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Google's (NASDAQ:GOOG) September search share bounced back to 65.3 percent one month after a slower August in which the market leader totaled 64.8 percent of the search market, according to comScore.
Yahoo (NASDAQ:YHOO) fairly plummeted to 15.5 percent from 16.3 percent for the month, during which former CEO Carol Bartz was ousted from the struggling Internet company.
Bartz was fired after failing to turn the company around following 30 months on the job. Yahoo CFO Tim Morse is the interim CEO for Yahoo, which is reportedly being shopped around after failing to revitalize itself in the face of Google, Facebook and other rivals for consumers' attention.
Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) Bing, which powers Yahoo's search on the back end, held its 14.7 percent share, failing to move the needle forward. However, Bing is one bad Yahoo month away from switching places with its partner.
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how is this anti-trust stuff going?