Yahoo! Adds Metasearch to HotJobs

Not wanting to be "disintermediated" by Oodle, SimplyHired, WorkZoo, Indeed and other existing and potential classifieds aggregators, Yahoo! -- as reported on several sites -- has developed its own metasearch for jobs. As the copy on the site suggests, and…

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Keyhole Now Live on Google Maps

Tonight Google integrated Keyhole into Google Maps. Here's The Kelsey Group's corporate offices. This is a companion view; Google's high-resolution graphical mapping is still the default. Keyhole integration into Google Maps has been expected since the company was acquired late…

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Consumer Electronics Show (CES)

With the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) kicking off tomorrow in Las Vegas, Nevada we are witnessing one more example of the convergence of technology, information and entertainment. With the exit of Comdex from the scene, CES is now the place…

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YBR Sale Gets Green Light

An article yesterday on bloomberg.com reported that European antitrust regulators have given the nod to the acquisition of Yellow Brick Road by an international private equity consortium. YBR is a holding comany that includes Fonecta (Finland), Mediatel (Austria and Czech…

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Uzal Got It Right 10 Years Ago

Tom Mohr, president of Knight-Ridder Digital, added, "I sometimes don't think we have fully come to terms with the degree to which we need to undergo transformational change in order to be in a defensible position for the next five…

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Sensis Enters Online Recruitment Business

The Australian directory publisher Sensis continues its expansion into markets traditionally dominated by newspapers by entering the online recruitment advertising business. Sensis makes its move through the creation of a separate business called LinkMe, which will operate as a joint…

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TV: A Thing of the Past?

Broadcast TV as we now know it is probably done. Why? Online video will make Google, AOL, Yahoo! and others that follow suit the networks of the future and DVRs are killing/will kill ad effectiveness. The latter, plus the cost…

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