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Yahoo Slaps Fresh Coat of Gloss on Microsoft Deal Defense

Continuing its campaign to keep its current board of directors in place ahead of its shareholder meeting, Yahoo had made public a detailed presentation that it says makes it clear why the alternative slate proposed by Carl Icahn is wrong for the Web portal ...

French Court Stings eBay With $63M Judgment Over Knockoff Sales

A French court has ordered eBay to pay US$63 million in fines in a lawsuit that alleged the auction company didn't do enough to prevent fake versions of high-end goods from being sold by its members ...

New Auto Loan Leads Marketplace Shifts Into Drive

Online sales lead exchange Reply.com launched a new automotive finance leads marketplace Monday, partnering with the Detroit Trading Company to help create what the company says will be the largest repository of consumers interested in securing car loans ...

Sony Ericsson Preps Investors for Gloomy Q2

Sony Ericsson, the world's fifth-largest maker of mobile phones, warned Friday that its second-quarter profit and sales figures would miss forecasts due to a combination of lower demand for higher-profit handsets and product delays ...

Bill Gates – Boy Genius, Corporate Villain, Global Giver – Has Left the Building

In many ways, Monday will be like any other day at the Redmond, Wash., headquarters of the world's largest software maker. Microsoft workers will still come to work to tackle the same array of technological and business challenges facing the company ...

MySpace, NBC Hold Citizen Journalist Cattle Call for Convention Gigs

In a bid to tap into the citizen journalism movement and emphasize the interactive possibilities of social media, MySpace will team with NBC News and MSNBC.com to offer two of its millions of users the chance to attend and cover this summer's national political conventions ...

Yahoo Makes Its Case to Shareholders

Seeking to reassure investors, many of whom are still stinging from the decision to walk away from a deal with Microsoft, Yahoo is laying out its case for partnering with Google instead of taking billions from the software maker ...

Charter Scraps User-Tracking Plan After Privacy Flap

Cable and high-speed Internet service provider Charter Communications will not move forward with plans to test a service that automatically targets users with advertising based on their online surfing activity after it sparked privacy concerns. ...

Keeping an E-Commerce Site Cooking

The phone of Steve Bozzo, the chief information officer at 1-800-Flowers.com, does occasionally ring in the middle of the night. If all goes as planned, however, the site's customers never know about it ...

Oracle Bolsters Insurance Vertical Cred With Skywire Buy

Oracle has reached an agreement to buy Skywire, a firm that makes software for the insurance business, as the database and applications giant continues to build out its menu of industry-specific tools ...

eBay Puffs Up PayPal With Fraud Protection Upgrade

In its latest effort to increase user confidence in its e-commerce platform -- and to boost use of its PayPal payment service -- eBay will offer full protection against fraud to purchases made with PayPal ...

House Votes to Shield Telecoms From Eavesdropping Charges

Lawmakers have crafted a compromise on a bill that would extend controversial eavesdropping legislation and add provisions meant to protect telecommunications companies from private lawsuits, including several already under way ...

Doctors Fail to Cough Up Cash for Electronic Patient Record Systems

The vast majority of doctors aren't taking advantage of electronic medical records, with many citing the cost of adoption as a significant impediment, according to a new study that also suggests the tipping point toward broader adoption may be on the horizon ...

China May Swing Antitrust Hammer at Microsoft

China's State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) is reportedly paving the way for software firms in that country to sue Microsoft for its business practices. However, the agency has denied that it is undertaking an investigation, according to reports. ...

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Avail Intelligence CEO Rolf Elmer on Bridging the Advertising-Merchandising Gap

Many e-commerce companies have boosted their fortunes by expanding their markets beyond the United States. Avail Intelligence is hoping to help such merchants boost profits and sales by doing the reverse -- expanding from Europe into the United States ...

VC Funding Propels LinkedIn Value to $1B Mark

In a reminder that investors remain hungry for chances to back social networking firms, LinkedIn announced it has closed a fourth round of funding worth US$53 million ...

AP Wants to School Bloggers on Copyright Law

Seeking to protect its own business model, The Associated Press is hoping to clarify what constitutes fair use of the content is publishes online, with plans to lay out guidelines for bloggers on how much content they can quote ...

XM, Sirius in Orbit Over FCC Chair’s Nod

The long-awaited merger of XM Satellite Radio and Sirius Satellite Radio may be on the cusp of winning approval, with the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission now saying he is on board with letting it go forward ...

Obama Launches Pre-Emptive Strike Against Internet Smear Campaigns

Hoping to blunt the impact of an expected torrent of negative campaigning, the presidential campaign of presumptive Democratic nominee Barack Obama has launched a Web site dedicated to dispelling rumors and myths about him ...

Microsoft Talks Sputter and Die, Yahoo Hitches Ride With Google

Talks have officially broken down between Yahoo and Microsoft over a potential merger. Instead, Yahoo has struck a partnership to have Google handle some of its search advertising sales ...

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