Google, Yahoo Make Ad-Deal Concessions

Nov 3, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Google and Yahoo amended their advertising partnership to shrink the scale of the agreement, a move aimed to appease regulators concerned about antitrust violations, the Associated Press says, citing people familiar with the process. The two Internet giants shortened the length of the deal while limiting Yahoo’s search-advertising revenue from Google, among other concessions, the wire service reports.
—Danny King

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