Yahoo YHOO earnings are around the corner, and so is a possible sale of the company. So unlike other technology companies like Alphabet GOOGL, Microsoft MSFT, Intel INTC, or Cisco CSCO, Yahoo investors are equally interested …
Post-sale, YHOO stock will essentially be a glorified holding company for BABA stock, which accounts for the lion's share of Yahoo's current valuation. [See: 8 of the Most Incredible Investments of the 21st Century.] For VZ shareholders, this …
But even after her admission of "negative trends," Yahoo Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO) stock was up in after-hours trading -- because the company owns a big chunk of Alibaba, and the Chinese e-commerce giant is heading for an initial public …
Yahoo (YHOO) just announced a $3 billion stock buyback program. From an SEC filing: "On June 24, 2010, the Yahoo! Board of Directors approved a new stock repurchase program. Under the program, Yahoo! is authorized to repurchase …
YHOO shares were recently trading at a four-year low, and the stock averaged above the current offer price for all of 2004. YHOO is a uniquely valuable asset, and we expect MSFT will do what it takes to acquire it. Separately, Bloomberg …
About $200 million of the proceeds from that debt will be used for stock buybacks. Yahoo's (YHOO) shares are already up 74% so far this year, and the $5 billion buyback expansion will likely add to that shareholder goodwill. With Tuesday's …
Shares of Yahoo! Inc. YHOO stock were up 3.8% in mid-morning trading Thursday largely thanks to the company’s 15% stake in Alibaba BABA, which had a strong Q2 earnings performance. Alibaba posted earnings before market open, in …
Alan Valdes, director of floor operations for Silverbear, joins Alexis Christoforous from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to lament the disappearance of one of his favorite tickers from the NYSE floor ... which would by YHOO. …
which could create a more challenging competitive landscape for YHOO." -- Jeff Lindsay, Bernstein: Deals with AOL and …
A stark visual of the situation–courtesy of The Wall Street Journal–with regard to the competitive Internet advertising and stock situation. These two charts look at the performance of the major players–Microsoft (MSFT), Yahoo (YHOO) and …