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January 16, 2014
11:06 EDTGOOG, YHOOYahoo slides after COO removed, clash with CEO speculated
Shares of Internet search, mobile app, and content company Yahoo! (YHOO) are lower after the company revealed that Chief Operating Officer Henrique de Castro was removed from his post. Sources say he was fired due to clashing with Chief Executive Officer Marissa Mayer, according to media reports. WHAT'S NEW: De Castro, who was originally recruited by Mayer from Google (GOOG), was removed from the company effective January 16, noted last night in a regulatory filing by Yahoo. The Wall Street Journal reported that Mayer and de Castro repeatedly clashed, quoting a source as saying that Mayer decided de Castro needed to leave after continued pressure from investors to deliver advertising growth. Reuters reported that the news broke to Yahoo employees in a company-wide memo from Mayer that reportedly read, "During my own reflection, I have made the difficult decision that our COO, Henrique de Castro, should leave the company." WHAT'S NOTABLE: Dissension seemed to have started early in 2013 when Business Insider reported on April 4 that Mayer was skeptical about a deal with Dailymotion that de Castro was pushing for. On September 3, Adweek reported, via sources, that de Castro was feeling "increased pressure" to deliver better ad results and was said to have found himself on the outs with Mayer. PRICE ACTION: During mid-morning trading, shares of Yahoo are down 2% to $40.23.
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June 25, 2015
11:38 EDTYHOOStocks with call strike movement; HAL YHOO
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06:31 EDTGOOGMicrosoft focusing on increasing smartphone sales in India, WSJ reports
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06:08 EDTYHOOFacebook hires Yahoo's cybersecurity chief Alex Stamos
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June 24, 2015
19:31 EDTGOOGGoogle exec 'very confident' in YouTube's lead over Facebook video, BI says
In a Business Insider interview at the Cannes Lions advertising festival, Torrence Boone, Google's (GOOG) VP of global agency sales and services, said the company is "very bullish and confident" that Google's YouTube will maintain its lead over Facebook's (FB) efforts in video. Boone explained that the services serve different functions, with YouTube being a more dedicated video platform. Reference Link
18:16 EDTGOOGGoogle, GE, Airbus lead in sheer number of meetings with EU officials
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12:27 EDTGOOGHBO to offer free episodes of 'Ballers', 'The Brink' on Facebook, Variety says
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12:06 EDTYHOOYahoo CEO says focused on search, communications, digital content
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12:01 EDTYHOOYahoo's Mayer says committed to success of Alibaba stake spin-off
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11:59 EDTYHOOYahoo CEO says 'incredibly pleased' with stock performance under current team
11:57 EDTYHOOYahoo CEO says mobile monthly active users up 20% year over year
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11:48 EDTYHOOYahoo CEO says Katie Couric signed multi-year contract renewal
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11:36 EDTYHOOYahoo CEO says Mozilla search pact a 'profitable' deal
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is speaking during the company's annual meeting of shareholders.
11:20 EDTYHOOYahoo volatility at low end of 52-week range into shareholder meeting
Yahoo June weekly call option implied volatility is at 22, July is at 22, August is at 29, October is at 28; compared to its 52-week range 20 of 59, suggesting decreasing price movement into today’s shareholder meeting.
09:30 EDTGOOGGoogle competing with itself after unveiling free music service, Bloomberg says
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06:00 EDTGOOGGoogle held 29 high-level meetings in Brussels in 6 months, Financial Times says
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June 23, 2015
17:50 EDTGOOGGoogle to remove Confederate flag from shopping service and ads, Reuters says
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12:08 EDTGOOGPandora down 1% after Google launches free music service
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12:05 EDTGOOGGoogle launches free, ad-supported music service in U.S.
Google (GOOG) announced via a blob post that Google Play Music now has a "free, ad-supported version" in the U.S. It stated, "Our team of music experts, including the folks who created Songza, crafts each station song by song so you don’t have to. If you’re looking for something specific, you can browse our curated stations by genre, mood, decade or activity, or you can search for your favorite artist, album or song to instantly create a station of similar music." Shares of Pandora (P) ticked lower following Google's announcement.
06:25 EDTGOOGGoogle introduces the News Lab on blog
Google said on its blog that it is launching the News Lab, "a new effort at Google to empower innovation at the intersection of technology and media. Our mission is to collaborate with journalists and entrepreneurs to help build the future of media. And we’re tackling this in three ways: though ensuring our tools are made available to journalists around the world -- and that newsrooms know how to use them; by getting helpful Google data sets in the hands of journalists everywhere; and through programs designed to build on some of the biggest opportunities that exist in the media industry today. The News Lab is a global effort, with teams in the U.S., U.K., France, and Germany to start -- and we’re also powering the training and research arm of Google’s Digital News Initiative in Europe. Google has created many technologies and platforms that have engaged the media industry. As both the media landscape and technology continue to evolve, we believe we can create a more informed world if technologists and journalists work together -- and we’re excited to be part of the effort." Reference Link
06:14 EDTGOOGGetty filed a complaint against Google to EU earlier this year, WSJ reports
Getty Images complained earlier this year to European antitrust authorities that Google unfairly favors its image search service over rivals, the Wall Street Journal reports. The European Commission told Getty in early June that its concerns were valid and added Getty as an “interested third person” in its search manipulation case against the search giant, according to a document reviewed by the Wall Street Journal. Reference Link
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