Editor's Pick Late last year, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer told techsters her big game plan for the company: Making Yahoo accessible and relevant to a mobile-first culture. So, did she deliver?
It's too early to declare whether iconic tech company Yahoo is in full turnaround mode, but the company first quarter 2013 earnings certainly show it's headed in the right direction.
Elissa Murphy, Yahoo's VP of engineering for cloud services, is the second employee in two weeks to leave Yahoo to work for Blake Irving, Yahoo's former CPO who now heads up Go Daddy.
The good news: Mark Zuckerberg is almost universally loved by his employes. The bad news: Marissa Mayer didn't make the cut.
In six months under Mayer, Yahoo's stock price has jumped from $15 to $23, adding over $17 billion in market value to the still-slumbering purple giant.
Guest Post In the age of Skype, Google Docs, Dropbox and oDesk (where I work) these are pretty stunning pronouncements from one of the industry’s most progressive companies, and from Marissa Mayer, one of Silicon Valley’s most closely watched working Moms.
The latest U.S. census data says that working from home for at least one day a week grew 34 percent, and this comes just a couple of weeks after CEO Marissa Mayer famously killed Yahoo's telecommuting policy.
Guest Post In the last three months I have had several of my female students or recent business school graduates tell me that their aspiration is to be a chief operating officer. What’s odd is that I never hear that from young male students.
Guest Post Thank goodness someone finally had the courage to stand up and say that telecommuting is officially banned.
Yahoo sent a memo to employees yesterday, letting them know that they were expected to show up at the office every day. Silicon Valley was outraged.
Flickr for iPhone has lots of new features, a sign that Marissa Mayer is serious about making Yahoo a product company again.
Marissa Mayer is bringing the Google to Yahoo with a new, clean Yahoo homepage.
Yahoo's CEO isn't kidding around when it comes to mobile.
Yahoo is getting a dose of Google ads.
Current Facebook chief operating officer and former Google VP Cheryl Sandberg was almost LinkedIn's chief executive officer. Almost.
Once endlessly depressing Yahoo is showing new signs of life after releasing its Q4 2012 earnings, with the company's stock price getting nearly a 5 percent increase to $21.32 per share in after-hours trading at peak.
This acquisition is part of a broader strategy to help Yahoo become the leading destination for news content.
In every year, there are winners and losers: companies, devices, operating systems. Here's our look at some of the biggest successes and failures of 2012.
Editor's Pick Instagram v. Twitter! Yahoo v. Google! Can't we all just get along? No. No, we cannot. Besides, it's more amusing this way.
Devices launched, Maps killed it, and Mayer left the building! Here are Google's highlights from 2012.