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Publicis Groupe to buy Microsoft's Razorfish

Deal for Internet ad agency includes agreement to buy display and search advertising from Microsoft for five years.

By August 9, 2009


Report: Microsoft shopping Razorfish to ad agencies

At least three top agencies have shown interest in the Redmond advertising property, according to The Wall Street Journal. Smaller ad agencies need not apply.

By July 13, 2009


Report: Microsoft to cut Razorfish loose

The tech titan is reportedly looking for a buyer for its Internet ad agency, which it acquired in 2007 as part of its $6 billion Aquantive takeover.

By June 28, 2009


Thoughts on the cloud from Razorfish

Tobias Klauter of Razorfish shares perspectives about cloud computing from a company that designs and implements high-scale Web sites.

By April 15, 2009


Razorfish co-founder offering advice again

The one-time high flier will once again be selling his expertise. But does he know anything about social networking?

By April 28, 2008


Avenue A/Razorfish announces SiLC search engine optimization tool

Avenue A/Razorfish has announced the availability of an advanced search engine optimization tool for their clients.

By July 31, 2007


Facebook working on mobile ads? Firm says nope

Marketing agency Razorfish reportedly let it slip that it has been working on a pilot program with Facebook to deliver ads to mobile users. But both companies say it ain't so.

By February 3, 2012


CNET News Daily Podcast: Firefox 3.5 about to land

Why Google blocked searches for "Michael Jackson," what to expect in Firefox 3.5, Microsoft to cut Razorfish loose, and more.

By June 29, 2009


Microsoft and WPP to swap advertising assets?

Software maker is reportedly talking to ad firm about swapping the Avenue A/Razorfish interactive advertising agency for some cash and WPP's 24/7 Open AdStream ad-serving tool, according to Advertising Age.

By August 25, 2008


Ad spending moving from portals to search, entertainment sites

Avenue A/Razorfish releases annual report on spending habits of online advertisers that explains why portals like Yahoo, Microsoft, and AOL boosted their search efforts and purchased ad networks last year.

By February 24, 2008