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When I look at why this is happening, I see the evolution of our strategy in front of us over and over again. We start with one thing, we learn, we iterate. That’s the hallmark of how Google operates.

Saul Hansell has an interesting NYT piece comparing and contrasting the approaches of Yahoo and Google. Niall Kennedy’s post on the international search landscape puts into context the relevance of the users table accompanying the article. Reading Google’s Q2 Earnings Conference Call transcript over on SeekingAlpha the above quotation from CEO Eric Schmidt speaks volumes.

UPDATE : Adam Lashinsky chats with Terry Semel


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  1. […] Matt McAlister’s post sharing his thoughts on the good and the bad of working at Yahoo prompted Jeremy Zawodny and Richard Crowley to join the conversation. In light of this earlier post the remarks on control and innovation were particularly insightful. Its an interesting mix of opinions given Richard is currently finishing up a three month summer internship, Matt is one year in and Jeremy has been resident for a number of years. […]

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