A New Threat to the Google Throne
The following video is part of our "Motley Fool Conversations" series, in which research analyst Lyons George and industrials editor/analyst Isaac Pino discuss topics across the investing world.
When it comes to the American online search market, one name rings clear: Google. In today's edition, Lyons and Isaac discuss why that might not be the case indefinitely. After a long stint of playing down-and-out, Yahoo!, which recently released an impressive new search program, seems better poised than ever to make a late-in-the-game comeback. And with big hitters like Apple and Microsoft rooting for it, the company that was once the last word in search might not be such an underdog after all. Watch as our Foolish analysts dive into the newest developments, and opportunities, in the tech world.
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