Verizon’s purchase of Yahoo makes little sense

Verizon’s purchase of Yahoo makes little sense

Verizon’s purchase of Yahoo makes little sense   Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 25 July 2016  The meeting of mismatched brands   My first question upon hearing that Verizon is paying $4.8 billion to buy Yahoo was: Why would Verizon do that? Yahoo has...
My fickle relationship with the Google Monopoly

My fickle relationship with the Google Monopoly

The Sovereign State of Google Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 21 June 2016 My fickle relationship with the Google Monopoly There is a Google monopoly. Consider this — certain brand preferences are so rooted in us that it feels natural as breathing when we...
Bing is stealing share but not enough of it.

Bing is stealing share but not enough of it.

Bing vs Google Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 9 September 2013 Bing is stealing share but not enough of it. Bing is trying I have been watching the slow emergence of Microsoft’s search engine, Bing, carefully because it seemed to me to be a losing...
Marissa Mayer aiming to make Yahoo more relevant

Marissa Mayer aiming to make Yahoo more relevant

Marissa Mayer aiming to make Yahoo more relevant Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 28 May 2013 But Marissa Mayer still faces many tough challenges For quite a while now, Google has reigned supreme as the search engine of choice. It has remained ahead of...
Yahoo has become old, and it hurts

Yahoo has become old, and it hurts

Its over Yahoo Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 15 April 2009 Yahoo has become old, and it hurts It comes as no real surprise that Yahoo is expected to announce layoffs of several hundred soon, while also trying to partner with Microsoft to increase traffic...