Roundup: Who’s interested in bidding on Yahoo?

The Yahoo auction is up and running--at least unofficially--and major industry names are considering buying the floundering company.

AOL, Microsoft, Yahoo join forces to take on Google’s ad business

Facing ever-increasing competition from Google's ad business, AOL, Microsoft and Yahoo have agreed to share advertising dollars in an attempt to increase revenue.
Social Media

Twitter starts pushing promoted tweets on all users, regardless of brand follows

Twitter's advertising model just expanded to include millions upon millions of users rather than just brand followers. Twitter didn't make any fanfare about the change to this policy.

Bartz bails on Yahoo board and AOL merger rumors refuse to die

Former CEO Carol Bartz is officially gone and for some reason, it all keeps coming back to a Yahoo-AOL merger or acquisition - and it never stops sounding like both companies are grasping at loose straws.

TechCrunch officially announces Arrington’s departure, names new editor

After a week of turmoil, Arrington is officially out of TechCrunch. While the site's future is up in the air, AOL's direction is also questionable.

YouTube founders set to launch new Delicious later this year

YouTube founders Chad Hurley and Steven Chen believe they have found a better away for people to discover Web content with their new version of Delicious.

Alibaba to release English version of Aliyun mobile OS

Alibaba is preparing to launch an English language version of its cloud-reliant Aliyun mobile OS this month.
Social Media

What will Yahoo do next?

Yahoo has the public's attention, whether it likes it or not. It next steps in the wake of Carol Bartz's departure should be weighed carefully.

Ex-Yahoo CEO to get big pay-off

After failing to pull Yahoo out of the doldrums, members of its board decided to fire Carol Bartz as the company's CEO on Tuesday. Her dismissal entitles her to a hefty severance package, but exactly how big partly depends upon how the…

Yahoo! ‘not for sale,’ says co-founder Jerry Yang

Yahoo! co-founder, director and former CEO told employees today that the company is "not for sale," despite reports to the contrary.

Yahoo issues statement on Bartz firing, announces ‘leadership reorganization’

Yahoo has just released a statement titled 'Yahoo! Announces Leadership Reorganization'. This follows the firing of Carol Bartz from her position as CEO, which she had held since January 2009.

Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz fired, CFO Tim Morse named interim CEO

Yahoo's board of directors has let CEO Carol Bartz go, and has named CFO Tim Morse as interim CEO while they search for a permanent CEO.