@YahooNews sent out a tweet about a fake Ebola outbreak in Atlanta.
The social network reports that 70% of its global employees are male.
This time, Yahoo bought a mobile advertising and analytics company called Flurry. Re/code first reported the news.
The company reported its second-quarter earnings today.
The woman alleges her supervisor, Maria Zhang, forced her to have “oral and digital” sex and threatened she would “take away everything from her” if she resisted.
The internet has gotten a lot less ugly.
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The e-commerce company, which is 24% owned by Yahoo, filed to raise at least $1 billion. The company’s prospectus confirms what Yahoo investors already knew.
Yahoo is finally posting some growth in its search and display advertising revenue. It’s something CEO Marissa Mayer hasn’t quite been able to do since taking over, and investors are actually pleased.
The announcement comes less than two weeks after Anne Sweeney said she would be leaving. A successor to Sherwood at ABC News has not yet been named.
While it was expected this year, the company announced today that it’s starting the process. It’s a moment that Yahoo shareholders have been salivating over for years.
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New data from Activist Insight suggests that activist investing for 2014 is already shaping up to outpace last year, and the companies targeted represent a diverse group of industries.
The company spent a lot of money buying companies and issuing a dividend to Yahoo shareholders. But its advertising business is still struggling, sending its stock down 5% today on its fourth-quarter earnings report.
Henrique DeCastro was fired by CEO Marissa Mayer, according to Re/code. But he is leaving with a huge golden parachute.
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Summly founder Nick D’Aloisio, in an interview with Yahoo’s David Pogue, touted his new app’s positive reviews. But who’s writing them?
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BlackBerry has been in the middle of a turnaround for the past two years and just ousted a bunch of executives earlier this week. They aren’t the only ones that have failed to find ways to turn around a floundering tech giant.
Couric has been a special correspondent for ABC News and hosted the daytime talk show, Katie, for the last two years.
Yahoo is also upping its buyback program to $5 billion.
The team at Yahoo’s SketchY weekly comedy web series just dropped an anvil on the sports world, and it’s amazing.
Yahoo has a huge stake in Alibaba, an e-commerce company that is basically the equivalent of Amazon in China. That company just reported a blowout day in sales on one of China’s biggest shopping days.
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Yahoo has decided to hold onto an extra 53 million shares to take advantage of the Asian e-commerce company’s expected post-IPO pop.