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Yahoo goes with Google

Hours after saying that talks over a possible tie-up with Microsoft has ended, Yahoo announced a deal in which some of Google's advertisements will appear alongside search results from Yahoo's own

Coupons Inc. partners with Yahoo for mobile savings

Printable coupon marketing and technology solutions provider Coupons Inc. announced an agreement with web services giant Yahoo to enable consumers to discover and redeem coupons via mobile handsets.

Yahoo ends Microsoft talks, inks Google deal

Yahoo said Thursday that its merger discussions with Microsoft have

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Yahoo teams with 4INFO on mobile advertising

Mobile messaging services provider 4INFO will announce a mobile advertising agreement with web services giant Yahoo, reports The Wall Street Journal. Per terms of the deal, Yahoo will leverage

Microsoft proposes alternative Yahoo deal

Two weeks after abandoning takeover talks with web services giant Yahoo, Microsoft is returning

Microsoft and Yahoo: What now?

It sure feels like the Microsoft-Yahoo negotiations have been going on forever but judging by the looks of it, it seems like there

Microsoft walks away from Yahoo bid

Microsoft announced it is abandoning its bid to acquire Yahoo after the web services giant rejected its latest offer. Citing sources close to the negotiations, The New York Times reports Microsoft

Microsoft may up the ante for Yahoo

Efforts by Microsoft and Yahoo to negotiate a merger agreement have stalled, with the two companies not even talking. But Microsoft this week could raise its bid by as much as $2 to $33 a share to

Cloud computing is here to stay

You may shrug off cloud computing as the latest fad and nothing more. But you better listen up because it is here to stay. Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and a few other big vendors are investing $5