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Company's investment in Chinese business-to-business site boosted its net income for the first quarter. Revenue increased 14 percent, and CEO Yang is bullish.
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton's foundation received an undisclosed sum in exchange for his keynote address at an event held by Alibaba, the Chinese internet company that controls Yahoo China and has been accused of aiding China's crackdown in Tibet.
Yahoo chief celebrates 39th birthday apologizing to mother of jailed Chinese citizen. Oh, and Yahoo investment in Alibaba gains from IPO.
Internet pioneer's stock falls under the previous low of $18.58 a share, raising questions about whether any catalyst exists that could lift it from its near-term slump.
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The Internet company's stock falls below $20 a share, coming within a breath away of where it traded prior to Redmond's failed buyout attempt.
Google and Yahoo may scuttle their search-ad deal if it doesn't meet financial targets or leads to antitrust litigation. A regulatory filing has all the gory details.
Google will supply Yahoo with search ads in a partnership Yahoo believes will raise revenue by $800 million in its first year--but that also could give more power to Google.
A report from Reuters says the search giant may want a piece of the Silicon Valley company, even after it buys the search business.
Microsoft's announcement over the weekend that parties have re-entered talks gives Yahoo shares a bit of a boost in morning trading.