The Future of Yahoo

Yahoo Plays for Time In Bid to Resist Microsoft (Post, March 6, 2008)
Proxy Fight for Yahoo Is Predicted: Strategy Less Expensive for Microsoft (Post, February 20, 2008)
News Corp. Discussing Partnership With Yahoo (Post, February 14, 2008)
After Spurning Microsoft, Yahoo Reaches Out to AOL (Post, February 12, 2008)
Yahoo Board Decides To Reject Microsoft's $44.6 Billion Offer (Post, February 10, 2008)
Upside Elusive in a Microsoft-Yahoo Deal (By Rob Pegoraro, February 7, 2008)
Some Businesses at Mercy Of Google See Hope in Bid (Post, February 7, 2008)
Microsoft, Google Come Out Lobbying (Post, February 5, 2008)
In Heavyweight Battle, Trying to Avoid a Knockout: Fight Over Yahoo Is Question of Which Winner Would Be Worse (Post, February 5, 2008)
Little Reason To Shout Yahoo! (By Allan Sloan, February 5, 2008)
Google Says Yahoo Sale Could Stifle Competition (Post, February 4, 2008)
Possible Yahoo Sale Puts Focus On AOL: Time Warner Unit Seen as 'Odd Man Out' (Post, February 4, 2008)
Macrosoft? (February 3, 2008)
Microsoft-Yahoo Union Would Still Be No. 2 (Post, February 2, 2008)
A Boost to Big Advertisers, Maybe Not to Smaller Ones (Post, February 2, 2008)
Microsoft Bids $44.6 Billion To Buy Yahoo: Runaway Dominance Of Google Forces Offer (Post, February 2, 2008)
Failed Yahoo Talks Leave Google on Top (Post, May 6, 2008)
A Very Hostile Bid for Yahoo: Salvo From Icahn Opens Proxy War (Post, May 16, 2008)
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