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Yahoo to Add Real-Time Search Results

Yahoo is expected to this week to begin showing a portion of its users search results that are ranked by their popularity with Internet users in real-time, under a deal with start-up OneRiot.

 

Yahoo's Humongous New HQ

Yahoo's Humongous New HQ

In the next few years, Yahoo wants to build a huge new campus in Santa Clara, California. Marketwatch broke the story yesterday. Since then, we've landed photos and video of the proposed project.

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Yahoo proposed the project at a May 5 Santa Clara city council meeting.

 

Job cuts help Yahoo profits surge

Job cuts help Yahoo profits surge

Internet giant Yahoo sees its third quarter profits more than treble - despite sales falling by about 12% - as it slashed costs.

 

Corner Office: Imagining a World of No Annual Reviews

Carol Bartz, the chief executive of Yahoo, says that immediate feedback is important for employees.

 

Did Bing's Growth Spurt Come to a Halt in September?

Did Bing's Growth Spurt Come to a Halt in September?

After months of slow but steady increases in its market share, Bing's share of the search market in the US and globally fell for the first time in September.

 

Yahoo Gets With The Program, Play Videos In Search Result

There's always been a tension in search between organizing information for users and getting out of the way so they can get to ...

 

What Does Google's High Customer Satisfaction Rating Mean for Bing?

According to the results of a new survey by the American Consumer Satisfaction Index, Google's users are extremely happy with their search engine. Google scored 86 points out of a possible 100, followed by Yahoo with 77 points.

 

Google Loses Search Market Share … to Yahoo?!

A week and a half ago, we highlighted numbers from StatCounter that demonstrated that Google was losing market share to Bing. This made sense: Bing is a new search engine with heavy marketing and compelling features.

 

Facebook Is Now the Fourth Largest Site In The World

Facebook Is Now the Fourth Largest Site In The World

The global rise of Facebook is nothing less than astounding. In the month of June alone it gained 24 million unique visitors worldwide, compared to the month before, for a total of 340 million unique visitors worldwide. It is now the fourth largest site in the world, trailing only Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo sites, according to comScore (see table below).

 

Google search share drops as Bing gains momentum

Google search share drops as Bing gains momentum

Bing's share of the search market grew another percentage point in July, indicating that some of those initial users may be sticking around for the long haul.

 

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