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  1. Bada Bing, Bada Hoo at SES San Francisco

    Microsoft's Greg Nelson and Yahoo's Mark Morrissey recently gave interviews to Kara Swisher of AllThingsD. According to Swisher, their job "essentially is the search equivalent of herding cats. According to Hitwise, google.com had 71.31 percent of...

  2. Carol Bartz Paints Yahoo! in a Different Light

    Bartz took to the stage at the annual All Things D conference to be interviewed by Kara Swisher. Watch highlights from Kara Swisher's interview with Carol Bartz here. I found this to be an unusual pairing, as Swisher is constantly publishing rumors...

  3. Former Adobe Exec Heads to Yahoo!

    to become SVP of Applications Products, according to Kara Swisher. Former Adobe exec Bryan Lamkin has been tapped by Yahoo! Lamkin replaces Scott Dietzen, who came to Yahoo! Yahoo! Ex-Yahoo! Long Term Tech Exec to Exit Yahoo!

  4. SearchDay | Do You Know Where Your Audience Is?

    to become SVP of Applications Products, according to Kara Swisher. Lamkin replaces Scott Dietzen, who came to Yahoo! Former Adobe Exec Heads to Yahoo! Posted by Nathania Johnson Apr 28, 2009 Former Adobe exec Bryan Lamkin has been tapped by Yahoo!

  5. SearchDay | Bribing People With $50 Gift Cards: Part Deux

    AOL to Cut 10% of Its Workforce Posted by Nathania Johnson Jan 28, 2009 AOL will cut 10% of its workforce, according to Kara Swisher. I suppose one could argue the United States is in much worse shape than Yahoo, but the lack of enthusiasm I've...

  6. SearchDay | Yahoo's New Era

    AOL to Cut 10% of Its Workforce Posted by Nathania Johnson Jan 28, 2009 AOL will cut 10% of its workforce, according to Kara Swisher. Tuesday, Yahoo reported earnings for Q4 and 2008, and again search was noted as a bright spot in otherwise weak...

  7. AOL to Cut 10% of Its Workforce

    AOL will cut 10% of its workforce, according to Kara Swisher. Time Warner has been attempting to forge a merger or sale with Yahoo for nearly a year now. That amounts to 700 employees. The cuts will attempt to focus efforts in New York City, part...