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SeekingAlpha  Oct 6  Comment 
By Rocco Pendola: Hedge fund manager Eric Jackson wants Marissa Mayer fired. Starboard wants Yahoo (NASDAQ:YHOO) to merge with AOL (NYSE:AOL). Another firm wants M&A with Softbank. Everybody has a snide remark on reports Yahoo will make an...
TechCrunch  Oct 3  Comment 
 Yep — now there’s an Uber for cash. I first became aware Nimbl earlier this afternoon, when I saw some skeptical commentary about it on Twitter. The idea, basically, is that you can use the app to call a Nimbl “runner”, who will bring...
Motley Fool  Oct 2  Comment 
The two companies would be stronger together, and more able to compete with Google and Facebook for ad dollars.
Clusterstock  Oct 2  Comment 
As we noted last week, the activist investor who launched a campaign against Yahoo wants to combine the company's operations with AOL. The investor, Starboard, also tantalizingly suggested that this combination would leave AOL as the surviving...
TheStreet.com  Sep 30  Comment 
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- AOL shares are up 0.95% to $44.78 on Tuesday after analysts at Nomura raised their price target to $48 from $43 while maintaining its "neutral" rating on the company's shares. The updated rating comes a day after AOL...
TheStreet.com  Sep 30  Comment 
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- One-time dialup Internet provider AOLa aheld its second annual "programmatic upfront" on Monday, all part of establishing CEO Tim Armstrong's companyaat the forefront of theanew technologies remakingaadvertising,...
SeekingAlpha  Sep 29  Comment 
By Douglas Ehrman: Ever since the record setting Alibaba (NYSE:BABA) IPO, investors have been wondering what will become of Yahoo (NASDAQ:YHOO), both as a company and as a stock. Then, last week, when Starboard came out in favor of a merger with...
SeekingAlpha  Sep 29  Comment 
By Stone Fox Capital: The bizarre news of the day is that an activist shareholder wants two Internet pioneers to merge. The interesting part is that both stocks jumped nearly 4% on the news despite any logical reason for a merger from an...
USAToday.com  Sep 29  Comment 
An activist investor wants Yahoo to merge with AOL. But would Yahoo-AOL be a success?





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