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  • Yahoo chief defends his record

    By Yi-Wyn Yen

    SAN FRANCISCO - In the past ten months, Yahoo CEO Jerry Yang has faced a hostile takeover attempt by Microsoft, shareholder lawsuits, a proxy fight led by Carl Icahn and, on Wednesday, watched a much-needed partnership with Google (GOOG) go up in flames.  Yet the embattled Yahoo chief says he has no regrets that he took on the job.

    "I didn't make the decision of being the CEO lightly," MORE

    - Nov 5, 2008 11:01 PM ET
  • Analyst: Feds will limit Google-Yahoo pact

    By Yi-Wyn Yen

    The Google-Yahoo search advertising pact will get approval from the Department of Justice in the next few weeks, but not without some serious scaling back of the deal, according to one analyst.

    Thomas Weisel Partners managing director Christa Quarles expects the Justice Department to put limits on how often Yahoo will be allowed to run Google's (GOOG) ads on Yahoo's web properties. Yahoo's revenue-sharing agreement gives the Internet portal flexibility on MORE

    - Sep 24, 2008 3:43 PM ET
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