Now that Yahoo has claimed its cash windfall from the Alibaba IPO, Marissa Mayer and company unveil Yahoo's mobile revenue for the first time.
The world's largest social network is expanding its advertising technology to other app makers, hoping to grab an even larger piece of the ad pie.
With FTC approval granted in April, the approval in Europe means the deal should finally wrap up soon.
As the Internet giant decides what to do with its Alibaba windfall, an investment into the disappearing-message app may be on the horizon.
The service will shut down on December 31 -- just one of more than 60 products that the company has discontinued over the past two years.
Declassified documents related to Yahoo's challenge of a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court opinion are now out. But the company doesn't see it as an all-out victory.
The closing of the deal follows last week's regulatory approval from the European Commission.
The Internet giant buys another company, as Alibaba, the Chinese giant in which Yahoo has a large stake, moves closer to its blockbuster IPO.
The ad technology will allow Facebook partners to target ads at users on and off its website.
The company has been slowly removing Google and Facebook log-ins from its site, and Flickr is next on the list.