Friday, November 10, 2006 becoming the search engine that could

CNET "The butler is dead, the name has been tweaked, but executives at would like to remind the world that they are still very much in business.
In fact, they're actually doing pretty well these days.
'We certainly are the underdog. We're certainly living in a Google world,' Chief Executive Jim Lanzone said. 'But Ask is anything but small compared to the rest of the Web. We're the fourth-ranked search engine and one of the top 10 Web properties.'
Just this week, the portal Lycos announced that it had chosen to replace Microsoft for its natural search listings and Google for sponsored listings. "

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