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  1. Larry Page & Sergey Brin Grow Richer, Mark Zuckerberg Tumbles in Forbes 400

    Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer came in slightly lower, with $15.9 billion and in 19th place. Ballmer’s position on the list hasn’t changed since last year, though his fortune this year increased over 2011’s $13.9 billion.

  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. Last year, Filo was 356th on the list with a net worth of $1.15 billion.tie) Jerry Yang, Yahoo co-founder, $1.1 billion.

  3. Yahoo's New Era

    Does Jerry Yang get along with Steve Ballmer? Well, Yang departed and AutoDesk Chief Executive Carol Bartz has entered the fray, thereby launching a whole new level of speculations. Last year gave us non-stop entertainment and drama surrounding...

  4. 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!

  5. 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...

  6. Yahoo's Next Move

    When Microsoft has a corporate all-hands meeting, Steve Ballmer's passion and excitement is tangible. 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.

  7. SearchDay: PPC Advertising: Art or Science?

    s independent directors and management approached Steve Ballmer about just such a . The deal would have to be struck with a new board, not with Jerry Yang and his current set of cohorts. Today's Top Story

  8. Microsoft Withdraws Yahoo Offer; Yahoo Responds

    In a letter to Jerry Yang (full text below), Steve Ballmer cited Yahoo's intention to outsource search as the primary reason he decided to scotch the deal. Full text of Steve Ballmer's statement after the jump.

  9. Yahoo Earnings Beat Estimates

    After that point, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has said the gloves will come off, and Microsoft will take its case directly to shareholders in a proxy fight. Ballmer already began minimizing the importance of Yahoo's earnings before they were even...

  10. Yahoo to Microsoft: We Already Dumped You

    After Microsoft issued its ultimatum to Yahoo this weekend, giving them three more weeks before things get ugly, Yahoo's board of directors responded this morning, reminding Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer that it already rejected Microsoft's offer...