Marissa Mayer says she doesn't know how Yahoo got hacked

Former Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer admitted on Capitol Hill Wednesday that the Silicon Valley giant still doesn’t understand how hackers managed to compromise the information of billions of Yahoo users.

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Oscar Mayer's 'Wienerdrone' drops hot dogs from a great height

Spotting a marketing opportunity rather than a gap in the market, Oscar Mayer has gone and built the WienerDrone, a “delivery drone” capable of dropping hot dogs from a great height.

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Yahoo punishes CEO in latest fallout from security breakdown

Yahoo is punishing CEO Marissa Mayer and parting ways with its top lawyer for the mishandling of two security breaches that exposed the personal information of more than 1 billion users and already have cost the company $350 million.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/03/02/yahoo-punishes-ceo-in-latest-fallout-from-security-breakdown.html

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Why Marissa Mayer couldn't save Yahoo

Mayer was touted as the best chance to save the aging Internet company after years of failed management, questionable billion-dollar acquisitions, an inability to decide whether to focus on tech or media, and a struggle to reverse its falling ad sales business. Instead, Mayer will likely go down as the last CEO to run Yahoo as an independent company due to a similar list of mistakes.

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Restless Shareholders Pelt Mayer With Yahoo Merger Proposals


Alternative Investment Management this weekend sent a letter to Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, urging her to consider merging with SoftBank. That request came a few days after Starboard Value sent Mayer a missive recommending that Yahoo acquire AOL. The proposals are independent of one another, but the investors making them are following the same line of reasoning. Shareholders want to see results from the investments they have made and they are easily frustrated when companies don’t take steps to monetize certain assets or follow certain strategies.

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