In an attempt to connect with how a typical user visually remembers a site, Yahoo has created a Web browser that displays images rather than text for search results.
Citing "personal reasons," Yahoo!'s Scott Thompson has resigned his brief tenure as CEO of the struggling search giant.
Yahoo's new CEO Scott Thompson has been caught lying on his resume. Does embellishing undergrad credentials matter at executive levels, or should Yahoo toe the line on honesty?
Amid its legal battle with Yahoo, Facebook has decided to purchase $550 million in patents from Microsoft — some of the same patents that Microsoft just bought from AOL. Confused yet?
As Yahoo! struggles to stay relevant to a changing Internet, hedge-fund billionaire Daniel S. Loeb is vying to take control of the company.
Yahoo is dumping around 2,000 of its employees today in a huge layoff and it may trim down more soon as it preps for a gigantic reorganization. How did we get here and where is this headed?
The Facebook vs. Yahoo battle heated up today, with the social network filing its own patent lawsuit against the aging Internet titian.
Yahoo says it will implement a Do Not Track mechanism across all of its Web properties worldwide, starting this summer.
Yahoo has sued Facebook for allegedly infringing on 10 Web-related patents.
Yahoo is taking a road all too often traveled by struggling tech companies: liberally exercising its patent portfolio. And it's taking on Facebook, which is conveniently in its pre-public quiet period.
Facebook is facing a potential first-ever social media patent lawsuit if the social network rejects Yahoo's deal over licensing Yahoo's social network patents.
Yelp will finally go public on the New York Stock Exchange on March 2, hoping to sell $100 million in stock.
A former Flickr team member cries foul as the site prunes a heavy helping of its customer support staff.
Despite a supposed focus on putting mobile first, Yahoo is killing off ten different apps for iOS, Android, and BlackBerry.
Yahoo's new CEO Scott Thompson is promising swift action as Yahoo's fourth quarter financial show a five percent drop in income.