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Ask.com finds the answer to a strong comeback

Search engine to add more information

9:54 PM, Jan. 18, 2013
Ask.com CEO Doug Leeds is working to add information from About.com into the company's search results.
Ask.com CEO Doug Leeds is working to add information from About.com into the company's search results.
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Doug Leeds wants the folks who work for him to get "really silly."

Leeds, CEO of dot-com pioneer Ask.com, has quietly helped bring the company back from the brink by focusing on its original intention - answering questions - and allowing his employees to throw out crazy ideas during weekly improv sessions.

"One of the things that inhibited innovation was that folks wanted everything to be perfect first," he said. "We just want to get people to talk, to get every idea out, to get really silly." ...

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