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Yahoo’s Search Market Growth Flatlines

Yahoo’s Search Market Growth Flatlines

By Chris Crum

In November, Yahoo and Mozilla entered a partnership that made Yahoo the default search experience on Firefox, replacing Google, which had held the spot for the past decade. The deal showed some great early results for Yahoo in terms of search market share, and a month ago, StatCounter provided an ...

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