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Microsoft will however, still sell text-based search ads on Facebook. as well as integrate its Bing search engine into Facebook

Within the next 30 days the Microsoft banner ads will be stopped. A Facebook spokesperson would not provide details on whether the advertising deal with Microsoft entailed any revenue sharing agreement, or whether Facebook would pay Microsoft a fee for altering the deal early.

Facebook is cutting short a deal that had allowed Microsoft Corp to manage part of that business

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