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How Would You Fix Yahoo?

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On Face 2 Face, we scan the country for the developers of the most innovative and up-and-coming web sites and ask them, "How would you fix Yahoo!?"

Dylan Ratigan explains there’s currently speculation in the market that NewsCorps (NWS) might be willing to trade a piece of MySpace.com for a 25% stake in Yahoo (YHOO)!

Eric Bolling likes that deal.

Webcaller 1: Jaideep Singh is the CEO and Co-Founder, of Spock.com a search application focused on helping users find and discover people. (Spock is funded by Clearstone Venture Partners and Opus Capital Ventures.)



Dylan Rataigan asks him “How would you fix Yahoo?”

Sing replies that he thinks Yahoo! should give up on the general search and focus on category searches such as people searches.

Eric Bolling and Jeff Macke agree.

Sing also recommends that Yahoo buy MSN.

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Webcaller 2: Matt Douglas is Founder of MyPunchbowl.com, a website for planning parties.

Dylan Ratigan asks “How would you fix Yahoo?”

Douglas says Yahoo! has to figure out who they are and what they’re all about. He says they have to find a way to find a way to reach innovators and figure out the product services.

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