Google Loses iVillage to Yahoo

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NEW YORK Women’s Web publisher iVillage said it would replace Google’s search and contextual text advertising with rival Yahoo’s.

Beginning Sept. 1, the New York-based publisher will begin using Yahoo as its Web search engine, including advertising listings. In addition, Yahoo’s Content Match contextual text advertising will replace Google AdSense advertising on iVillage article pages.

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