In 2011, this publication called for the end of SantaCon, the annual flash mob featuring inebriated yahoos dressed in Christmas-themed attire inviting passers-by to "suck" their respective "nuts," etc. "This annual drunken shitshow,"...Show More Summary
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Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO) is all set to replace Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) as default search engine on Mozilla Foundations Firefox web browser. Before the introduction of Chrome browser by Google, Firefox was the most widely used browser for various reasons. Introduction of Chrome has widened the crack between Mozilla Foundations and Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL), which gave […]
In some ways, it's the inevitable outcome of Google's increased focus on Chrome and Yahoo's increased focus on getting anyone, anywhere to care about it before it runs out of money. Read the rest
Shares of Google (GOOGL) are down $4.39, or 0.8%, at $542.81, after open-source software entity Mozilla yesterday said it would replace Google’s search service with Yahoo! (YHOO) in the popular Firefox Web browser for users in the U.S. The new version of Firefox becomes available next month. Mozilla’s Chris Beard wrote in a blog post that the organization wants to [...]
Chad Dickerson says he doesn’t believe in perfect career ladders. He studied Shakespeare in college, worked as a Pizza Hut deliveryman after graduation and eventually found his way into digital jobs at companies like Yahoo and CNN. He is now the chief executive of Etsy, one of the largest and fastest-growing commerce sites on the […]
David Shaw‘s D.E. Shaw is one of the largest hedge funds in the world with more than $67 billion in Assets Under Management. Based in New York, the firm employs systematic and computer-driven methods. In the previous round of 13F filings, the fund reported an equity portfolio of $77.22 billion, up from $73.44 billion in […]
Considering that Google has been paying $300M per annum to be the default search engine of Firefox, Yahoo must have …
Right now, Google is probably on the couch wrapped in blankets with The Notebook on repeat, eyeballs deep in a trough of chocolate ice cream. Mozilla dumped Google this week after three years together, as Firefox’s default search engine, and has decided to go steady with Yahoo instead. The new couple struck a deal that Yahoo Chief Executive Marissa Mayer … [More]
Google will no longer be Firefox's default search engine in the U.S. That title goes to Yahoo! starting in December. What happens next?
John Burbank founded Passport Capital in San Francisco in 2000. Over the years, the fund managed to post great returns and currently manages close to $4 billion in assets. In its latest 13F filing, Passport revealed an equity portfolio worth $7.07 billion, up from $5.90 billion in the previous quarter. The equity portfolio is diversified, […]
Mozilla, parent company of the Firefox web browser, announced on Wednesday that they will be replacing Google as their default search engine with Yahoo. The change occurs after Google has served as the default search engine for ten years. Show More Summary
Yahoo Mail messages are about to get a sprucing up. The service is bringing back e-stationary, and this time, they're actually worthy of sending. Yahoo is teaming up with online invitation and stationary giant Paperless Post to offer...Show More Summary
Google has been the default search engine for U.S. users of Mozilla's Firefox browser for 10 years. But on Wednesday Mozilla announced that it would be swapping out Google for Yahoo Search in a five-year deal. Firefox users search the Web more than 100 billion times a year, making it the country's third most popular Internet browser. That makes […]
This month may very well prove to be the most momentous one in the history of Mozilla. Only a few days ago, I put up a post noting that Mozilla was up for renewal negotiations for its deal with Google, which has historically subsidized more than 90 percent of Mozilla's revenues, to the tune of more than $300 million per year at times. Show More Summary
The five-year alliance between Yahoo and Mozilla will end a decade-old partnership.
Yahoo has inked a deal to replace Google as the U.S. default search option in Mozilla’s Firefox browser.
Firefox has made a deal with Yahoo to make it the default search engine for the Web browser. CNET tech reporter Bridget Carey joins CBSN with more on why this is a significant partnership.
Yahoo is replacing Google as the default search engine for Mozilla's Firefox browser, the companies announced late Wednesday. With 10% of the market, it is the Internet's third most popular search engine, behind Google's Chrome and Microsoft's...Show More Summary
The deal marks the end of a decade-long partnership between Google and Mozilla