Exclusive: Ross Levinsohn Departs Yahoo

The Hair bows out.

Exclusive: Yahoo’s Thompson Out; Levinsohn In; Board Settlement With Loeb Nears Completion

The final shoe — shoe store, really — drops.

Place Your Bets: Will Loeb Drop Another Bomb on Yahoo at Vegas Confab Later Today?

There are pretty good odds, but it’s a gamble for the activist investor to find a way to top his last act.

As Yahoo CEO Reaches Out to Top Staff, Board Meets to Weigh “Options” (I.E., Deciding Who Gets to Take the Borked Bio Blame)

On tonight’s Silicon Valley version of “Game of Thrones,” King Scott Thompson tries to assuage, while the board potentates sharpen their knives.

Health Help: Former Sun CEO Jonathan Schwartz Talks About New CareZone Start-Up (Video)

Here’s a very intriguing new social networking site called CareZone, aimed at helping people managing chronic health care issues. (I can tell you, based on my own recent scare, it’s needed.)

Three Months After Bartz’s Firing, It’s Hurry Up and Wait at Yahoo (A Big Honking Update)

Still no sale or investment deal. No new CEO. No Asia resolution. And, perhaps most importantly, no clearly articulated strategy going forward. Other than that …

Tech Stocks — Even Those With Strong Results — Tank Hard With the Market Today

Could the bad stock market mean worse for tech stocks? Yes, indeedy.


Apple: JMP Says Hold on Hon Hai Deceleration

Shares of Apple are down sharply after JMP Securities analyst Alex Gauna today cut his rating on the stock to Market Perform from Outperform, writing that the crisis in Japan threatens to compound what seems already to have been a deceleration in production at Apple’s main contract assembler, Hon Hai Precision.

Worldwide IT Spending Growth Speeds Up, Gartner Says

Good news, right? Yes, but it’s complicated by the weakness of the U.S. dollar.

eBay Plans Options Water Safety Course

GOOG at $398? Clearly, You're Dyslexic.

Ménage à YHOO


Damn You, SkyMall!