Yahoo’s Verizon deal to bring board, name changes
10 January 2017 | 2:47 pm
10 Jan 2017
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Yahoo independent committee found that certain senior executives didn’t properly "comprehend or investigate" a 2014 security breach but didn’t find intentional suppression of relevant information.
3 Mar 2017
Yahoo says 32 million user accounts have been illegally accessed in the past couple of years, adding to around 1.5 billion in the years before that. Bad news for Marissa Mayer who's had her 2016 bonus forfeited.
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Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam suggested a price cut of as much as $925 million for the deal to buy Yahoo's internet assets after revelations of massive online security breaches surfaced last year, according to a regulatory filing.
16 Mar 2017
The U.S. government accused Russia of directing some of the world’s most notorious cyber criminals to break into computer systems, namely half-billion accounts at Yahoo, in a broad scheme that married illicit profits and intelligence gathering.
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Steve Case, chairman and chief executive officer at Revolution, discusses the outlook for technology.
18 Jul 2017
The latest Bloomberg National Poll finds Americans confident about the state of the U.S. economy, in spite of President Donald Trump, who saw his approval rating decline to a new low of 40 percent.
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Democrat presidential hopeful Mike Bloomberg has had 70 Twitter accounts linked to his supporters suspended for spam-like posts. On Saturday, Nevada goes to the polls, with all eyes on front-runner Bernie Sanders.
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Yahoo is the latest American company to shut down access to its services in China. In recognition of the increasingly challenging business and legal environment in China, Yahoo’s suite of services will no longer be accessible from mainland China, Yahoo.
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