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  • Carol Bartz resigns from Yahoo board

     
    Carol Bartz, the former chief executive of Yahoo, has resigned from its board of directors shortly after lashing out at the other members, calling them "doofuses." Bartz was fired last week as CEO of the Sunnyvale-based Internet company by Yahoo......
  • Google's Eric Schmidt denies 'cooking' search results

     
    Eric Schmidt: Google Inc. Chairman Eric Schmidt denied that the company cooks its search results to favor its products....
  • Google engineer goofs, tells whole world that Google doesn't get it

     
    Google Inc. has a leaked manifesto on its hands and it may be a stickier problem for Google than Brad Garlinghouse's famous "Peanut Butter" manifesto ("Change is needed and it is needed soon") was for Yahoo Inc. in 2006. In......
  • Hulu's owners terminate sale of online site

     
    Owners of Hulu have taken the pioneering online video site off the market after hoping to fetch $2 billion for the service. News Corp., the Walt Disney Co. and Providence Equity Partners issued a statement Thursday, saying they decided not to sell Hulu...
  • Yahoo, still in CEO hunt, to buy Interclick for $270 million

     
    Yahoo Inc. hasn't yet decided on a new CEO and it hasn't yet even decided what to do with itself, but on Tuesday the company did announced the decision to pay $270 million to takeover Interclick Inc....
  • Offsite audience drives latimes.com growth in November

     
    A memo to the staff from Managing Editor/Online Jimmy Orr and Senior Vice President/Digital Emily Smith: New Year’s resolution No. 1: Send monthly note out earlier (this note is for November). Yikes. But November was a great month. So let’s......
  • Yahoo founder Jerry Yang resigns

     
    In an end of an era at Yahoo, founder Jerry Yang has stepped down from the struggling Internet company's board....
  • SOPA and PIPA opponents warn the bills are not dead yet

     
    A day after a widespread Internet blackout, key opponents of SOPA and PIPA warned Thursday that the controversial online piracy bills are not dead yet and called for lawmakers to slow down and start over....
  • Facebook builds lead in display ads as its IPO approaches

     
    Facebook Inc. is extending its lead in online display advertising, which makes up the bulk of its revenue. The social networking giant’s share of the U.S. online display advertising market grew to nearly 28% for 2011, up from 21% a year earlier,...
  • Coupon use up as people look for savings

    Coupon use up as people look for savings
    The coupon is back, thanks to the recession. After almost two decades of decline, 2009 is on track to mark the first year that coupon use has increased in the U.S. since 1992. Coupon clipping for the millennium isn't just for detergent and cereal....
  • Arabic-language Internet is coming of age

    Arabic-language Internet is coming of age
    When Samih Toukan and Hussam Khoury started Maktoob.com as an Arabic e-mail service 10 years ago, they had a modest office in Amman, Jordan, and little support from friends and family who could not imagine anyone using the Internet in Arabic. "We were...