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New CEO Lays Out Broad Goals for Yahoo
Marissa Mayer, the new CEO of Yahoo Inc., fleshed out extensive plans for the company in her first address to the entire group on the 25th of September. The goals proposed by her met with an enthusiastic response from members of staff who have suffered ...
Mayer to Yahoos at Not-So-Radical Confab: Personalization, Mobile, Rule of ...  All Things Digital
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer replaces Tim Morse with new CFO  San Jose Mercury News
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Piecing Together Yahoo's Value
Yahoo! (NASDAQ:YHOO) has been beaten down over the years by Wall Street and other institutional investors who have written off the company as a "has been" internet search company. Indeed, one reason I invested in Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) in the past ...
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New Yahoo! CFO Has $18 Million Reasons To Yodel
When Marissa Mayer signed the offer letter to new CFO Kenneth Goldman, she penned it "Start practicing your yodel!" Mr. Goldman is likely to oblige, with an aggregate payday in the offer letter that dwarfs recent compensation at Fortinet Inc. (NASDAQ ...
What Will Marissa Do?: Here's Yahoo's 2011 Three-Year, 21-Page ...  All Things Digital
Yahoo gives new CFO big raise to leave his old job  Yahoo! News (blog)
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Is Yahoo Inc (YHOO) A Good Stock to Buy Post Alibaba Deal?
Is yahoo a good stock to buy Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO) announced on Tuesday that it will be returning $3.6 billion of the $4.3 billion proceeds from the sale of its stake in Alibaba Group Holdings Limited, the company that owns Alibaba.
Alibaba Pays Yahoo $7.6 Billion, Completes Deal To Buy Back Half Of Stake ...  Huffington Post
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Jacqueline Reses Joins Yahoo! as Executive Vice President, People and ...
SUNNYVALE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ: YHOO) announced today that Jacqueline Reses has been appointed executive vice president of people and development, responsible for leading human resources and talent acquisition as ...
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's Newest Hire: Jacqueline Reses, EVP Of HR And ...  TechCrunch
Marissa Mayer taps Jacqueline Reses to head Yahoo HR & talent acquisitions  VentureBeat
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China's Alibaba Group Inks $7.6 billion deal with Yahoo
Yahoo Inc. was finally able to complete a long awaited Yahoo-Alibaba deal with China's Alibaba Group worth $7.6 billion, giving rise to a windfall that could play a major role in easing the pain of Yahoo Inc.'s shareholders who have been forced to ...
Yahoo! Closes $7.6B Alibaba Deal as Marissa Mayer Gets Down to Business  TIME
Alibaba closes buyback deal with Yahoo  Global Times
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Mayer Strives To Change Yahoo! Culture
As expected Yahoo!'s new CEO, Marissa Mayer, has been shaking things up at the company since her appointment. It seems that she intends to bring a lot of things from her tenure at Google to Yahoo! in an effort to get employees excited about working at ...
Biz Stone's Yahoo Turnaround Solution for Marissa Mayer: Move HQ to the ...  All Things Digital
Why Marissa Mayer Will Pay One Yahoo Exec ~$10 Million To Stick Around  Business Insider
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Yahoo Japan Pays $12.8M for Mobile Content Startup Community ...
Yahoo Japan, the Yahoo Inc. subsidiary, has furthered its mobile ambitions after it announced the $12.8 million (1 billion yen) acquisition of Tokyo-based mobile content firm Community Factory, as Japanese tech blog Asiajin reports.
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Yahoo's Top Lawyer Says Leaked Internal Memos Are �Uncool� (According to ...
�It's never OK to share information in an internal memo EVEN if the company issues public communications about the same subject,� tsk-tsked Bell, who reminded staff of Yahoo's Code of Ethics. �We will fire employees who leak company confidential ...
Yahoo lawyer warns leakers of firings, prosecution (blog)
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Magento and Yahoo host the most
That stands in contrast to Magento's closest competitor, Yahoo Inc., which hosts 10% of the top-visited e-commerce sites, Forsythe says.