TechCrunch  Aug 2  Comment 
 Elizabeth Holmes, the founder and CEO of beset blood analysis startup Theranos, is no longer mentioned on the Presidential Ambassadors for Global Entrepreneurship (PAGE) website. Holmes announced she had joined the Obama administration’s...
The Economic Times  Aug 1  Comment 
Companies like AOL, Yahoo, started on a terrific note with massive valuation during explosive boom period of dotcom but lost ground by a crippling bust.
TechCrunch  Jul 25  Comment 
 Following a months-long bidding process, Verizon announced this morning that it’s acquiring Yahoo’s core business for $4.83 billion. The goal, it seems, is to merge Yahoo with AOL (which Verizon acquired last year) to form a single...
Financial Times  Jul 25  Comment 
Verizon’s deal creates web ads alternative to Google and Facebook
Clusterstock  Jul 25  Comment 
It's official: Verizon is acquiring Yahoo's core business for $4.83 billion. The deal, officially announced Monday morning, will see the end of an era for Yahoo. But in Verizon's announcement of the deal, AOL CEO Tim Armstrong also uttered a...
Clusterstock  Jul 25  Comment 
When Verizon announced its $4.83 billion deal to acquire Yahoo on Monday, it also highlighted one of its longtime executives. Marni Walden has taken on the job of merging Yahoo with AOL, which Verizon bought for $4.4 billion last year. As...
Financial Times  Jul 25  Comment 
$4.8bn sale to Verizon brings dotcom pioneer under same roof as AOL
TechCrunch  Jul 25  Comment 
 Today Verizon confirmed that it plans to acquire Yahoo’s core assets — search, advertising and content, along with Yahoo’s Sunnyvale real estate — for $4.83 billion in cash. That business will in turn be combined with AOL, which...
NPR  Jul 25  Comment 
The deal comes more than a year after Verizon paid $4.4 billion to acquire AOL; as part of Verizon, Yahoo will join the same division AOL currently occupies.
MarketWatch  Jul 25  Comment 
Verizon confirms Yahoo acquisition plan; to be integrated with AOL

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