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  2. LY Corporation - Wikipedia

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    LY Corporation (LINEヤフー株式会社, Rain Yafū Kabushiki-gaisha, lit. ' Line Yahoo Corporation '), trading as LYC, is a Japanese internet company owned by A Holdings, a joint venture between SoftBank Group of Japan, and Naver Corporation of South Korea, founded in 2023 by the merger of Z Holdings, and four subsidiaries including Line Corporation and Yahoo!

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    Spades is all about bids, blinds and bags. Play Spades for free on Games.com alone or with a friend in this four player trick taking classic.

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  5. Yahoo! Inc. (1995–2017) - Wikipedia

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    Inc. [3] was an American multinational technology company headquartered in Sunnyvale, California. Yahoo was founded by Jerry Yang and David Filo in January 1994 and was incorporated on March 2, 1995. [4] [5] Yahoo was one of the pioneers of the early internet era in the 1990s. [6] Marissa Mayer, a former Google executive, served as CEO and ...

  6. AOL Search FAQs - AOL Help

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    AOL Search FAQs. AOL Search provides extensive search results along with convenient one-click access to relevant web content, including web results, images, videos, maps, and more. It offers a complete search experience by delivering a diverse range of results in a single search, eliminating the need for additional search queries.

  7. Search syndication - Wikipedia

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    Search syndication. Search syndication is a type of contextual advertising which allows online search advertisers to buy keyword-targeted traffic outside of search engine results pages. [1] This is considered to be an alternative to advertising on search engines, since 43% of all searches occur outside of the top search engines.

  8. Yahoo! - Wikipedia

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    Like many search engines and web directories, Yahoo added a web portal, putting it in competition with services including Excite, Lycos, and America Online. By 1998, Yahoo was the most popular starting point for web users, and the human-edited Yahoo Directory the most popular search engine, receiving 95 million page views per day, triple that ...

  9. Comparison of web search engines - Wikipedia

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    Comparison of web search engines. Web search engines are listed in tables below for comparison purposes. The first table lists the company behind the engine, volume and ad support and identifies the nature of the software being used as free software or proprietary software. The second and third table lists internet privacy aspects along with ...