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Don Reisinger has crunched the numbers and found that the Google-DoubleClick deal was a bad move for the online firm. Is he right?
European regulators could give unconditional approval to Google-DoubleClick merger on March 11, Bloomberg reports.
With the Google-DoubleClick merger wrapped up, Yahoo may face even greater pressure to find itself a buyout partner, according to Wall Street analysts and investors.
Microsoft general counsel Brad Smith says Google-DoubleClick merger "will be bad for publishers, bad for advertisers, and most importantly, bad for consumers."
Commission plans to expand its probe beyond Google-DoubleClick to also review Microsoft and Yahoo bids, The Wall Street Journal is reporting.
Rep. Joe Barton voted for the Real ID Act, the Patriot Act, and warrantless surveillance. Now he's sending a letter to Google's CEO asking for details about the "privacy implications" of the Google-DoubleClick merger.
Facebook's mixed record on privacy has led some Instagram users to be less than enthusiastic about today's acquisition announcement.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Google used special code to sidestep the privacy settings in the browser and track Web users. Google says the Journal's got it wrong.
Carol Bartz's successor at Yahoo will have to deal better with Yahoo's existing ad businesses and to expand more into hot new domains on the Net.
The Justice Department has submitted a second request for information on Google's attempt to acquire Admeld, which optimizes online display ads.