Stories by Linda Rosencrance

Google overtakes Yahoo as most-visited US Web site

The bad news just doesn't seem to end for Yahoo. As the Internet portal prepares to fend off a proxy fight by billionaire investor Carl Icahn, new research from comScore concludes that for the first time, Google has overtaken Yahoo as the most-visite...

Can Icahn take on the Yahoo board and win?

As billionaire investor Carl Icahn gears up for a proxy fight with Yahoo at its July 3 shareholders' meeting, the question is, can he win? And if he does win, will he be able to persuade Yahoo's jilted suitor, Microsoft, to reconsider its acquisition...

News Corp. not in talks with Yahoo, Microsoft, AOL

News Corp. has no plans to jump in and rescue Yahoo now that Microsoft has walked away from its US$47.5 billion takeover bid of the Internet company, News Corp.'s COO said during a mid-week earnings conference call.

Yahoo Open Strategy could be its salvation

As its stock price plummets, Yahoo's executives must do something tangible and do it quickly to prove to shareholders that fighting a takeover bid by Microsoft was the right thing to do, analysts said this week.

EBay reveals details of its lawsuit against Craigslist

EBay is accusing Craigslist's board of directors of secretly plotting to dilute eBay's investment in the online classified advertising site after the auction company developed a competing service, according to a lawsuit filed under seal by eBay last ...

Report: Antitrust regulators eye Google-Yahoo ad sharing

The US Department of Justice is trying to determine whether Yahoo's two-week test to deliver relevant Web advertising from Google alongside its own search results violates any antitrust laws, according to a Reuters news service report .

Microsoft-Yahoo: Deal or no deal?

Three weeks ago, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer threatened to launch a hostile takeover if Yahoo 's board did not accept its US$44.6 billion takeover bid.

Internet retailer sues Yahoo for $1 million

Online retailer Bigreds.com is suing Yahoo for US$1 million, alleging that it was overcharged nearly that amount because it was the victim of click fraud, according to court documents.

Survey: Online banking gets bonus from users

When it comes to using online financial services, users are more satisfied with the online experience offered by banks than by credit card or investment firms, according to a survey released Tuesday.

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