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Making it two decades in the “here today, gone tomorrow” world of the internet, and surviving more than its fair share of corporate turmoil along the way, is no small feat; so it makes sense that the folks at Yahoo! would want to do something special for the web portal’s 20th anniversary.
Speaking at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference this week, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer expressed her delight at how things are going at the once struggling company.
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Yahoo has announced they will be closing down their South Korean web portal and ending their presence in the country by the end of the year.
It would appear as if Third Point’s 3 letters and subsequent follow-up have strong-armed Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson into apologizing for “padding” his resume with false information, but he isn’t planning on stepping down.
The head of a major Yahoo investor was critical of the Internet pioneer's recent appointees to their board of directors and is seeking to have four current board members replaced with representatives of his hedge fund.
Yahoo is preparing to lay off thousands of employees as part of a massive restructuring, according to multiple sources both inside and outside the company.
In an unexpected letter to shareholders, Yahoo chairman Roy Bostock announced Tuesday that he and his fellow board members Vyomesh Joshi, Arthuer Kern and Gary Wilson would not be seeking another term on the board this year.
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