Yahoo! introduces BOSS – build your own search service
Surprise, surprise… The Google / Yahoo! deal is under scrutiny from the Department of Justice
Microsoft grumble about the Yahoo! / Google deal but acknowledge that they were slow off the blocks in the great search race.
Yahoo! and Google announce deal that must spell the end of any prospect of a deal with Microsoft. Yahoo CEO Jerry Yang said he expected the deal to be worth around $800m per year for the company.
Google tramples on Yahoo and MSN yet again in latest comScore findings.
Yahoo trials Google search ads in its own search results pages, as part of a limited test on Yahoo.com in the US.
Latest US figures from comScore show that there is no holding back for Google as market share grows even further at the expense of Yahoo! and Microsoft. Paid search, however, shows signs of weakness.
Attributor survey reveals that Google now has control of an estimated 69% of the online advertising market.
Yahoo! announces new programme to allow web publishers to create plug ins to control the information shown on the Yahoo! SERPS.
comScore report into search engine market share in January shows that Google is still way out in the lead. Even if Microsoft does buy Yahoo! there will be a lot of ground to make up.
Microsoft refuses to increase bid for Yahoo! Bill Gates urges the Yahoo! board to have a long hard look at the offer.
Google’s market share drops for the first time in two years, but it remains the dominant force in US online marketing.