Tech trade group whose members include Eric Schmidt and Marissa Mayer sends letter to House Intelligence panel commending its work on the controversial bill and expressing interest in added privacy protections.
Google says immediate compliance with Chevron's request is "simply unreasonable." Oil company says e-mail data will show plaintiff's attorneys in environmental case were "falsifying evidence."
The three companies will cross-sell each other's ads, supposedly to "reduce friction in the marketplace."
Redmond's AdCenter is now powering paid search results for Yahoo and its partners in the U.S. and Canada. Next up, the shift for mobile and international sites.
With the blessing of U.S. and European regulators, Yahoo and Microsoft are free to implement their search partnership. What's in store for users and advertisers?
It's not over until the U.S. government says so, but Yahoo and Microsoft have finalized their agreement to install Microsoft as the search provider on Yahoo's network of sites.
In a regulatory filing on Wednesday, Yahoo says the companies have agreed to extend the deadline by which they will have a definitive agreement.
Under the pact, Microsoft's technology will power Yahoo's search results, while Yahoo will handle ad-selling duties for both companies' search sites.
Although Yahoo and Microsoft have continued to talk, any search tie-up is unlikely to come this week, according to a source.
Activist investor who played a central role in last year's acquisition negotiations between the companies says he wants to see a search partnership.