More Americans turning to Web for news

More Americans turning to Web for news
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Nearly 70 percent of Americans believe traditional journalism is out of touch, and nearly half are turning to the Internet to get their news, according to a new survey.[Lees verder]

Google housecleaning explains ad drop: comScore
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google Inc’s ongoing efforts to improve the effectiveness of advertisements it shows viewers is largely responsible for a sharp drop in a key ad sales measure from Web researcher comScore Incthat spooked the market earlier this week, comScore said on Friday.[Lees verder]

EBay sees growing risks to business in coming year
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Online auction leader eBay Inc warned in an annual report on Friday that it faces difficulty getting former customers to return, adding to the normal challenge of attracting new users to its sites.[Lees verder]

Ask.com not planning to scrap search: source
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Online search site Ask.com is not getting rid of its specialized search technology, a source familiar with the matter said on Friday, saying a blog report to that effect was incorrect.[Lees verder]

Judge reverses ruling in Julius Baer leak case
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – A U.S. judge on Friday reversed his earlier ruling shutting down a Web site with private bank data from Switzerland’s Julius Baer Holding AG.[Lees verder]

Baidu.com to launch an instant messaging service
(Reuters) – China’s top search engine Baidu.com Inc said it plans to launch an instant messaging service, called “Baidu Hi.”[Lees verder]

Indie labels aim to pump up digital hip-hop sales
NEW YORK (Billboard) – When rapper Flo Rida set a digital sales record with his single “Low,” which moved 470,000 copies the first week of January despite not being available on an album, it was emblematic of an intriguing trend.[Lees verder]

More Americans turning to Web for news
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Nearly 70 percent of Americans believe traditional journalism is out of touch, and nearly half are turning to the Internet to get their news, according to a new survey.[Lees verder]

Google housecleaning explains ad drop: comScore
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google Inc’s ongoing efforts to improve the effectiveness of advertisements it shows viewers is largely responsible for a sharp drop in a key ad sales measure from Web researcher comScore Incthat spooked the market earlier this week, comScore said on Friday.[Lees verder]

EBay sees growing risks to business in coming year
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Online auction leader eBay Inc warned in an annual report on Friday that it faces difficulty getting former customers to return, adding to the normal challenge of attracting new users to its sites.[Lees verder]

Ask.com not planning to scrap search: source
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Online search site Ask.com is not getting rid of its specialized search technology, a source familiar with the matter said on Friday, saying a blog report to that effect was incorrect.[Lees verder]

Judge reverses ruling in Julius Baer leak case
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – A U.S. judge on Friday reversed his earlier ruling shutting down a Web site with private bank data from Switzerland’s Julius Baer Holding AG.[Lees verder]

Baidu.com to launch an instant messaging service
(Reuters) – China’s top search engine Baidu.com Inc said it plans to launch an instant messaging service, called “Baidu Hi.”[Lees verder]

Indie labels aim to pump up digital hip-hop sales
NEW YORK (Billboard) – When rapper Flo Rida set a digital sales record with his single “Low,” which moved 470,000 copies the first week of January despite not being available on an album, it was emblematic of an intriguing trend.[Lees verder]