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SES – Lee’s Day 2 Wrap Up
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SES – Jim Lanzone Keynote

Day 2 of Search Engine Strategies San Jose 2007 began with keynote conversation between Ask.com CEO Jim Lanzone and SES co-chair Chris Sherman.

SES – Keynote: Ask.com CEO Jim Lanzone
Tuesday’s SES’s keynote was with Jim Lanzone of Ask. He talked briefly about the past, present and future of Ask.com.

SES: Ask-ing Jim Lanzone About Search

SES San Jose co-chair Chris Sherman took Ask.com CEO Jim Lanzone on a little question and answer journey for the morning conference keynote.

Lanzone, Mayer To Keynote SES San Jose

Ask.com CEO Jim Lanzone and Google VP of Search Products & User Experience Marissa Mayer will be the featured keynote speakers at next week’s SES San Jose conference.

The Future of Ask.com

ZDNet’s Donna Bogatin has an interesting interview up with Ask.com CEO, Jim Lanzone. She asks some probing questions, and Jim shares some interesting morsels.

Ask.com CEO: We Have Best Special Sauce

Jim Lanzone, CEO of Ask.com, recently made some interesting comments to The Guardian’s Kate Bulkley. Lanzone talked about the current state of affairs at Ask, and also spoke about the company’s future. He deserves credit for not giving typical responses that have obviously been polished by the PR department.

CEO Of CIA VC Firm Resigns

In-Q-Tel, a venture capital company associated with the CIA and other components of the espionage world, saw its CEO Amit Yoran resign after just four months on the job.

IAC Asks Lanzone To Be CEO

Ask.com senior VP and general manager Jim Lanzone has been tapped to take over the big office at the search engine now that erstwhile CEO Steve Berkowitz has bailed out of the company in favor of David Cole’s old MSN position at Microsoft.

John Battelle Chats to Ask’s Jim Lanzone

I can describe Ask’s Jim Lanzone with just two phrases:

It’s Official: Ask Jeeves Buys Bloglines

Susan Mernit has more hard details on Ask Jeeves’ aquisition of Bloglines, including this quote from an Ask exec…

Ask Jeeves Strips Down For Users

Making sure they don’t miss out on the April 1st fun, Ask Jeeves has “revealed” itself to users. Appearing in a wife-beater and boxers, Jeeves is having what is referred to as a “wardrobe malfunction”.