Yahoo Japan to acquire online fashion firm Zozo
Yahoo Japan said Thursday it will acquire a majority stake in the online fashion retailer Zozo founded by billionaire Yusaku Maezawa, known for buying pricey art and his space travel plans.
'Yahoo' In Music: Nigeria Is Broken
There’s Yahoo money deeply embedded in every cranny of the Nigerian music industry. It manifests itself in more ways than the eye-catching popping of champagne and the possession of all the nice, expensive, new tech. That song playing on the radio might be fuelled by illegal money exchanging hands between music and media executives. The…
FG to ban gmail, others for official work, mulls .ng
Use of private e-mail networks like Gmail, Yahoo and others will soon be officially banned for all government use, in a renewed security ethos designed to permeate through all tiers of government and its agencies and to protect state mechanism from deliberate and unintended abuse. In its place, it will be compulsory for all federal…
Verizon acquires Yahoo for $4.48 billion
Verizon Communications yesterday completed its purchase of Yahoo’s Internet business for $4.48 billion.Yahoo will be combined with AOL, another faded web pioneer, into a new division of Verizon called Oath, under the leadership of AOL’s chief executive, Tim Armstrong.
Marissa Mayer fades out as Yahoo ends its run
Marissa Mayer was hailed as Yahoo's savior when she took charge of the pioneering internet firm five years ago.
Nintendo traders signal Switch could be bigger hit than the Wii
Traders are sending signals that Nintendo Co.’s newest console Switch may be on its way to becoming a bigger hit than the Wii, the company’s best-selling home console of all-time.
AOL plus Yahoo to equal new Oath
AOL and Yahoo will be combined into a unit called Oath after telecom titan Verizon buys the pioneering internet firm, according to a tweet Monday by the AOL chief.
Two Russian spies indicted in massive Yahoo hack
Two agents of Russia's FSB spy agency and two "criminal hackers" were indicted Wednesday over a massive cyberattack affecting 500 million Yahoo users, the US Justice Department announced.
Yahoo names post-spinoff management team
Yahoo said Monday that board member and former internet executive Thomas McInerney would lead the business that remains after the sale of its core assets to Verizon is completed.