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Microsoft & Yahoo Take On Google

Microsoft & Yahoo Take On Google

The 10-year agreement between Microsoft & Yahoo was a rumor for sometime, it has become a reality. The search engine Bing, owned by Microsoft, will now power Yahoo. In return, Yahoo will be better placed to compete with Google for a share of the online advertising revenue stream.

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Associated Press Cracking Down on People Using Its Content ‘for Free’

The Associated Press (AP) is not making any friends in the bloghesphere as it continues to hunt down people using any of its headlines and content without paying for it. AP is the biggest news service in the world, producing articles, photos, and video for public consumption through paid subscriptions by newspapers, radio, TV, and online broadcasters.

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California Closes Its $26 Billion Budget Gap

California Closes Its $26 Billion Budget Gap

The deal was reached late last night in Sacramento between Governor Schwarzenegger and four  key members of California’s legislative body. California has been in a budget deadlock since February following an impasse between the Democrats, the Republicans and the Governor. The Golden State was forced to issue IOUs to creditors two weeks ago. The deal […]

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Walter Cronkite, ‘The Most Trusted Man In America’ Dies at 92

For 20 years, America’s main source of news was CBS’s Walter Cronkite. Cronkite took on the powerful of any kind and reported the news. He was a real journalist, and he will be missed.

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Is The First Stimulus Package “Half a Viagra & a Bunch of Candy”?

It is at least according to Warren Buffet. He made the colorful remark yesterday in an interview with ABC. Buffet was commenting on President Obama’s $787 Billion stimulus package.

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