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  • Financials

    JAT Capital ups its position in Yahoo

    Yahoo! Inc. is a global technology company that provides a variety of products and services. Recently, Yahoo shares climbed higher on third-quarter earnings and revenue that beat analyst estimates.

    By Patricia Garner
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    Fund Managers

    Farallon Capital sells stake in Yahoo!

    Farallon Capital Management sold its position in Yahoo! Inc. (YHOO) during the third quarter. The stock accounted for 3.39% of the fund’s total 2Q14 portfolio.

    By Diana Key
  • Financials

    Christian Leone’s Luxor Capital adds a new position in Yahoo

    Recently, Yahoo shares went higher after third quarter earnings and revenue beat analyst estimates. Third quarter profit rose to $6.77 billion.

    By Samantha Nielson
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    Company & Industry Overviews

    Why Did Google Create Alphabet?

    The main objective of Alphabet is to streamline its varied businesses and focus on opportunities for new initiatives under the Google brand.

    By Matilda James
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    Earnings Report

    Yahoo’s position in the search market

    We’ll look at Yahoo’s search market business. In the third quarter, Yahoo (YHOO) generated 41% of its revenue from the search advertising business.

    By Patricia Garner
  • Technology & Communications

    Why Starboard believes Yahoo! is “deeply undervalued”

    Although Starboard only said that it has analyzed alternative structures for Yahoo, unconfirmed reports noted that the fund is expected to push for a breakup of Yahoo.

    By Samantha Nielson
  • Technology & Communications

    Assessing Yahoo’s prospects after Alibaba’s initial public offering

    Last week, Alibaba (BABA) became a public company in the U.S. stock exchange with its IPO (initial public offering) receiving an overwhelming response. Its stock finished its first day of trading at $93.89—up 38% from the $68 initial price that the company had set.

    By Puneet Sikka
  • Technology & Communications

    Why acquiring LiveRail will help Facebook’s video ads business

    A few weeks back, Facebook (FB) acquired LiveRail, which is an online video advertising platform that helps customers to monetize their video inventory efficiently.

    By Puneet Sikka
  • Consumer

    Why Google has started to diversify its search business

    Google’s share in the mobile advertising market could decline from ~53% in 2012 to 47% in 2014.

    By Puneet Sikka
  • Technology & Communications

    Yahoo’s search advertising business is better than its display ad

    In the second quarter, Yahoo’s search revenue of $428 million increased by 6%.

    By Puneet Sikka
  • Technology & Communications

    Why replacing Google with Bing on Apple devices will affect Google

    Bing has managed to increase its market share from 16.9% in March 2013 to 18.6% in March 2014, and its presence on Apple devices would help it gain further market share.

    By Puneet Sikka
  • Technology & Communications

    Why Yahoo sees an upside as Marissa Mayer attempts a turnaround

    Yahoo appointed Marissa Mayer, a former Google executive, as CEO in July 2012 to turn the company’s prospects around.

    By Martin Kurlandski, MS
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