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Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang is leaving the struggling internet company, as it tries to revive its revenue growth and win over disgruntled shareholders under a new leader.

Stephen Foley: Has LinkedIn become an unlikely safe haven?

US Outlook: The guys behind LinkedIn are fleet of foot. The social networking site made its sensational stock market debut in May, when bulls chased the stock to double the float price. Quick as a flash, Jeff Weiner has changed the firm's pitch to appeal to the bears that have been in charge this past week.

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A stunning teaser can make a mediocre film look like a classic, but what are the vital ingredients when making one? David Crookes finds out why a pop song can be just as key as a classy voiceover

The mavericks who won't sell their souls – or films

Clerks director Kevin Smith hired the cinemas himself to show his latest movie. He's not the only rebel, says James Mottram

NI tries to curb advertising exodus at remaining papers

News International has sent letters to some of its largest advertisers to prevent an exodus to rival publications, some of whom have this week claimed a large rise in sales following the closure of the News of the World.

Adrian Hamilton: Baying for Murdoch's blood will serve no good

He has never been all-powerful, nor has he seen himself as such. Governments have always had the option to say no to him

The silent snoop on your computer

Designed to speed up and enhance the internet experience, web markers known as 'cookies' make a mockery of our privacy. Every web user needs to understand (and control) these insidious cyber-spies, says <b>Stephen Foley</b>

Leading article: No escape from Sir Martin's watchful eyes

When you make your next purchase online, Sir Martin Sorrell will probably get to learn of it. The Briton who heads the world's biggest advertising group, WPP, yesterday launched a new company, Xaxis, which will preside over the "world's largest database" of 500 million personal profiles, based on such things as the individual's choice in websites and purchases made online. Xaxis will track "almost 100 per cent of the UK population".

Mobile networks team up over 'wave and pay'

The rise of UK shoppers paying for goods with a wave of their mobile phones is set to accelerate after the three largest operators teamed up to launch a mobile commerce venture.

Ofcom kicks off inquiry into &#163;4bn ad market

The media watchdog has kicked off its investigation into the £4bn-a-year television advertising industry over fears it could be anti-competitive.

Targeted advertising set to 'transform' television

With television viewers fast approaching the day when they will receive tailored adverts selected for them according to their viewing habits, post codes and type of household, Laura Desmond is at the forefront of this advertising revolution.

Yahoo pins its hopes on new online hybrid for advertising

Yahoo is gauging advertisers' interest for a new kind of online ad – a hybrid of search and display advertising – which it hopes could help boost the fortunes of its perennially disappointing search business.

Bill backs ban on TV alcohol advertising

Britain should follow France by banning alcohol advertising to children, a report says today.

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