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  1. ProducerNeil Hughes

    Neil Hughes

    10/01/2017
    What Startups Can Learn from The Rise And Fall of Yahoo!
    What Startups Can Learn from The Rise And Fall of Yahoo! Anyone that looks back to the early dial-up days of the Web through rose tinted glasses of nostalgia will tell you geeky war stories about the browser battle between Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator. They were probably blogging on Angelfire,...
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    Tapiwa Matthew Mutisi
    11/01/2017 #3 Tapiwa Matthew Mutisi
    Great article.
    Chas ✌️ Wyatt
    11/01/2017 #2 Chas ✌️ Wyatt
    "AOL publishers such as TechCrunch, Engadget, and the HuffPost are all aiming to simplify how brands or advertisers serve ad experiences. But, I cannot help but think that they are still trying to keep business models of the past alive, and this is the same mistake made by Yahoo."~ You nailed it here. Not sure about Flickr, as FB's Instagram is too stiff of a competitor for it, but, I'm sure email and Tumblr will contnue under the Verizon umbrella, unless the hemorrhaging becomes to acute to support. Really, what Verizon got was a stake in the Chinese behemoth, Alibaba, which will be a part of investments under the Altaba banner.
    Jan 🐝 Barbosa
    11/01/2017 #1 Jan 🐝 Barbosa
    Great article !!!!
  2. Bolsamanía

    Bolsamanía

    04/10/2016
    Yahoo escaneó emails de sus clientes de forma secreta para los servicios de inteligencia de EEUU
    Bolsamanía
    Yahoo escaneó emails de sus clientes de forma secreta para los servicios de inteligencia de EEUU
    www.bolsamania.com Yahoo escaneó emails de sus clientes de forma secreta para los servicios de inteligencia de EEUU. Según Reuters, la compañía siguió una orden confidencial del gobierno estadounidese. Todavía no se conoce qué tipo de información se facilitaba a los...
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  3. Paul Burge

    Paul Burge

    23/09/2016
    Yahoo didn't notice world's largest ever hack for two years
    Paul Burge
    Yahoo 'state' hackers stole data from 500 million users - BBC News
    www.bbc.com Yahoo says 'state-sponsored' hackers stole information from about 500 million users in 2014 in what appears to be the largest publicly disclosed cyber-breach in...
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