Exclusive: FTC Asking Questions About Third Point’s Yahoo Stake

The “non-public investigation” could involve the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvement Act.

Can Yahoo’s Busy New Board All Row in One Direction?

It’s like being in a boy band, but less pretty.

They Shoot Yahoo CEOs, Don’t They? But Not Without a Really Smoking Gun and a Much Stronger Board.

While many across the blogosphere — including some very clever tweets — called for the head of Scott Thompson tout de suite, that’s just not going to happen. At least for now. And here’s why.

Nobody Puts Dan Loeb in the Corner: Third Point Begins Proxy Bombing Yahoo in 3 … 2 … 1

And if you prefer to go all “Fatal Attraction” instead of “Dirty Dancing,” the activist shareholder is not going to be ignored!

Ready to Rumble or Make Nice? Activist Shareholder Daniel Loeb Could Strike Sooner Than Yahoo Thinks.

It’s like the movie “The Gray,” except it’s not clear yet who gets eaten and who does the eating.

One More Reason to Occupy Wall Street: “Concern” Over Accurate Tech News

Worrywart Wall Street is agonizing over facts.

Four Yahoo Board Members to Depart, Two New Ones Arrive and Three More on the Way (Like I Said)

Yahoo moves chairs around the deck some more.

New Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson Has Big Plans, but Can’t Tell You About Them

In the meantime, you’ve got to be comfortable with the fact that he has plans.