For the next five years, Yahoo will be the default search engine for Mozilla Firefox.
"Most significant partnership for Yahoo in five years"
Remember when Yahoo was your go-to search engine for browsing the web? It might be again soon, at least if you're a Firefox user. Mozilla and Yahoo just announced a five year deal to make Yahoo the web browser's default search engine, supplanting...
A long-standing partnership between Google and Mozilla Corporation, makers of the Firefox browser, ends this month. Today, Mozilla announced it has signed a new five-year deal with Yahoo.
Mozilla announced today a new five-year contract with Yahoo where Yahoo will be the default search engine in the US. That means when you open up your browser, you won't see Google search anymore. Firefox users will see a "new enhanced Yahoo Search experience" beginning in December. Show More Summary
Google Search has been the default search engine of the browser for the past years with Google paying Mozilla money for that privilege. While Mozilla put the money from the deal to good use, it made it dependent on that money at the same time. Show More Summary
Now that Mozilla’s five-year deal with Google is up, the company is making a pivotal change in the way it handles search partnerships. The company announced today that it has signed regional deals with three search providers, making Yahoo the default search engine for Firefox users in the U.S., Yandex the default in Russia, and […]
Mozilla and Yahoo today announced a five-year partnership that will see the latter’s search engine become the default in Firefox for U.S. users, displacing Google. At the same time, Firefox users will be introduced to a “new enhanced Yahoo Search experience” starting in December. Firefox’s global search default has been Google since 2004. Mozilla says […]
Mozilla has announced on its blog today that its default search engine will be changing to Yahoo for US customers. Developing…
Starting in December, Firefox will use Yahoo as its default search engine in the United States on mobile and desktop. As a part of this five-year deal, Yahoo will also launch a new search experience for Firefox users in the U.S., which should go live at the same time Firefox makes the switch away from Google. Show More Summary
A legal battle between Yahoo and the government over the Protect America Act took place in 2008, but details (forced from the government's Top Secret file folders by FISA Judge Reggie Walton) are only emerging now. A total of 1,500 pages will eventually make their way into the public domain once redactions have been applied. Show More Summary
Aaron Task did a nice video interview of famed short seller Doug Kass on Yahoo! Finance. I am waiting to pull the trigger, says Kass. Kass’s contrarian views are well known on Wall Street. Last December, he predicted that global economic...Show More Summary
Facebook is putting the kibosh on a powerful tool that political campaigns (like President Obama's in 2012) have used to reach young voters, Yahoo reports. By next April, Facebook will have completed an overhaul that prevents third-party apps from gathering information about people who use the same app. What's the...
Citi says Yahoo's Alibaba stake trades at a discount to the Chinese company's market valuation.
Native ads are one of the most important areas of investment among digital publishers and social media companies. The ads come in many different forms — a native mobile ad on the Yahoo weather app, for example, is far different from a native ad in the Facebook News Feed. Show More Summary
Two stocks, Yahoo! Inc.(NASDAQ:YHOO) and Jack in the Box Inc. (NASDAQ:JACK), were among top picks to play the year end rally. They were picked by Steve Grasso and Guy Adami respectively on the ‘Fast Money’ segment of CNBC. “If it [Yahoo! Inc.(NASDAQ:YHOO)] stays above $50, that is a trampoline. This thing could go mid 50s […]
On June 19, 2008, Yahoo lawyers appeared before the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review, a three-judge panel that convened in Providence, R.I. Yahoo wanted to contest the growing volume of requests it was getting to let federal officials monitor its users’ email and other digital communications. Not surprisingly, the court ruled against Yahoo. […]
So…. Remember our ol’ pal Anton who we featured here last month for hitting a million dollars before 27? And then it went viral on social media and other finance blogs, eventually landing him on the home page of Yahoo! Finance? Yeah, apparently he duped us. While he is a legitimate millionaire, it seems the route he got there was anything but “self-made.” Here’s what […]