New York Daily News Joins Yahoo Consortium

The New York Daily News has joined Yahoo Inc.’s (YHOO) newspaper consortium partnership.

The Daily News, the country’s fifth largest newspaper, is the largest paper to join the 21 company, 400-paper consortium thus far, according to a statement form the Sunnyvale-based Yahoo.

The partnership provides access to Yahoo technology for targeting display advertising, distributing content and connecting employers with job candidates on Yahoo HotJobs.

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