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  1. Yahoo's Next Move

    Say what you will about Terry Semel, but he had the chops to get people going. Jerry's Yang's announced departure from the helm at Yahoo has inspired quite a bit more speculation than the last round of search-inspired hijinks.

  2. Google's Path to Domination

    Terry Semel, Yahoo's chief executive at the time, planned to integrate all of its assets vertically and turn the focus back to the core business of search. Yahoo is just under 19 percent, MSN has about 5.5 percent, and Ask is hanging in there...

  3. Yahoo Board, Sans Semel, to Consider Microsoft Bid

    Not surprisingly, the board will be doing so without the input of former CEO and chairman Terry Semel, who stepped down as chairman last night. Semel's departure may bode well for a potential Microsoft deal, since he's been vocal in his disdain for...

  4. Paid Search Advertising Drives Microsoft Bid for Yahoo

    Terry Semel's resignation from the Yahoo board last night removes the last vestiges of his controversial reign as Yahoo's chief. The Redmond giant finally went public with a formal buyout offer because the Yahoo board (sans Semel) won't fight back.

  5. Yahoo Names New CFO

    s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Terry Semel. has made significant strides in recent months and I am looking forward to working closely with Terry and the rest of Yahoo! With Blake's appointment, we're continuing to put the right people in...

  6. Future of Search: The European View

    s CEO & President, Terry Semel, said in his recent speech at IAB Engage, the sheer number of mobile devices – an estimated 2 billion compared to 900 million PCs – means the next big area of internet growth will be among users who have never...

  7. Yahoo Rolls Out PPC Ads In Mobile Search Results

    Indeed, as Yahoo's Terry Semel and Google's Eric Schmidt have now pointed out multiple times (I'm paraphrasing), "There are more wireless devices in the world than PCs. Yahoo is launching (in beta) paid-search ads in mobile in the U.S.and expanding...