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Latest Carol Bartz Items
Yahoo's previous turnaround attempts have flopped under three different leaders with dramatically different backgrounds _ former movie mogul Terry Semel, beloved Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang and profanity-spewing Silicon Valley veteran Carol Bartz.
The Blackstone Group and Bain Capital are discussing whether to team up with two major Asia companies in a bid to buy Yahoo for more than $25 billion.
Yahoo shares rose about 3 percent Monday as investors reacted to the possibility that Google may help finance a takeover bid if its troubled Internet rival decides to sell.
Yahoo keeps losing ground in the fast-moving Internet market, increasing the pressure on the struggling company to abandon its perpetual turnaround attempts and negotiate a sale with one of several prospective bidders.
Yahoo's third-quarter earnings report may shed some light on why the Internet company abruptly fired Carol Bartz as CEO last month.
Yahoo Inc.'s stock price soared more than 10 percent late Wednesday on hopes that its once-spurned suitor, Microsoft, will return with another takeover bid now that the struggling Internet company is mulling a possible sale.
Yahoo has given interim CEO Tim Morse a 25 percent raise for stepping into the leadership void created by the struggling Internet company's recent firing of Carol Bartz.
A major Yahoo Inc. shareholder is recruiting company co-founder Jerry Yang to join a crusade to oust Chairman Roy Bostock amid the upheaval triggered by the recent firing of CEO Carol Bartz.
Carol Bartz has resigned from the Yahoo board of directors that she blasted for firing her as the company's CEO last week.