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Another Analyst Becomes A Yahoo

Lehman Brothers analyst Doug Anmuth gives Yahoo its second straight day of major Wall Street love for the Internet company’s stock.

Forbes Could Acquire Clipmarks

Forbes may soon acquire Clipmarks, a social bookmarking site.  According to one of Clipmarks’s co-founders, the deal hasn’t yet gone through, but it looks as if the two companies are getting pretty cozy.

Fake Steve Outed As Forbes’ Daniel Lyons

Remember Daniel Lyons, the guy who lambasted the blogosphere in a notorious October 2005 hit piece for Forbes? He’s been revealed as the voice of the Fake Steve Jobs blog.

SEO Spawns Reputation Management Firms

SEO services have been around a while now, but it seems the industry has gone to a new level. It’s not just about getting noticed, it’s about getting noticed right, and companies are offering guarantees that will happen in the search results.

French Channel May Join YouTube Europe

I think pretty much everyone is aware of Britain’s BBC, but France Televisions, a public national television broadcaster, may not be as well-known in America.  Now France Televisions is in talks to join the European version of YouTube, though, so perhaps its profile will rise.

Google Seeks Friendship; Newspapers Curse

Google said it wants to be “best friends” with traditional newspapers.  A newspaper executive replied (with more humor than anger), “I don’t know what the hell we’re talking about.”  That exchange should give you an idea of what took place during a panel discussion at the Newspaper Association of America’s convention in New York.

Google Seeks Friendship; Newspapers Curse
Google Seeks Friendship; Newspapers Curse
Google Seeks Friendship; Newspapers Curse

Forbes Finds SEO Red Light District
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SEO is a difficult topic for anybody new to the game. It’s proved especially difficult for Forbes, where an article about "Google Hell" had the experts shaking their heads. Not to rag too much on Forbes, the article did present an opportunity for clarification about Google’s supplemental index.

SCO Desperately Seeking Pamela Jones

Faced with what many believe is the imminent demise of their lawsuit against IBM over Linux code, SCO Group may be pursuing a ‘scorched earth’ strategy where they can drag the true identity of Groklaw’s Pamela Jones into public knowledge.

Analysts Expect Blowout GOOG Earnings

In advance of the earnings call, any bets on how high GOOG can go today on Wall Street? Analysts have high hopes, so to speak, as tipsters come rolling in with unbelievable numbers for Q4 2006.

Google China VP Poised To Jump Ship

Only last week, the president of Yahoo China resigned. Now Johnny Chou, the vice president of Google China, is making a similar move. Chou has arranged to leave the company on December 31st.

Google’s Not Stopping Click Arbitrage

Who would have though click arbitrage would be a topic worth of being covered by Forbes?

The Grinch That Taxed Christmas

If you are an avid online holiday shopper, enjoy making some purchases tax-free while you still can.

Google Seals Deal With Byte Computer

Google has just reached an agreement with Byte Computer that will have the Greek company distributing Google’s products in, um, Greece. Byte’s website is a little bare, but the company claims to have “outstanding credentials in providing innovative and cost-effective e-business solutions.”

British Airways to Offer Google Earth Vacation Views

In attempt to lure more people to book their next flight with British Airways, the airline has added Google Earth imagery to their web site, reports Forbes.

Forbes Pulls a Stupid; Bloghers Electra-fied

The first rule of Write Club is: do not anger the feminists. The second rule is: do not anger the blogosphere. And if you’re stupid enough to anger the feminists bloggers, be prepared for the beating of your life. A little evidence to back up what you’ve suspected for a long time should be saved for the poker game, not for Forbes readers.

Eurekster Sweeps Up Forbes Deal

The financial and business news site will implement Eurekster’s SwickiPublisher platform as Forbes dips a toe into social media.

Forbes Magazine Publisher Anti Network Neutrality

I don’t agree with his position, but Steve Forbes makes some good points against Network Neutrality on PodTech.net today. Catherine Girardeau (who’ll be my coworker at PodTech starting on July 6) did an awesome job interviewing Steve.

Forbes on Mashups
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What do Rachel Rosmarin and myself have in common? Well, she writes for industry-leading Forbes Magazine and I write/manage GISuser… big deal eh? [just kiddin around!]

Straight Up Site of Interest – Net Neutrality

For the newcomers out there, our monthly Straight Up Site of Interest post is designed to spotlight websites/services that thrive upon forward-thinking internet technologies.

Cashing in on Online Maps

Forbes magazine has taken a look at who’s cashing in on online mapping services (mashups).

Forbes Holding Exit Door For McNealy

Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy could be at a point where his work with Sun is complete, which makes one analyst believe the outspoken executive may depart the company.