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Latest Yahoo Inc. Items
Yahoo Inc. CEO Carol Bartz found herself in a familiar position Wednesday: assuring stock market analysts that she will clean up a mess damaging the long-slumping Internet company's market value.
Yahoo Inc. is giving its popular email service a long-promised facelift in an attempt to make it more appealing to people who are increasingly using Facebook, Twitter, Google and other online alternatives to communicate.
Yahoo Inc. has bought an unprofitable online advertising service called 5to1 Holding Corp. for $28 million as part of an effort to revive its revenue growth.
A bounce back in materials and financial companies erased early losses in the stock market Monday.
Yahoo Inc. and Chinese Internet company Alibaba Group tried to present a united front Sunday as they worked on a dispute that has caused tension in their already strained relationship.
Yahoo Inc.'s prized investment in Chinese Internet company Alibaba Group has abruptly turned into a stock market millstone.
YouTube's founders have bought a company that makes software to help businesses keep track of what's being said about them on Facebook and Twitter.
Week after week, thieves break into corporate computer systems to steal customer lists, email addresses and credit card numbers. Large data breaches get overshadowed by even larger ones.
Yahoo Inc. cut CEO Carol Bartz's compensation by 75 percent to $11.9 million last year as the Internet company struggled to revive its revenue growth, regulatory documents filed Friday show.