Thursday, August 10, 2006

Google pledges $900 million for MySpace honors

CNET "Google has won a highly prized deal with to serve Web search and advertising listings to the nearly 100 million members of the News Corp.-owned social network, besting rival Yahoo in the bid.
On Monday, MySpace parent company Fox Interactive Media said it had entered into a pact with Google that spans three years and nine months and gives the search giant exclusive rights to provide Web search results and sponsored links across MySpace. Google also will power search and ads for other Fox Interactive properties including and FoxSports, which is aligned with Microsoft's MSN, is not part of the deal. "

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