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Yahoo! Inc.(NMS:YHOO)
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 Yahoo Inc. Chief Executive Marissa Mayer’s compensation totaled $27.4 million last year, a package mostly unaffected by a deal to sell Yahoo’s core business to Verizon Communications Inc. or two large ...
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 The NFL Draft is a brilliant example of off-season sports programming. But in an instant-update universe, is football’s selection show destination television?
 Oath is the name of the new organization that will combine the Yahoo! and AOL teams after Verizon's acquisition of Yahoo! closes.
 "Both executive teams are working incredibly hard on planning the integration of the companies," Tim Armstrong wrote.
 Here are some things going on today in your world of tech: Activist Starboard’s Jeff Smith, a Yahoo! (YHOO) board member, speaking with David Faber on CNBC a short while ago, regarding the pending spin of Yahoo!’s investment in Alibaba Group Holding (BABA) as Altaba. Faber asked him about possible return of cash to shareholders.
 Yahoo! Inc. today announced that Amica Insurance is launching a new campaign to help consumers, especially millennials, prepare for their biggest milestones in life.
 A former Yahoo CEO says it's time for Twitter to give up on trying to be a social media network and embrace being a media company.
 Remember GeoCities, Friendster and Ask Jeeves? So do we.
 Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is set to reap some $187 million from her shareholdings as a result of the internet company’s sale of its core business to Verizon.
 Marissa Mayer's five-year tenure at Yahoo produced few results but made her a boatload of money.
 Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is set to make at least $186 million as a result of the company’s sale to Verizon, according to SEC documents . The payout — way higher than the initially reported $23 million — hinges on whether Yahoo shareholders vote in favor of the deal come June 8. The sum that goes to Mayer, however, does not include salary or bonuses over the past five years, which could push her total payout up to more than $200 million.
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 Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has had one of the hardest jobs in the valley, but she'll end up making about $186 million from the company's sale to Verizon: report.
 Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer will likely walk away from her company’s sale to Verizon with $186 million in stock, according to documents sent to investors on Monday. Mayer joined Yahoo in 2012 as its eighth CEO. Verizon started exploring a deal in February, and by June had made its initial offer, according to the SEC filing.
 Yahoo’s departing CEO Marissa Mayer will reportedly earn $186 million from the $4.48 billion Verizon deal.
 Yahoo! sold its business to Verizon Communications last year for $4.5 billion and the deal is expected to close in June.
 The following are the top stories on the New York Times business pages. - President Trump has instructed his advisers to make cutting the corporate tax rate to 15 percent a centerpiece of his tax-cut blueprint to be unveiled this week, according to people with knowledge of his plans, even if that means a significant reduction in revenue that could jettison his campaign promise to curb deficits. - Yahoo Inc shareholders will vote on June 8 on whether to sell the company's internet businesses to Verizon Communications Inc for $4.48 billion.
 Oath, Verizon’s new business that will combine Yahoo and AOL, plans to announce its leadership team tomorrow, but the lineup won’t include most of Yahoo's executives, according to a new report. Citing anonymous sources, USA Today said Monday that several Yahoo executives will not be included in the new Oath leadership list that is expected to be announced on Tuesday.
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