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Yahoo Eyes Changes To Microsoft Deal, Wants Apple Deal

Yahoo Eyes Changes To Microsoft Deal, Wants Apple Deal

By Chris Crum

Yahoo reported its Q4 earnings on Tuesday, and posted GAAP search revenue of $467 million for the fourth quarter, up 1% from the same period last year. It was $1,793 million for the full year, up 3% from $1,742 million for 2013. Search revenue ex-TAC was $462 million for the ...

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