The search engine turned web portal did absolutely nothing to reinvent itself for its dwindling fan base in 2011. It watched Google snatch up nearly 65 percent of the market share and saw Microsoft's Bing close in fast on its 15.1 percent market share by a near .1 percent difference according to comScore’s November report. And even after making the best decision it’s made in the past three years in ousting CEO Carol Bartz, the company still saw its market share fall more than 25 percent. Things are so bad to where the company has put itself up for sale in hopes of finding a buyer. We're talking about the same company that rejected the $44 billion buyout from Microsoft back in 2008.