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November 12, 2012
19:25 EDTGOOG, YHOOYahoo! set to launch 'Gmail-like' email overhaul, AllThingsD says
Yahoo! (YHOO) is said to be planning a reboot of its email service to go along with its new homepage design pushed for by new CEO Marissa Mayer, according to an AllThingsD report citing sources close to the company. According to the report, sources say the new email offering from Yahoo! will have "more Gmail-like" design and is set to be released in early December. Reference Link
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July 21, 2015
16:13 EDTYHOOYahoo down 2.8% to $38.61 after Q2 earnings miss expectations
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16:11 EDTYHOOYahoo says workforce lowered to under 11,000 full-time employees
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16:09 EDTYHOOYahoo CEO says 'extremely pleased' with Q2 achievements
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16:08 EDTYHOOYahoo reports Q2 Ads Sold up 9%
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16:07 EDTYHOOYahoo reports Q2 Paid Clicks up 13%
Gross search revenue was $920M for Q2, an increase of 15% compared to the second quarter of 2014. The number of Paid Clicks increased approximately 13% compared to the second quarter of 2014. Price-per-Click increased approximately 4% compared to the second quarter of 2014.
16:06 EDTYHOOYahoo reports Q2 EPS 16c, consensus 18c
Reports Q2 revenue $1.04B, consensus $1.03B.
15:02 EDTYHOONotable companies reporting after market close
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14:25 EDTYHOOYahoo July weekly 39.50 straddle priced for 4.7% movement into Q2
14:02 EDTGOOGYouTube pulls Streamus app, Variety reports
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13:33 EDTGOOGGoogle acquires Pixate, terms not disclosed
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12:59 EDTGOOG, YHOOEarnings Watch: Tax questions linger into Yahoo Q2 report
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09:56 EDTYHOOSalesforce rallies amid renewed speculation of Microsoft deal
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09:06 EDTGOOGADT Corp. announces partnership with Nest Labs
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07:45 EDTGOOGSell PayPal amid mounting payments competition, Piper says
Shares of PayPal (PYPL) advanced over 5% yesterday in the stock's first day of trading following a split from eBay (EBAY), with the majority of research firms issuing optimistic notes on its prospects. This morning, however, analyst Gene Munster of Piper Jaffray recommends selling the share as competition grows in the digital payments space. BEARS: Munster started shares of PayPal with an Underweight rating, the firm's equivalent of a "Sell," saying increased competition could pressure the stock's multiple over the next 6-24 months. Google's (GOOG) Android Pay and Apple's (AAPL) Apple Pay will give consumers a "real alternative to PayPal" for the first time, Munster tells investors in his research note. In addition, interest in payments from Amazon.com (AMZN) and Facebook (FB) bring potential for more digital wallet offerings, the analyst notes. Munster set a $30 price target for PayPal. Of note, Evercore ISI also started coverage of PayPal shares yesterday with a Sell rating. BULLS: Wells Fargo initiated coverage of PayPal yesterday with an Outperform rating, saying the company's unique assets will enable it to maintain its leadership role in digital payments and benefit from the growth of e-commerce. Also upbeat was Robert W. Baird analyst Colin Sebastian, who contends that PayPal has the top pure play online payment system and is continuing to grow its share of the Internet payment market. PayPal should be able to innovate more effectively after its spin-off, added the analyst, who set a $45 price target on the shares. PRICE ACTION: Shares of PayPal are pointing toward further gains in their second day of standalone trading, with the stock up about 2.7% to $41.55 in pre-market trading.
07:36 EDTGOOGGoogle shutting down Google+ Photos beginning August 1
Google said in a blog post, "In May, we launched Google Photos as the home for all your photos and videos. With Google Photos you can store unlimited high quality photos and videos for free, find photos fast, and see them organized by what matters to you. Plus, you can bring moments to life and share anywhere with anyone. In an effort to ensure everyone has the best photos experience we can deliver, on August 1st we’ll start to shut down Google+ Photos -- initially on Android, and soon thereafter on the Web and iOS. If you’re still using Google+ Photos, now is a great time to make the switch. You may have seen a prompt in Google+ Photos on Android with a link to download the new Google Photos. Don’t worry, all your photos and videos will still be saved and available after you switch to the new, stand-alone Google Photos app. With the new app you’ll still be able to backup, edit, and share your photos and videos, with unlimited storage, automatic organization, and more." Reference Link
06:38 EDTYHOOYahoo volatility increases into Q2 and outlook
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06:19 EDTGOOGSilicon Valley giants side with Samsung in battle with Apple, InsideSources says
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06:07 EDTYHOOONUG: Yahoo hires VP of global network from Symantec
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05:50 EDTYHOOYahoo could drop below $38 on negative tax announcement, says Piper Jaffray
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05:34 EDTGOOGPayPal initiated with an Underweight at Piper Jaffray
Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster started shares of PayPal (PYPL) with an Underweight rating saying increased competition could pressure the stock's multiple over the next 6-24 months. Underweight is Piper's equivalent of a sell rating. Google's (GOOG) Android Pay and Apple's (AAPL) Apple Pay will give consumers a "real alternative to PayPal" for the first time, Munster tells investors in a research note. In addition, interest in payments from Amazon.com (AMZN) and Facebook (FB) bring potential for more digital wallet offerings, the analyst notes. Munster set a $30 price target for PayPal, which began trading yesterday following a spinoff from parent company eBay (EBAY). Shares of the online payment system closed Monday up $2.08 to $40.47.
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