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No bonus for Mayer after millions of Yahoo hacks

By Reuters
03 March 2017   |   10:20 am
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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