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Is Yahoo's Integration of eGroups Finished?

eGroups users have probably noticed by now that Yahoo! has acquired the company, and it is now called Yahoo! Groups. This is probably a win-win situation for the two of them. But, a question that lingers now that the integration appears to be underway is, have they finished yet?

Here are a few reasons why we ask the question:

At least two of the three observations listed above are easily fixed. It's also not clear if there is any demand for consolidation of Yahoo! Clubs and Yahoo! Groups. But, it strikes us as strange that the integration of eGroups has been done in a way that seems unfinished. This is not the way Yahoo! typically does business, in our opinion.

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