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"However, after four months of review, including discussions of various possible changes to the agreement, it’s clear that government regulators and some advertisers continue to have concerns about the agreement. Pressing ahead risked not only a protracted legal battle but also damage to relationships with valued partners. That wouldn’t have been in the long-term interests of Google or our users, so we have decided to end the agreement."
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from DazzlinDonna 1990 Days ago #
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Wow.  I wonder what becomes of Yahoo now.

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from roymitchell75 1990 Days ago #
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Do you suppose Yahoo wishes they’d have taken MS’s offer now?Can we get a pool going on when Jerry Yang will be leaving?

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from eKstreme 1990 Days ago #
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Sun should buy Yahoo!, merge it with AOL, and then MS should buy the combined thing they form, and we’ll start hoping they all go out of existence and take their crappy products with them.Come on, let competition rule the market, and might as well enjoy it.

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from Purposeinc 1990 Days ago #
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Go google. Except Tony, Go Yahoo!!!!

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from CozyKittens 1982 Days ago #
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Yang made a statement that Yahoo’s best hope is a merger with Microsoft. This after he turned down their offers and generally acted an idiot. I think the company will go out of business and be bought at a fire sale.

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