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Yandex Begins Crawling JavaScript & CSS

Yandex, Russia's largest search engine, has announced (in Russian) that they, as a test, are crawling through CSS and JavaScript files.  The reason behind this is so that the search engine will better understand web pages and the content on those web pages that have been designed with more modern browsers in mind.  Right now, there [...]

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Yandex Suffers Q4 “Currency Headwinds,” Files Antitrust Complaint Against Google

As many people who follow the news, Russia is in increasingly trouble relations with the West, and their currency is in precipitous decline.  Because of this, the Russian search engine and internet company, Yandex has been caught up in the country's problems as well. Yandex announced both their Q4 and full year financial results this morning.  The company [...]

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Yandex Q2 Revs Up 32 Percent, Queries, Paid Clicks Up Too

This morning, Russia's leading search engine, Yandex, announced it's second quarter results this morning, revealing a revenue of $361.5 million (or 3.6 billion rubles), which is 32 percent higher than last year. When it comes to income, Yandex has made $1.08 billion (3.6 billion rubles), which is a 13% increase over Q2 2013.  But, the search [...]

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