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    WAshford7,325 pointsBadges:
  • UK’s Daily Mail publisher eyes Yahoo’s assets

    The Daily Mail parent company is putting together a bid for Yahoo’s news properties that would increase its US presence significantly

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  • Yahoo and WebEx boost IM and web conferencing

    Users of Yahoo's enterprise instant messaging (IM) product can now launch web conferences directly from their IM client.

    ITKE409,090 pointsBadges:
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    WAshford7,325 pointsBadges:
  • Tech firms critical of UK draft Investigatory Powers Bill

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    WAshford7,325 pointsBadges:
  • Yahoo plans to cut workforce by 10%

    News of workforce reduction comes a day after activist investor Starboard Value called for significant changes in a letter to Yahoo board

    WAshford7,325 pointsBadges:
  • Top CIOs know IT employees don’t need morale killers like stack ranking

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    Karen Goulart2,015 pointsBadges:
  • Verizon eyes Yahoo as it abandons Alibaba spin off

    Yahoo is expected to announce that it will not place its 15% Alibaba holding in a separate company, but focus instead on its core business

    WAshford7,325 pointsBadges:
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    Fran Sales2,970 pointsBadges:

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