Survey: MBAs Search For Google (BusinessWeek Online)
BusinessWeek Online – In a sign of changing tastes for MBAs, search-engine giant Google (NasdaqGS:GOOG – News) has toppled consulting firm McKinsey for its perch as the most coveted place for MBAs to work in an annual study from Universum, an employer branding company. McKinsey, which placed second, had been at the top of the list for 12 years.
Would A Yahoo-Microsoft Merger Work? (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine – News of a possible Microsoft-Yahoo merger had media outlets buzzing
Friday, but despite the possible benefits of such a marriage, analysts questioned whether Microsoft and Yahoo could overcome cultural issues and produce search engine capabilities that would rival that of Google.
HD DVD/Blu-ray Decryption Key Widely Posted Online (TechWeb)
TechWeb – Despite efforts to unpublish it from search engines and other sites, the 128-bit integer that nullifies digital locks may even end up on T-shirts and in song lyrics.
Google Opens Singapore Office To Serve Southeast Asia (AFP)
AFP – Online search engine Google said Thursday it has opened an office Singapore to be closer to its customers and advertisers in southeast Asia, which boasts a market of half a billion people.
Google Links To Belgian Newspaper Content Again (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld – Google is including links again to some of Belgium’s most popular French- and German-language newspapers, although their copyright lawsuit against the U.S. search company remains pending.
Yahoo Brings Messenger To The Web (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor – Yahoo might be coming to the party a little late, but the search prince has finally shown up with a Web-based version of its instant-messaging application to compete with rivals Google and Microsoft.
Time Warner Posts Street-beating Profit (Reuters)
Reuters – Time Warner Inc. on Wednesday reported a first-quarter profit that beat Wall Street expectations, boosted by a rise in new cable video, Internet and phone subscribers and AOL advertising sales.
Reports: Microsoft Pursuing Yahoo (AP)
AP – Speculation about a possible Microsoft-Yahoo tie-up met with skepticism Friday from analysts who believe services from the two companies have too much in common.
Google, Belgian Group In Talks Over Copyright Row (Reuters)
Reuters – Google, the world’s most popular search engine, said on Thursday it had resumed providing links to Belgian newspaper Web sites after entering talks with Copiepresse, a group that defends press copyrights.
News Seekers Turning To Online Search Engines, Videos And Blogs (AFP)
AFP – US news-seekers are increasingly turning to Internet search engines, video clips and gossip-slingers to sate curiosity about current events, according to a study released Tuesday.
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