Highest Paid CEOs of 2013

Becoming a CEO takes hard work, dedication, and smarts, which is why they’re paid millions of dollars each year in salaries, bonuses, perks, stocks, and options. Check out the highest-paid CEOs of 2013 to get an idea of how much money they’re making.

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Yahoo’s Next Move in User Experience

When Marissa Mayer was first made CEO of Yahoo, she set a goal to “make the world’s daily habits inspiring and entertaining.” Her vision was to make Yahoo more engaging and more personalized for its users, so she has decided to shut down several small properties beginning next month.

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Battle Internet: Yahoo vs. Facebook

There’s a patent war looming among us, people. According to a recent Reuters article, Yahoo is claiming that parts of Facebook’s operation are already patented under the search engine’s name. Yahoo is claiming that some of the technologies that Facebook …

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Hijacking Search Engines Through ISPs

Reese Richman LLP, a law firm based in New York City, brought about a lawsuit that accuses several Internet service providers of affiliate fraud. The claim is that these well-known Internet service providers hijacked consumer search results to get information on affiliate traffic and income.

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The Correlation Between Web Browsers and Search Engine Loyalty

It seems as though the browser that users choose will also have an impact on the search engine that they use, too. So in that case, search engines that want to increase their number of loyal users should improve the functionality of their web browser (if they offer one). If they don’t, however, there’s still a pattern that exists that can make users loyal to a specific search engine…

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Bracing Yourself for the Bing/Yahoo Alliance

It has been a long time coming, but Microsoft and Yahoo are finally making their first step towards fully integrating their two search engines together. The companies announced that as of August 3rd, 2011, they will be launching a merged version of their search engine in Europe.

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A Staggering Giant: Yahoo’s Decline

As it continues to downgrade its operations, Yahoo struggles to stay alive in the search industry. The once great search giant has been closing offices worldwide, conducting layoffs and closing down some of its side projects, like Geocities, Zimbra and Del.icio.us.

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