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If it happens, that’s really gonna hurt Google.
Of course, it’s not a done deal, but this Reuter’s article sure is interesting.
I think we (Microsoft) should just buy AOL – but what do I know. At least we’re trying to work out some advertising cooperation with them.
Cool! But why cant AOL use both search engines, like in a tab view, when you click search it searches through both Google and Microsoft. All you would have to do is to click on the right tab to view the results. This way both companies could benefit from AOLs search!
Good point. Good question. I don't know. Sounds like it could work. Perhaps one-or-both Microsoft and Google would prefer to have an exclusive-type deal in place.