According to a report from Reuters, Microsoft and Yahoo are extending the deadline to renegotiate the terms of a search partnership that was formed in back in 2010. The deal was signed for 10 years, with at opportunity to renegotiate terms after the 5 year mark. The two companies can either make changes to the terms originally agreed on, or terminate the partnership. The negotiations have already exceeded 30 days, but the two companies have agreed to extend the deadline another 30 days. Yahoo stated it values the partnership with Microsoft and will continue discussions, while Microsoft declined to comment. […]The post Microsoft, Yahoo to Renegotiate Terms of Search Partnership by @mattsouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.