MySpace, Google reach new deal on search, add display to mix

12/17/2010 | Bloomberg · Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

MySpace has extended its agreement with Google to provide search tools and ads for the social network. Under the multiyear deal, the News Corp. unit will become part of the Google Display Network, which includes 1 million sites, and Google's DoubleClick Ad Exchange. The pact's terms were not made public.

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