In today’s earnings call, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer continued on a well-worn theme for the old-school company: mobile, mobile mobile.
More eyeballs means (Yahoo hopes) more opportunity to target and sell ads. More ads means more revenue. We’ll see how well that flow holds true as Yahoo continues its push into the modern web.
“Not boring” is high praise for earnings calls.
Coming off a second quarter that was at once “disappointing” and quite healthy, Yahoo announced $1.13 billion in revenue for the third quarter, down 5 percent year-over-year.
Acquisitions, soaring stock prices, and a CEO that just won’t stop. She just wants the credit where it’s due.
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.
With $3 billion in forecast revenue, Yahoo might be seeing its first real growth in years.
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.
In her first earnings call since joining Yahoo as CEO, Marissa Mayer didn’t waste any time explaining how her first 100 days have been.
Yahoo announced its third quarter earnings today, with with both revenue and revenue costs down due to a search agreement Yahoo made with Microsoft. The company tallied $1.217 million in GAAP revenue, down 24 percent year over year.
Search provider Yahoo generated twice as much profit in its third quarter this year than last year after selling its job-seeking site HotJobs, bringing in nearly $400 million despite slowing revenue growth, according to its financial results for the third quarter released today.