Google Search Share Drops after Firefox Switch to Yahoo

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Google Search is already feeling the effects from the recent loss of a search deal, as a possibly larger deal emerges.
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Industry Market researcher Statcounter declares Google’s share of U.S. search traffic, excluding mobile devices, declined to 75.3% in December from 77.5% in November, once the maker of the Firefox browser made Yahoo Search the default search engine.
That’s a significant shift, given that Firefox accounted for roughly 14% of U.S. browsers in December, Statcounter says.

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