Another drab quarter makes it plain: the only thing keeping the wolves from starting to bay for change is Yahoo's ownership position in Alibaba.
Cameras caught Jerry Jones chatting on a flip phone in his luxury box during a game. Crave's Amanda Kooser defends his choice of tech.
If you're one of the 25 million people who play fantasy football, be prepared to do some number crunching. Fans now have access to more stats than ever before. A panel of experts including NFL Hall of Famer Rice discuss how technology is changing the game.
It's easy to dismiss him for blowing the Microsoft deal, but credit a legendary tech pioneer for a record of accomplishment
The California legislature passed a bill the prevents regulation of VoIP and other Internet-based services. Gov. Brown would be wise to sign the new law -- and quickly.
Yang infamously turned down a $31 a share, or $44.6 billion, offer from Microsoft. He should have left 10 minutes after screwing that Microsoft deal up.
The Yahoo co-founder is interested in a deal with private equity firms, according to Reuters, though talks have only been informal to this point.
The move comes two weeks after Yahoo hired Scott Thompson as chief executive. Yang praised that hire and said only that it was time to move on.
update In memo obtained by Silicon Alley Insider, Yang appears to confirm what many people have been reporting for a while. And interim CEO Tim Morse provides a follow-up in a second e-mail.
The Yahoo CEO, hit hard in recent months by a tepid economy and a failed takeover bid from Microsoft, now has to deal with the dissolution of its hyped (but controversial) search ad deal with Google.