Business Week writes:
"Now that the Yahoo deal is finally done, many observers seem to think Microsoft's new search business will be just like Google's--only a bit smaller. Specifically, they think that Google has 65% of the market and Microsoft will have 30%, so Microsoft's search business will basically be half the size of Google's. It won't.
Microsoft won't own 30% of the value of the US search market after the Yahoo deal. It will process 30% of queries, but it will only generate about 13% of the revenue (more like 10%, using real-world revenue-per-search stats). It will also likely still be losing money. A lot of money."