Yahoo names executive to combat online ad fraud

Yahoo names executive to combat online ad fraud
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc. has named a senior executive to lead the company’s efforts to combat click fraud in its Web search advertising business, the company said on Wednesday, in a bid to reassure advertisers.[Lees verder]

Borders to reopen Web site; sell/close stores: report
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Borders Group Inc. on Thursday plans to announce its intention to reopen its own branded e-commerce Web site in early 2008, ending an alliance with Amazon.com Inc. that had been the core of its online strategy, The Wall Street Journal reported.[Lees verder]

New site aims to be the YouTube of gaming
LOS ANGELES, March 22 (Reuters) – When video game maker Jim Greer approached Silicon Valley investors to give him nearly $1 million for his start-up. he had an irresistible pitch: “It’s video games meets YouTube.”[Lees verder]

NBC rebooting Web plans, media player
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – NBC is taking its “TV 360” approach for another spin. The network will announce a broad set of bold changes to its Internet strategy during its annual program development presentation to advertisers Thursday.[Lees verder]

Microsoft says finds no Xbox Live security breach
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp. said on Wednesday it found no evidence of a security breach on Bungie.net or its Xbox Live online video game network following reports of fraudulent behavior and theft.[Lees verder]

Video war erupts between Clinton, Obama backers
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Ten months before the first 2008 U.S. presidential primary, a video war has erupted between supporters of Democratic Sens. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama, their opening skirmish on the new campaign battleground — the Internet.[Lees verder]

Google share gains quicken in U.S. search market
SAN MATEO, California (Reuters) – Web search leader Google Inc. showed a marked acceleration in U.S. market share gains in February, online audience measurement firm comScore Networks said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Elton John to put entire music catalog online
LONDON (Reuters) – More than 30 albums from Elton John will be made available for digital download later this month, the singer said on Wednesday, marking the first time his whole catalog of more than 400 tracks will go online.[Lees verder]

Yahoo names executive to combat online ad fraud
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc. has named a senior executive to lead the company’s efforts to combat click fraud in its Web search advertising business, the company said on Wednesday, in a bid to reassure advertisers.[Lees verder]

Borders to reopen Web site; sell/close stores: report
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Borders Group Inc. on Thursday plans to announce its intention to reopen its own branded e-commerce Web site in early 2008, ending an alliance with Amazon.com Inc. that had been the core of its online strategy, The Wall Street Journal reported.[Lees verder]

New site aims to be the YouTube of gaming
LOS ANGELES, March 22 (Reuters) – When video game maker Jim Greer approached Silicon Valley investors to give him nearly $1 million for his start-up. he had an irresistible pitch: “It’s video games meets YouTube.”[Lees verder]

NBC rebooting Web plans, media player
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – NBC is taking its “TV 360” approach for another spin. The network will announce a broad set of bold changes to its Internet strategy during its annual program development presentation to advertisers Thursday.[Lees verder]

Microsoft says finds no Xbox Live security breach
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp. said on Wednesday it found no evidence of a security breach on Bungie.net or its Xbox Live online video game network following reports of fraudulent behavior and theft.[Lees verder]

Video war erupts between Clinton, Obama backers
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Ten months before the first 2008 U.S. presidential primary, a video war has erupted between supporters of Democratic Sens. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama, their opening skirmish on the new campaign battleground — the Internet.[Lees verder]

Google share gains quicken in U.S. search market
SAN MATEO, California (Reuters) – Web search leader Google Inc. showed a marked acceleration in U.S. market share gains in February, online audience measurement firm comScore Networks said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Elton John to put entire music catalog online
LONDON (Reuters) – More than 30 albums from Elton John will be made available for digital download later this month, the singer said on Wednesday, marking the first time his whole catalog of more than 400 tracks will go online.[Lees verder]