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Decision comes just 15 months after she poached him from rival Google

David Prosser: Yell still has a chanceto recover

Outlook On holiday a few weeks ago in a part of Britain that does not yet seem to have built any mobile phone masts, I did something I can't recall having done for years. I picked up a copy of Yellow Pages.

How the downturn can represent new business opportunities

Businesses that allocate spending to innovative campaigns stand to benefit

Apple 'may charge $1 million to display mobile ads'

Apple may charge about $1 million (£657 million) for displaying advertisements on its mobile devices, the Wall Street Journal said, citing advertisement executives.

Google to buy mobile ad network for $750 million

Google is stepping up its push to sell advertising on cell phones, announcing a deal Monday to buy a mobile ad network, AdMob, for $750 million (£449 million) in stock.

US web ad sales slip again

Internet advertising in the United States slipped 5 per cent in the second quarter as the recession extended the first slump in online marketing since 2002.

Text messages: The pests in our pockets

Beep! Day and night, junk text messages are assaulting ourmobiles. Direct marketing has never been so, well, direct. Amol Rajan investigates how our numbers are being targeted – and what we can do to stop it

<a href="http://blogs.independent.co.uk/independent/2008/11/cyberclinic-spa.html">Cyberclinic: Spam success rate? 0.000008%</a>

You might wonder why your email is clogged up with hundreds of messages informing you that your sexual potency is to be found wanting.

Big noise Kuznetsova drowns out Sharapova

Sharapova will regard it as a match she should have won

The way to promote a motorway toll road is down the information superhighway

Internet adverts are back after the dot-com crash, says Tim Webb, and this time round they are here to stay

Time to take flight from ebookers

SurfControl swims against the tide; And Thus, a real profit came to pass

Network: Web Design - Which way Web sales?

IN CASE you it escaped your attention, last week was Christmas. And the high street is not the only place that has benefited from gift- giving. The Web has posted record sales as more and more busy people went online to play Santa.

Junk mailshots hit record levels

THE AMOUNT of junk mail pouring through letter boxes has reached record levels, according to new research. Most people receive about three pieces of direct mail a week - up from two items in 1995 - and it accounts for just under half of all items received by post.

Feedback: Spam survey hard to believe

Sandra Vogel ("Costly spam that needs to be canned", 26 May) should apply some common sense before believing everything she reads in a survey, especially one which comes up with a headline-grabbing sum of money (pounds 5.3bn). She reported that 15 per cent of respondents claim to spend an hour or more each day dealing with spam (unsolicited e-mails).
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Licence to offend in the land of the free

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From farm to fork in Cornwall

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Don't believe the stereotype - or should you?

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How to make your own Easter egg: Willie Harcourt-Cooze shares his chocolate recipes

How to make your own Easter egg

Willie Harcourt-Cooze talks about his love affair with 'cacao' - and creates an Easter egg especially for The Independent on Sunday
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Bill Granger's twist on Easter Sunday lunch

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Joe Marler: 'It's the way I think the game should be played'

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