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Yahoo Chairman Roy Bostock to step down

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.

By February 7, 2012


Ballmer and Bostock break bread

The New York Times confirms a Valleywag report that the Microsoft CEO and Yahoo chairman met earlier this week in New York+.

By January 16, 2009


Bostock skips some key points at Yahoo meeting

The company chairman offers no details on Yahoo's severance plan or why exactly the board rejected Microsoft's offer of $33 a share.

By August 1, 2008


Three questions for Roy Bostock

If Yahoo's chairman can take a time out from e-mailing his newest pen pal buddy, Carl Icahn, here's fodder to ponder over the weekend.

By June 6, 2008


Glass Lewis advises against re-electing 3 Yahoo directors

Institutional investor advisory service recommends shareholders vote not to re-elect Yahoo directors Roy Bostock, Ron Burkle, and Arthur Kern.

By July 23, 2008


Yahoo rebuts Icahn: You have no plan

Yahoo Chairman Roy Bostock lashes back at Carl Icahn, saying the investor misinterprets facts and has no plan beside selling the company to Microsoft.

By June 4, 2008


Icahn to Yahoo: Nix the poison pill, now

In a letter to board Chairman Roy Bostock, the investor activist roars about Yahoo's "insulting" and "deceitful" actions regarding its severance plan.

By June 4, 2008


Full text: Yahoo CEO, chairman respond

Here's the full text of the response by Yahoo Chairman Roy Bostock and CEO Jerry Yang after Microsoft withdrew its offer to acquire the company.

By May 3, 2008


Yahoo chairman knows how to multitask mergers

Roy Bostock wraps up $3.1 billion merger deal for Northwest Airlines, while simultaneously handling Yahoo's own megabillion buyout offer from Microsoft.

By April 14, 2008


Bartz tells Fortune that Yahoo 'f---ed' her over

Profane as ever, fired Yahoo chief executive Carol Bartz lays bare her nasty departure from the company in her first interview since leaving.

By September 8, 2011