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A key lawmaker said the Internet search and advertising partnership announced Wednesday between software giant Microsoft and Yahoo "warrants our careful scrutiny."
Yahoo Reports Loss as Online Ad Sales Slow (Post, January 28, 2009)
Yahoo Chooses Bartz for CEO (Post, January 14, 2009)
Icahn Expands Stake As Yahoo Seeks CEO (Post, November 29, 2008)
Competing for Internet Dominance: Google, Yahoo and Microsoft are vying for control of the fast-growing market for Web advertising. The departure of Yahoo chief executive Jerry Yang could clear the way for an acquisition of the Internet portal, perhaps by Microsoft, some analysts say. (Post, November 19, 2008)
Out of Step, Yahoo Stumbles: As Industry Has Evolved, Web Giant Left Searching for CEO, Identity (Post, November 19, 2008)
Yahoo Founder, CEO Yang Steps Down (Post, November 18, 2008)
Yahoo to Make Targeted Ads Optional: Lawmakers Scrutinize Impact of Data Collection on Privacy (Post, August 8, 2008)
Major Investor Backs Yahoo's Board: Legg Mason's Support Hurts Icahn's Coup Attempt (Post, July 19, 2008)
Yahoo Rejects Plan to Break Up Company (Post, July 14, 2008)
Exits May Hurt Yahoo's Recovery: Key Executives Depart In Advance of Proxy Vote (Post, June 21, 2008)
Google Ad Deal Is Under Scrutiny: Yahoo Agreement Subject of Antitrust Probe, Sources Say (Post, July 2, 2008)
Yahoo, Google To Partner on Advertising: Talks With Microsoft Fail (Post, June 13, 2008)
Icahn Suggests Price for Yahoo: Investor Wants Deal Done Before August (Post, June 7, 2008)
Icahn Turns Up The Pressure On Yahoo Board (Post, June 5, 2008)
Microsoft, Yahoo Discuss New Deal: Talks Fall Short of Full Acquisition but Leave Door Open (Post, May 19, 2008)
Icahn Plans Challenge To Yahoo Leadership (Post, May 15, 2008)
Icahn Rumor Lifts Yahoo Stock: Billionaire Investor Reportedly to Seek Control of Board (Post, May 14, 2008)
Throughout Microsoft Talks, Yahoo Appeared Unwilling to Sell (Post, May 5, 2008)
Microsoft Rejects Yahoo's Price Demands, Abandons Bid (Post, May 4, 2008)
Microsoft Presses Yahoo on Deal: Solid Earnings for Software Titan Offset by European Fine (Post, April 25, 2008)
Murdoch's 2-Pronged Bid May Boost Yahoo (Post, April 11, 2008)
Yahoo Reiterates Stance After Threat by Microsoft: Search Engine Says Buyout Bid Is Low (Post, April 8, 2008)
Microsoft Tells Yahoo To Accept Offer or Face Hostile Takeover (Post, April 6, 2008)
Yahoo Says Outlook Justifies Rejecting Microsoft (Post, March 19, 2008)
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