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 New York Times confirms a Valleywag report that the Microsoft CEO and Yahoo chairman met earlier this week in New York+.
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.
The company chairman offers no details on Yahoo's severance plan or why exactly the board rejected Microsoft's offer of $33 a share.
Profane as ever, fired Yahoo chief executive Carol Bartz lays bare her nasty departure from the company in her first interview since leaving.
Dan Loeb's Third Point files papers with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to wrest four board seats from the Web giant.
Here's the full text of Yahoo's press release announcing co-founder Jerry Yang's resignation.
The company's chairman of the board of directors will stay on till the June 25 shareholders meeting, but he won't seek reelection.
The Web pioneer hired Carol Bartz to restore its lost luster. With that strategy failure, the time to start selling the company, in pieces or in total, is now.
Third Point, now the third-largest outside shareholder in Yahoo, wants a new board of directors at the company.