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Keeping up with the (Dow) Joneses May 7, 2007 Rumblings of a Microsoft-Yahoo deal may not have panned out, but in the merger world, the pursuers and pursued are still out in force.
A force for change at Yahoo December 21, 2006 CFO Susan Decker will take on a key advertising role next year as the suddenly wobbly company looks to get back on firm ground.
How deep is the online-ad well? May 9, 2006 Everyone from Microsoft to the tiniest Silicon Alley start-up is counting on online-ad sales. Experts say they've got a huge market still to tap.
Super Bowl ads go online February 3, 2006 Companies will re-air TV ads on the Net, buying keywords and promoting Web sites to squeeze more life from superexpensive spots.
Can Yahoo do content? February 21, 2006 The Web portal's plan to become a major Internet content player is treading water, despite its Hollywood credentials.
DVD dispute burns at PC makers September 29, 2005 Dell, Hewlett-Packard assail Intel, Microsoft, which have lined up in the opposite next-generation format camp.
Digital ads tune in April 29, 2004 Traditional advertisers are trying to use ad-skipping technologies and the like to their interactive advantage and are shifting their dollars toward more "accountable" campaigns.
Big media hunts for Web cred, again August 15, 2007 Print and TV giants have been forking over the cash in a flurry of Web acquisitions, but skeptics wonder if it'll be wasted money.
Microsoft sheds light on Flash rival April 16, 2007 Looking to dethrone Adobe's Web video tool, Redmond to unveil a browser plug-in called Silverlight.Image: Microsoft's 'Silverlight' browser plug-in
Media new and old merge at CBS January 10, 2007 CBS President Les Moonves takes the CES stage to declare company's plans for riding the new content-swapping wave.
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