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Verizon may announce Yahoo buy for $5 billion later today


Although a number of organisations, companies and entities have been vying to buy up long-term online property, Yahoo, the latest rumour suggests that Verizon is the clear front runner. So much so in-fact, that a deal may be announced later today, with a suggested purchase price of around $5 billion. …

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Yahoo investor goes rogue, wants to take over the company

A major investor of search and advertising giant Yahoo, has announced its intention to take control of the company through dominating the board of directors. To make that happen, it's put forward nine candidates and has asked fellow investment firms to join with it and help those members get elected, effectively …

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Yahoo grows Tumblr audience by 40 per cent

Often times when it comes to social networks and online communities, the big ones people talk about are Facebook, Twitter and Reddit and yet there are others out there with many, many millions of users that are growing at an impressive rate. Tumblr is one of them and considering Yahoo …

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Yahoo might buy Tumblr

When the name Yahoo pops up I have to do a double take, because I always forget it still exists. Every time someone emails me from a @yahoo.com account or there's some talk of the company doing something, business like, I'm reminded that it's still around and not only that, …

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Yahoo’s Marissa Mayer speaks out about Maps problems

Yahoo's CEO Marissa Mayer has spoken out publicly for the first time since taking over the company. She is one of the most powerful women in the industry and her views are always heard worldwide. Jon Fortt reported on her speech saying “No bombshells from Mayer, but she did talk …

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Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer to get $60 million+

Yahoo have said in a regulatory filing that the new CEO Marissa Mayer could be earning close to $60 million to turn the company around. The giant salary includes stock options, equity grants, a payment for the Google shares she left behind and a one time $30 million ‘retention award'. …

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