Profane as ever, fired Yahoo chief executive Carol Bartz lays bare her nasty departure from the company in her first interview since leaving.
The Yahoo aftershocks continue as Carol Bartz gives an angry, expletive-filled interview to Fortune and employees give Jerry Yang an angry, expletive-filled earful at an all-hands meeting where Yahoo tries to explain what comes next. Also, Apple upholds its reputation as a silent impenetrable fortress that doesn't care much for your security, by failing to patch Safari against fraudulent Web certificates and not saying a dang thing about it.
CEO Barry Diller says Yahoo's site would augment IAC's Match.com business.
Scott Thompson, president of eBay's e-payment service, will take the reins at the beleaguered Web pioneer starting Monday.
Another divestiture for Yahoo will result in an upfront cash payment and three-year exclusive deal with Monster to supply job search listings on Yahoo's home page.
A rollover-activated pop-up window within Yahoo's home page redesign from last year covered up too many prominent ads on its actual home page, and that can't be.
Our response to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg being named Time's Person of the Year? Um, actually, that kind of makes sense. Also, Yahoo makes some deep cuts, but the tech community rallies with job offers and free beer. And Gawker's password mess proves once again (as if you needed any proof) that you really, really, REALLY shouldn't poke the bear. We told you so. --Molly
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An extraordinary new series of PSAs from LG, featuring James Lipton, asks teens to ponder carefully, put a beard on and stroke it, before sending risque texts.