak across the board in the first quarter of 2008, according to comScore. Listeners on the Google conference call could virtually hear the sound of...

  8. The redundant trader

    We looked at the text of the Wall Street Journal on a daily basis and searched for emotionally charged words, such as fear, greed and anxiety, and compared their incidence against historical averages," says Lo.