In this Dec. 1, 2010 photo, a sign outside Yahoo Inc. headquarters in Sunnyvale, Calif. is shown. Yahoo is preparing to lay off between 600 and 700 workers in the latest shake-up triggered by the Internet company's lackluster growth. …
NEW YORK - It's been a while, but in the world of Web site pages, David has again beaten Goliath.
Last month, more Americans checked out Yahoo's Web sites than those of Google.
The data from comScore Incorporated says that's the first time that has happened in more than two years.
ComScore says Yahoo's sites saw 196.6 million unique U.S. visitors last month, while Google's sites had 192.3 million.
The last time Yahoo was ahead of Google was in May 2011.
While it's a win for Yahoo, it doesn't translate to a financial advantage. Yahoo remains far behind Google in making money from the people who visit its Web sites.
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