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    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg unveiled a new search feature that's designed to entice people to spend more time on his company's website and will put the world's largest online social network more squarely in competition with Google and other rivals such as Yelp and LinkedIn.

  • Google emerges from FTC probe relatively unscathed

    Google has settled a U.S. government probe into its business practices without making any major concessions on how the company runs its Internet search engine, the world's most influential gateway to digital information and commerce.

  • Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Chairman Jon Leibowitz speaks during a news conference at FTC in Washington, on Jan. 3, 2013, to announce that Google is agreeing to license certain patents to mobile phone rivals and stop a practice of including snippets from other websites in its search results as part of a settlement to end a 19-month investigation in the search leader's business practices. (Associated Press)

    Google relatively unscathed from antitrust probe

    Google has settled a U.S. government probe into its business practices without making any major concessions on how the company runs its Internet search engine, the world's most influential gateway to digital information and commerce.

  • Google emerges from FTC probe relatively unscathed

    Google has settled a U.S. government probe into its business practices without making any major concessions on how the company runs its Internet search engine, the world's most influential gateway to digital information and commerce.

  • Yelp to alert consumers on fake reviews

    Yelp says it will alert users if it suspects that a business has tried to buy fake, misleading reviews on its site.

  • Yelp shares surge as insiders hold on to stock

    Yelp's early backers apparently still have a high opinion of the online business review service, much to Wall Street's relief, after insiders at several other Internet companies dumped some of their shares at the first opportunity.

  • A look at tech companies with recent IPOs

    Groupon became the latest of the newly traded tech companies to report quarterly earnings. Zynga and Facebook reported quarterly earnings that disappointed investors, while Yelp and LinkedIn followed with stronger results. Groupon beat expectations on earnings, but disappointed investors on revenue.

  • Yelp serves restaurant reviews to Microsoft's Bing

    Yelp is feeding its online reviews of restaurants and other local merchants to Microsoft's Bing search engine in a move to compete against Zagat ratings on Google.

  • Correction: Yelp-IPO story

    In a story about Yelp Inc.'s public debut, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the stock closed 63 percent higher at $24.52. The actual closing price was $24.58, a 64 percent increase.

  • Yelp shares surge 64 percent in stock market debut

    Yelp's stock opened to five-star reviews from investors on Friday, soaring 64 percent even though the company has yet to prove it can make money from its online recommendations.

  • Yelp prices IPO at $15 a share as questions loom

    Yelp is set to make its stock market debut Friday after pricing its initial public offering above its targeted range, a sign of strong investor demand for a slice of the 8-year-old online reviews site that has yet to turn a profit.

  • Yelp shares surge 63 percent in stock market debut

    Yelp's stock opened to five-star reviews from investors on Friday, soaring 63 percent even though the company has yet to prove it can make money from its online recommendations.

  • Questions loom as Yelp looks to price IPO

    Yelp's popular online reviews guide the hungry to the best restaurants, the thirsty to the friendliest bars and the flabby to the toughest personal trainers. But, on the eve of its initial public offering, the eight-year-old, still unprofitable company has yet to convince analysts of its long-term prospects.

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