Verizon Buys Yahoo For $4.83B, Marking End Of An EraVerizon is buying Yahoo for $4.83 billion, marking the end of an era for a company that once defined the internet.
Yahoo Replaces Google As Firefox Web Browser's Default SearchEven though Chrome is now more widely used, Firefox still has a loyal audience that makes more than 100 billion worldwide search requests annually.
Sean Salisbury: Not Short of Giving His Opinion on the Lawsuit Against the NFL, and Mark Cuban's Comments
Fired Yahoo COO Gets $58M Severance Package For 15 Months Of WorkYahoo's recently fired chief operating officer, Henrique de Castro, left the Internet company with a severance package of $58 million even though he lasted just 15 months on the job.
Yahoo's Stock Tops $30 For 1st Time In 5 ½ YearsYahoo's stock price has surpassed $30 for the first time since the Internet company was fending off a takeover offer bid by Microsoft 5 1/2 years ago.
Yahoo Takes Big Leap With $1.1B Deal For TumblrYahoo is buying online blogging forum Tumblr for $1.1 billion as CEO Marissa Mayer tries to rejuvenate an Internet pioneer that had fallen behind the times.
New Yahoo CEO’s Pregnancy Reignites A Perennial Debate
Yahoo To Lay Off 2,000 EmployeesYahoo is laying off 2,000 employees as new CEO Scott Thompson sweeps out jobs that don't fit into his plans for turning around the beleaguered Internet company.
Four Yahoo! Board Members Including Chairman LeavingYahoo Chairman Roy Bostock and three longtime board members are leaving the troubled Internet company.
Report: Google Discussing Yahoo BidGoogle is exploring the possibility of helping to finance a possible deal by others to acquire Internet search company Yahoo, according to a report published report by the Wall Street Journal on Saturday.
Yahoo Inc. CEO Bartz FiredCarol Bartz was fired Tuesday as Yahoo Inc.'s CEO nearly three years into a tenure in which the company fell short of the turnaround she was charged with leading.
California Senate Rejects Bill That Would Increase Privacy On Social Networking SitesCalifornia senators rejected a bill Friday designed to increase privacy on social networking sites, persuaded by objections from some of the burgeoning industry's biggest players.