Job search giant completes its buyout of Yahoo's HotJobs and cuts a deal to appear on Yahoo's home page as the exclusive provider of career content.
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.
Spinning off assets like HotJobs helped Yahoo eke out a profit once again this quarter, though things are still a yawn as the company remains beset by takeover rumors.
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Intel's chief executive issues a pessimistic outlook, as Gmail dials up voice calls. Also: HP versus Dell.
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Survey finds that police want backdoor to ISP customer data, while the U.S. government worries about cyberattacks. Also: Toyota's electronic woes.
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The embattled Internet search pioneer could lay off hundreds of employees in what would be its third round of cuts in a little more than a year.
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