(AP) -- With buyout vultures circling the Internet company, Yahoo Inc. CEO Carol Bartz may have to accelerate her timetable for engineering a turnaround if she wants to save her job.
(AP) -- Three top Yahoo Inc. executives are leaving the slumping Internet company in an exodus that could put CEO Carol Bartz on the hot seat as she approaches the end of her second year trying to engineer a turnaround.
(AP) -- Yahoo Inc.'s turnaround effort wavered in the second quarter as the Internet company's paltry revenue growth overshadowed a surge in net income.
(AP) -- Yahoo Inc. is turning over its listings of homes for sale and other local real estate advertising to an online specialist in the field, Zillow.com.
Yahoo! has set the stage to buy back three billion dollars worth of its stock in the coming three years, according to a filing made with US securities regulators.
(AP) -- Nokia Corp. will run mapping and navigation services for Yahoo Inc. in an acknowledgement that the slumping Internet company hasn't kept up with rival Google Inc. in the increasingly important area of location services.
Yahoo! chief executive Carol Bartz, who took the reins of the Internet firm last year, received compensation worth more than 47 million dollars in 2009, the company reported.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, in a major speech on Internet freedom two months ago, called on US technology firms not to support online censorship.
(AP) -- Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz says she hopes investors growing impatient for her to turn around the slumping Internet company remember how long it took for Steve Jobs to revive Apple.
Silicon Valley is anything but a sentimental place. Companies come and go. They start. They fail. We move on.