Facebook Denies That It’s In Talks For A New Search Partnership With Yahoo (Or Anyone Else)
After lots of speculation and argument yesterday about whether Facebook is discussing a search partnership with Yahoo, Facebook just sent me a brief statement denying that such talks are actually taking place. Here's the full statement: "People expect a better search experience on Facebook. We are working on improvements to better meet those expectations but are not in talks to enter into a new search partnership."
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After lots of speculation and argument yesterday about whether Facebook is discussing a search partnership with Yahoo, Facebook just sent me a brief statement denying that such talks are actually taking place.

Here’s the full statement:

People expect a better search experience on Facebook. We are working on improvements to better meet those expectations but are not in talks to enter into a new search partnership.

That doesn’t mean that Yahoo and Facebook executives aren’t talking, or that we won’t see further integration between the two companies, but the statement does seem to rule out the big partnership that the Telegraph was talking about. (You know, the one that could “reorder the hierarchy of the world’s biggest technology companies.”) Perhaps those “Yahoo insiders” allowed themselves to get a little too excited.



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