With purchase of e-mail startup, Yahoo might be looking to take over your mobile phone from every possible angle, including where you store your contacts.
Rondee announces the deal on its Web site, saying current users can create new conference calls until July 12. After that, the site is closing down.
Planned outages that last a long time are rare these days for major sites, but Yahoo's photo-sharing service will experience one on July 25 for "maintenance."
The company will pay $29.11 per share, according to Yahoo, and three directors appointed by Third Point have resigned.
The online company, which earlier this week announced it had reached a deal to buy Tumblr, has now purchased PlayerScale.
Marissa Mayer's plan is for Yahoo to be to personalized content what Google is to search and Facebook is to social networks.
Sixteen tech companies claim a spot on Glassdoor's annual "Top 25 Companies for Work-Life Balance." Maybe canceling the work-from-home option at Yahoo wasn't such a terrible move after all.
Acquisition just the latest in Marissa Mayer's one-year stewardship as Yahoo CEO.
Another day, another Yahoo acquisition. When is the technology company going to start connecting the dots between all of these purchases?
Give Marissa Mayer credit for trying something new but there's a good reason why most quarterly financial conferences don't get televised.