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Yahoo Chairman Roy Bostock says that, along with three other board members, he's not seeking re-election this year. The company appoints two new board members to fill the gap.
The company's chairman of the board of directors will stay on till the June 25 shareholders meeting, but he won't seek reelection.
It was a year that brought us the futuristic Google Glass and an irate Ira Glass, messed-up maps and a picture-perfect Mars mission, Windows 8 and Apple-Samsung hate. Here's how we heard it.
A resume error brings down not only CEO Scott Thompson, but also four of Yahoo's directors. A settlement with investor Daniel Loeb will put him and two allies on the Internet pioneer's board.
The Web giant supposedly wants friendly faces to form a Bizarro World alternative to a dissident board slate. If true, that means war -- though the search doesn't seem to be going well.
Hedge fund Third Point, which owns almost 6 percent of Yahoo, complains the company has ignored its concerns and asks shareholders to vote for its outsider board candidates.
Before joining Yahoo's board, Fred Amoroso was known for waging aggressive patent litigation at Rovi. Now Yahoo has adopted similar tactics against Facebook.
Dan Loeb's Third Point files papers with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to wrest four board seats from the Web giant.
week in review Software giant to release special flavor of Windows 8 for ARM chips, meanwhile iPad 3 rumors fly fast. Also: Path's privacy problem.
Path takes a wrong turn, Yahoo's board gets new faces, and Amazon Instant Video adds Viacom content.