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Saturday, 3rd March 2007

More Subsidiary Lists: Amazon.com (A9), IAC/Interactive (Ask.com), Microsoft, Time Warner (AOL) & Yahoo

The other day we posted about the release of Google's 2006 annual report (10-K). Our post included a link to a part of the document that lists of all Google's subsidiaries. Since then, several people emailed RS about lists of subsidiaries from other search and search-related companies. Here are a few. We will add to this post as more reports are released.

+ Amazon.com (A9) List of Subsidiaries
Part of the 2006 annual report released on February 16, 2007. Additional Materials.

+ IAC/Interactive (Ask.com*) List of Subsidiaries
Part of the 2006 annual report released on March 1, 2007. Additional Materials.

+ List of Microsoft Subsidiaries
Part of the annual report released on August 26, 2006. Additional Materials.

+ List of Time Warner (AOL) Subsidiaries
Part of theAnnual report released on February 23, 2007. Additional Materials.

+ Yahoo Subsidiaries. Part of Yahoo's 2006 annual report which was released on February 23, 2007. Additional Materials.

* Gary is Director of Online Information Resources at Ask.com
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