This screen grab made from Yahoo Inc.'s Tumblr page shows the company's new logo in a post published on Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013. Yahoo has adopted a new logo for the first time since shortly after the Internet company's …
2013 has been a year of changes for the web firm and it’s about to change even more. Since Marissa Mayer, a former Google engineer, took over as Yahoo CEO last year, the 18-year old company has acquired nearly 20 startups, …
Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer is very proud of her new logo up there—she made it herself over the weekend! And somehow made the company look more dated than ever. It also represents a Yahoo! that has little idea what it's doing, if it's …
In an initiative called "30 Days of Change," Yahoo will debut a different version of its famous purple logo across its …
Yahoo has a new look, or at least its logo now does. When you visit Yahoo.com or one of the many other Yahoo sites, you're going to notice something different, and it's not just the recent redesign. The classic, cartoonish Yahoo logo
Yahoo unveiled a new logo today with a sans-serif font similar to the ones used in other companies’ recent image overhauls, but keeps its purple color and oft-maligned exclamation point. Don’t like it? That logo is just the first of 30 …
Yahoo's new logo, in its home and away uniforms. Image courtesy of Yahoo After teasing people for 29 days with 29 different riffs on the Yahoo logo, the erstwhile search giant unveiled the real thing on Thursday, to mixed reviews. On …
As Ad Age (and everyone else under the sun) has reported, Yahoo has a brand-new logo, part of the 18-year-old portal's way of acknowledging the changes at the company under CEO Marissa Mayer. What reports didn't say is that Ms. …
In a Tumblr post about the new logo, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer thanked Max Ma, a design intern at the company, for helping come up with the design. But it turns out Ma had some other ideas for Yahoo's new logo. He posted a video …