Yahoo Search Market Share Stabilizes in March, ComScore Says

Has Yahoo (YHOO) finally stopped losing share in the U.S. search market?

New data from ComScore (SCOR) shows that Yahoo had 16.9 percent of the core U.S. search market in March, up from 16.8 percent in February, but down from 20.5 percent a year ago. Yahoo’s share had dropped for the previous 13 months in a row.

Meanwhile, Google (GOOG) continued to dominate the market with 65.1 percent share, down from 65.5 percent in February, but up from 63.7 percent a year ago.

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