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  1. Microsoft CEO: We've Got Siri Beat, Bing vs Google = Draw

    Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer took the stage at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco for the first time in three years to talk Bing vs. While acknowledging the value of their alliance, Ballmer noted they Microsoft had been “lucky” their bid to buy...

  2. Mark Zuckerberg Now Richer Than Larry Page & Sergey Brin on Forbes 400

    Steve Ballmer, Microsoft CEO, $13.9 billion. Last year, Ballmer was 16th on the list, with a net worth of $13.1 billion. Other familiar names of note on the Forbes 400 list include Apple’s Steve Jobs (39th, $7 billion) and Reid Hoffman, LinkedIn co...

  3. It's Official: Microsoft and Yahoo! Finally Strike Search Deal

    Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer hopes that combining the resources of the #2 and #3 search engines will help innovation, which he says is needed to steal share from Google. With our new Bing search platform, we've created breakthrough innovation and...

  4. SearchDay | Microsoft Live Search is Now Bing

    Microsoft Live Search is Now Bing Posted by Kevin Newcomb May 28, 2009 Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer today drew back the curtain on the new incarnation of Live Search: Bing. Here's how the media and blogosphere reacted: First, here's a summary of...

  5. Microsoft Live Search is Now Bing

    Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer today drew back the curtain on the new incarnation of Live Search: Bing. Speaking at the D7 Conference in San Diego, Ballmer launched Microsoft's new Search brand, formerly code-named "Kumo.

  6. In Search Race, Ballmer Seeks More Eyeballs

    Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer just can't get away from questions about going after Yahoo - again. So when Ballmer recently said that any deal with Yahoo! Ever since Ballmer declared that Microsoft is moving on last July, he's never wavered from that...

  7. 50 Most Memorable Moments in Search for 2008

    turned the initial offer down, endured an "ultimatum" from Steve Ballmer, was rumored to have rejected an increased offer of $33 a share, and neglected to negotiate selling off just the search portion of Yahoo!

  8. SearchDay | Paid Links: A Black Hat/White Hat Discussion

    Ivory is smart to call for only selling search to Microsoft, as Steve Ballmer has repeatedly made clear that he's no longer interested in buying the whole enchilada. Jerry Yang's Casual Note To Employees Thrown Overboard Posted by Frank Watson Dec...