Hear "Facebook," and most people will immediately think of social networking. Say "Google" and they'll think of search -- it's got its own verb, for goodness sake. If someone tells you they'll "Yahoo" that? Nothing comes to mind, does it?
That's a bad thing for the company, having announced Wednesday morning that it's considering spinning off its "core business" to make it more valuable in the eyes of investors -- and perhaps suitors as well. For consumers, that doesn't mean much right now. But such a move that would put even more pr...
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