• http://www.seo-theory.com/ Michael Martinez

    I suppose that, given Carol Bartz’ bad leadership, had the US DOJ supported my and other people’s objections to the Yahoo!-Microsoft deal this would still have happened.  But it’s not like we didn’t try to warn the government this was a highly likely outcome.  I find it hard to imagine that Yahoo! “search” could survive in any form if it’s moved off of Yahoo!.

  • http://oscience.info/ Subash Poudel

    Yahoo is really out of business after it;s deal with Bing.
    Unless Yahoo bring some massive innovation I am sure that yahoo will have to eventually leave search business and find new niche for itself , or focus on other business it have been doing.

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  • PositOrange

    Yahoo still has a substantial amount of traffic and valuable networks its built up, so it should remain alive in some form or another. And the possibility always exists for some kind of reinvention, but I’m very skeptical about their chances for reemerging as one of the dominant figures. Yahoo had a big chance to build up some really valuable social services like Flickr and others, but they’ve been overtaken there and missed that window. So what now with Yahoo? IMO, a lot of the dead weight that should be laid off at Yahoo are a bunch of the horrible product people they have that neglected the very amazing opportunities they’ve had. But it seems with Yahoo’s patent lawsuit against Facebook, they’re basically admitting they have no ideas and no direction outside of a desperate cash grab.

  • steve70638

    It is really as if Yahoo just doesn’t want to be in business anymore.  For all the innovation in that organization these last few years, they only needed a very small staff.  What business are they in anyway?  They exited the search business being number 2 (huh?).  All they sem to have is a news portal and an email service (which both must be losing market share like crazy…see what happens when you get rid of the search business?).

  • http://oscience.info/ Subash Poudel

    why does everyone have two comment posts here?
    looks like a bug to me!