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Yahoo to Roll Out a New Logo Each Day for the Next 30 Days

The internet giant will keep the exclamation point, the color purple and its yodel, but the iconic image is being replaced.

Yahoo Acquires Lexity, An Ecommerce Service for Small Businesses

Founded by a former Yahoo search and advertising executive, the startup is Marissa Mayer's 19th purchase for the tech giant.

Benjamin Kabin

Finding The Logic Behind Marissa Mayer's Monster Acquisition Spree

There might be a pattern in Mayer's otherwise scattershot approach to rebuilding Yahoo.

Jay Yarow

Marissa Mayer's Smartest and Dumbest Moves at Yahoo

After one year on the job, here's a look back at what the CEO did right and should have done differently.

Yahoo Buys Mobile App Qwiki

Yahoo agrees to buy the movie-making app for iPhones, as it tries to increase its presence in the world of smartphones and tablets.

Ameen Khwaja

How Google, Apple, Facebook and Others Use Your Personal Data (Infographic)

A look at what some of the largest tech companies are doing with what they know about you.

George Zimmer and Other Famous Founders Ousted By Their Own Companies

Lessons entrepreneurs can learn from founders who've been shown the door.

Kathleen Davis

Can Tumblr Survive Yahoo's Buyout? A Look at Four Failed Startup Acquisitions

While Yahoo's acquisition of Tumblr may be on the minds of many young entrepreneurs these days, keep in mind not all buyouts are successful.

Adam Toren

First Tumblr, Now Hulu, Oh My! What's Driving Yahoo's Startup Appetite

With a string of recent acquisitions and a bid for more, CEO Marissa Mayer is turning Yahoo into a diversified media company.

Founders Fund's Geoff Lewis on Getting Acquired, on Your Terms

Yahoo's $1.1 billion acquisition of Tumblr shines a lot on the elusive topic of planning an exit strategy.

Andrea Huspeni

Yahoo Redesigns Flickr to Make It 'Awesome Again'

At a press event, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer calls new design 'heart-stoppingly beautiful.'

Jason Fell

In Yahoo Deal, Tumblr Becomes the Next $1 Billion Startup

The blogging platform's 26-year-old founder, David Karp, will stay on as chief executive.

Jason Fell