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openx

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OpenX's strategy to 'leapfrog' the competition

By making ad serving a community affair with an open API and a plug-in framework, the open-source company could potentially put Google on its heels.

By December 18, 2008

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Google, Yahoo accused of funding piracy

The University of Southern California releases a report critical of companies whose ads end up on sites accused of pirating music and movies.

By January 2, 2013

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Samsung is getting into the mobile-ad market

Samsung will create a mobile-advertising exchange via a new partnership with OpenX, setting itself up as a potential advertising competitor to Google and Apple.

By April 3, 2012

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Open-source ad company OpenX launches platform

Ad platforms are nothing new, but OpenX already has huge reach--300 billion impressions served per month.

By April 16, 2009

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Start-up OpenX touts burgeoning ad traffic

Ad-serving software and service start-up OpenX launched its new businesses in the throes of a recession, but the company is happy about results.

By December 15, 2008

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OpenX gets a Yahoo as CEO; Yahoo demonstrates it 'gets' open source

OpenX is getting yet another Yahooligan as an executive. Yahoo gets open source, but will Microsoft get Yahoo's bug?

By April 9, 2008

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Former CEO of AOL joins OpenX as chairman

What does a little open-source ad-server business do to get noticed? Bring on board a major person from the industry.

By February 19, 2008

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Openads becomes OpenX--what's in a name?

Does the Openads name change portend great things for the company? We'll have to wait and see, says CNET Blog Network contributor Matt Asay.

By February 14, 2008

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Open source became big business in 2009

Open source has always been an important sideshow for software vendors, but in 2009 it became the main event thanks to Google.

By December 26, 2009

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Open source: The money is in the cloud

The best way to make money on free and open-source software may well be to tie it to a cloud-computing delivery strategy, according to investor Bernard Dalle.

By December 3, 2009