How Can You Miss Us if We Won’t Go Away? Paczkowski and Swisher Highlights From AllThingsD.

And so it goes in Silicon Valley.
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Meh Is the New Up: Yahoo Meets Lackluster Q2 Expectations and Lowers Guidance

Revenue growth continues to elude the Silicon Valley Internet giant.
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Yahoo Beats Q4 Earnings Estimates on Flattish Revenue; Bought Back $1.45 Billion in Shares

A little up is better than a little down.
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Liveblogging Yahoo’s Q2 Earnings: The 100 Percent Less Marissa Edition (Sigh)

Here’s the only news: No new CEO on the call.
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China Solution: Yahoo, SoftBank and Alibaba Reach Agreement

Yahoo, SoftBank and Alibaba have reached an agreement in their contentious dispute around the Alipay payments unit.
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Liveblogging Microsoft Q4 Earnings: I’m So Excited and I Just Can’t Hide It

Microsoft had a solid fourth quarter, which is why the conference call with Wall Street analysts should be relatively short and sweet. Or sweet, at least.
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The Anti-Nokia-Yahoo Charts: The Microsoft-Shoots-Scores-in-Q4 Data

Microsoft has a lot to crow about in its fourth-quarter earnings today, including a 30 percent jump in profits and strong overall growth in its many divisions.
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Yahoo Revenues Down Again in Q2, With Weakness in Search and U.S. Display Ad Sales

Yahoo turned in another flat performance in the second quarter, with $1.08 billion in revenue, which was slightly below Wall Street expectations. Earnings per share were right on target, though, at 18 cents each, an increase of 18 percent.
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Liveblogging Demand Media's Q1 Earnings: Perky Perfecting!

Today, after Demand Media beat Wall Street expectations, its cheerful execs got on the horn with investors to explain how it plans to beat the Panda. That would be the beastly name for Google’s rejiggering of its search algorithm, in order to rid search results of poor quality content. BoomTown liveblogged the event, of course.

Demand Media Beats the Street in Q1 Earnings and Promises to Clean Up Its Content Act

Demand Media handily beat Wall Street expectations in its first quarter results today, released after the market closed. The company reported revenue of $79.5 million and six cents a share in adjusted net income. Investors were expecting the company to report about $69.6 million in revenue for the three months, with four cents a share in profits. On a GAAP basis, net loss per share was 13 cents compared to 94 cents a year ago.