Showing posts with label Yahoo. Show all posts
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Thursday, November 27, 2008

Microsoft, Google, Yahoo! and Free Speech


Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT), Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) and Yahoo! (NASDAQ: YHOO) have decided to turn themselves into champions of free speech. In turn, they are likely to lose a lot of business. Reports bloggingstocks.com

According to The Wall Street Journal, the companies "have agreed to a common set of principles for how to do business in nations that restrict free speech and expression, as the companies seek to combat criticism that they have helped enable censorship in those countries." Absent from the deal are all of the major local search engines in nations that might be viewed as "oppressive" when it comes to open speech rights.

Mr. Douglas McIntyre, an Anther in BloggingStocks.com also wrote:

The news is a fine example of companies attempting to do good while hurting their shareholders. While the three big U.S. search companies champion U.S. values with rules, companies like Baidu (NASDAQ: BIDU) in China and Yandex in Russia will continue to expand their market share by playing ball with officials. What government that wants to support censorship is going to let "holier than thou" U.S. companies get more access to their markets?

U.S. search engines do well, to the extent that they can, in markets that are repressive because they offer some outside access to information even if their results are often censored. Pushing "free speech" rules in the face of local officials is hardly a way to keep whatever access they have to citizens in these nations. And it loses them market share and money. It is, in short, a waste.


Let's see, how this Internet Search Giants Fight for Free Speech or They want to work on the view of business!

Saturday, November 1, 2008

Google May Scrap Yahoo-Google Combined Search Deal


On Nov 1st, 2008 2:06 PM BdNews24.Com Reports that Google Inc may decide to scrap its proposed partnership with Yahoo Inc rather than accept government-imposed antitrust restrictions on it, according to two sources familiar with the companies' discussions.

"Are they more serious about walking away? Yes. Have they decided? I'm not sure," one source told Reuters on Friday.

"Yahoo wants the deal, and they're willing to have Google sign anything at the Justice Department to have them do it," said the source.

A second source said that Google and Yahoo, Nos. 1 and 2 in the Internet search market, could announce as early as Friday that the deal had fallen apart.

Google and Yahoo representatives could not be immediately reached for comment.

Google and Yahoo delayed implementing the partnership announced in June to allow the U.S. Justice Department to scrutinize it for antitrust issues. Between them, Google and Yahoo had more than 80 percent of the web search market in August, according to comScore Inc.

The deal, which would allow Google to sell advertising for some of Yahoo's online advertising space, has drawn fierce criticism from advertisers, who fear higher prices.

Part of the impetus of Google's walking away could be Yahoo's talks with Time Warner Inc about buying the content and advertising operations of its AOL unit. Google initially struck the deal with Yahoo as a way to fend off Microsoft Corp's unsolicited bid.

Yahoo and AOL are conducting due diligence to see what a combined company would look like, another source previously told Reuters.

By collecting the revenue from placing Google ads along its search results, Yahoo's cash flow could grow by $250 million to $450 million in the first year of the deal, the companies had said in June.

The deal has since been mired in the regulatory process. In September, the Justice Department hired Sandy Litvack, its former antitrust chief and Walt Disney Co's former vice chairman, to consult on its probe of the search deal.

October 2008 Web Server Survey Result Published by Netcraft.Com


Survey of Web Server by Netcraft.Com has Done and they published their monthly Web Server Survey Result. In their monthly publication they reports:


In the October 2008 survey we received responses from 182,226,259 sites, which reflects growth of 948 thousand since last month.

Apache once again shows the largest growth, gaining 463 thousand sites this month. ThePlanet.com gains 1.3 million sites this month — nearly all of which are running on Apache — but this includes a large number of 'link farm' sites that use .pl domains to propagate search terms using pornographic phrases.


Although in their survey result telling the success of Apache in total gain, in market share option Apache loses about '0.01%' market share from September 2008. In this result, different Microsoft web server product gain for '0.04%' in Total Web Server Market Share. Other then Apache and Microsoft, different Google product gain about '0.20%' higher then September 2008 with Total 10,487,607 hosts and 5.76% of total Web Server Market Share.

Full October 2008 Web Server Survey Result can be found Here

Saturday, February 2, 2008

Microsoft buy Yahoo cost 44.6 billion USD



Microsoft wants spend 44.6 Billion to buy Yahoo Inc.
In other way, Microsoft is now owner of Yahoo Inc!
Or we can say, By selling Yahoo to Microsoft for 44.6 Billion USD, Yahoo just import the 'FATAL ERROR' on Homepage...LOL


What a news! I just got to know that Microsoft offer 44.6 Billion USD to buy Yahoo Inc. I am not sure that Yahoo Inc accept the offer of 44.6 Billion USD. The amount offered by Microsoft is double of Yahoo's current market price.

We know, for a long time, Microsoft is helping Yahoo in several way. Microsoft Corporation and Yahoo Inc has a good internal relation to competition with Internet leader 'Google Inc'. But Google is Google...

I have just started this issue and will keep updating time to time. You are welcome to post comment(s) on this issue. At this moment I am busy with an URGENT work on my network and can't continue writing this issue. Will comeback after my job done.

Mean time, you can visit Cnet News on:

http://www.news.com/Microsoft-bids-44.6-billion-for-Yahoo/2100-1014_3-6228705.html?tag=nefd.lede

to get interesting information regarding Yahoo and Microsoft.

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