Yahoo mum on Microsoft, but hints at Digg rival

Yahoo executives speaking at an online ad conference on Monday were mum on Microsoft's takeover attempt, but were quick to tease a new feature on their home page due out this week that could be their rumored competitor to social news aggregator Digg.In his first public appearance since Yahoo's board snubbed Microsoft's takeover bid, Yahoo […]

Yahoo executives speaking at an online ad conference on Monday were mum on Microsoft's takeover attempt, but were quick to tease a new feature on their home page due out this week that could be their rumored competitor to social news aggregator Digg.

In his first public appearance since Yahoo's board snubbed Microsoft's takeover bid, Yahoo Chief Executive Jerry Yang gave the keynote speech at the Interactive Advertising Bureau's annual meeting in Phoenix. Yahoo President Sue Decker came with him to talk about the company's advertising business.

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