After a 30-day tryout of dozens of new corporate logos that it’s now clear were never going to be chosen, Yahoo has rolled out its final choice – to a chorus of boos. The logo, which was custom-designed by CEO Marissa …
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WEB PORTAL Yahoo has finally unveiled the logo that it spent 30 days counting down to releasing. Its new logo is not dissimilar to previous Yahoo logos. It has a slightly slimmer font and retains the exclamation …
Respect. So, why would Yahoo test their logo? My bet is this: Marissa Mayer said, “We need to rebrand; we need a new logo.” So the CMO kicked off a project and presented some options to Marissa Mayer. …
agreed to buy Yahoo's internet business for just under $4.5bn. Mr Armstrong's tweet, sent from his verified account, read; "Billion+ …
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Yahoo! unveiled a new logo, their first in 18 years, to the public this week. CEO Marissa Mayer tells how she and the designers at Yahoo! turned it out over a weekend. That sparked discussion all over the internet about …
Call it Marissa Fatigue or irrational exuberance or end-of-summer blues. Whatever it is, the Internet is decidedly down on Yahoo's new logo. The Sunnyvale, Calif.-based tech and content company unveiled its new logo
Less than a week after Verizon announced it will buy Yahoo, Yahoo is testing a new search interface. The new interface removes the Yahoo logo from the top left of the screen, makes it a bit smaller and moves it to the …
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Some 30 ideas were trialled and abandoned, but Yahoo! finally has a new logo after a process chief executive described as “not something we could do lightly”, It uses the same purple colour scheme as the old one, but …
Say hello to Yahoo's new logo. After changing its purple wordmark every day for the past month, Yahoo revealed the winner tonight. It's part of an effort from CEO Marissa Mayer to inject some fresh visual interest …
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For the past month, Yahoo! has been showing off 30 different new logos that were NOT chosen as the company’s new logo, leading up to the big reveal of the logo that was chosen for the company. As you can …