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  1. Search Engine Results Chart

    Ask Jeeves For instance, the main search results at AOL come from Google's crawler-based listings, rather than from work inside AOL. AOL Search MSN Search For example, if a search at Lycos fails to find a match in information from LookSmart, then...

  2. Revisiting Search Engine Ad Breaks

    Ask Jeeves to Reduce Paid Ads covers how Ask pulled back on the ads because it found fewer ads boosted user retention -- at least in the US. AOL AOL AOL MSN MSN MSN Yahoo Yahoo The two big players -- Google and Yahoo -- have decreased the...

  3. Daily SearchCast, Feb. 21, 2006: Ask Bids Adieu To Jeeves; Google Has New China Woes; Google Confirms Traffic-Power Ban; Murder Evidence Found In Search History; Prizes For Searching At MSN & More!

    Today's search podcast covers Ask divorcing Jeeves; Google's secret beta test program for friends and family; new issues for Google in China; Google confirms Jeeves AOL Launches Test Chinese Portal Traffic-Power was banned; another murder case...

  4. When Carl Talked to Barry: Sources Say Time Warner Investor Carl Icahn Has Had Conversations with IAC/InterActive (Ask Jeeves) CEO Barry Diller

    And other sources confirm there have been discussions between Icahn's camp and IAC, the Internet company run by Barry Diller [and new owner of Ask Jeeves]. Icahn's statement added: a recent Goldman Sachs report concludes, "In contrast to the...

  5. Daily SearchCast, Jan. 19, 2006: Google Fights US Government Request For Data; Google Earth Gets Ads; People Search For A9, Google And Yahoo Earn High Satisfaction Marks & More!

    Google for search data that AOL, MSN and Yahoo released; seeing dates on cached pages; Google ads show up in Google Earth; A9 gets people search; Yahoo gets its toolbar in WordPerfect; Google Google Says No; AOL, MSN

  6. Bush Administration Demands Search Data; Google Says No; AOL, MSN & Yahoo Said Yes

    Postscript 14: Xeni Jardin over at Boing Boing has confirmation that AOL, MSN and Yahoo all received requests from the If they didn't get a request, as with Ask Jeeves, they'd say so (and probably breathe a sigh of relief that they didn't get one).