Report: Google, Yahoo Revise Search Advertising Deal

Google and Yahoo have made major concessions in their proposed search advertising deal in hopes of getting the Justice Department to go along with it, according to a Wall Street Journal story. People

Google and Yahoo have made major concessions in their proposed search advertising deal in hopes of getting the Justice Department to go along with it, according to a Wall Street Journal story. People “familiar with the matter” say the new proposal, submitted over the weekend, shortens the term of the deal from 10 years to two years and places a limit on the revenue Yahoo can generate from Google to 25% of Yahoo’s search revenue. Also, Google advertisers can opt not to have their ads shown on Yahoo. (UPDATED with more analysis below.)

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