Radical restructure

The internet company has undergone a radical restructuring as it fights to restore growth following the sacking of chief executive Carol Bartz and sweeping job cuts

Co-founder Filo returns to Yahoo board

Marissa Mayer receives $25m package in 2013

Alibaba helps Yahoo meet profit forecasts

US internet group’s shares rise 10% on quarterly figures

Special Reports

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Future of search, media, people, networking apps, online video, social network and privacy

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Security experts on both sides of the Atlantic are calling for closer co-operation with businesses

Q&A: Tips on repelling the Heartbleed bug

Researchers say flaw leaves email sites and banks vulnerable

Nine to five: great way to make a living

Only a strict routine can stop our jobs silting up our lives

‘Heartbleed bug’ threatens web traffic

Flaw could expose user data and content to cyber criminals

Sotheby’s hits back in battle with Loeb

Aggressive response by auction house to activist investor’s board bid

Yahoo shareholders eye Alibaba payday

Few clues how US internet group might spend proceeds of its stake

Chinese internet: Mobile wars

China’s big three online rivals are transforming inefficient sectors of the economy

HK hedge funds conjure up Alibaba shares

Synthetic shares sold by investment banks as certificates

Yahoo steps up data collection drive

Group to drop use of Facebook and Google sign-ins on its services

Britain’s spy agency caught in webcam row

Yahoo furious over new Snowden leaks

Orange chairman and chief executive Stéphane Richard

Orange in talks with Microsoft

French group considers sale of minority stake in Dailymotion

D’Aloisio invests in web store developer

Summly founder makes first investment with Yahoo! proceeds

Alibaba growth slows ahead of IPO

Yahoo numbers show deceleration at Chinese ecommerce group

Yahoo suffers from Alibaba slowdown

Mayer ‘encouraged’ despite advertising disappointment

Technology companies strike US data deal

Facebook, Google and others win transparency concession

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Nick D’Aloisio

The 18-year-old who sold his start-up to Yahoo for an estimated $30m talks to Jonathan Ford about the business of skim-reading and being a time-poor teenager

Goldman weighs ban on trader message services

Move would reduce risk to proprietary information

Expert panel to probe internet governance

Global commission will propose rules to protect citizen rights

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Yahoo loses second top chief in a week

Editor-in-chief quits online group within days of COO’s departure

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Executive pay: counting the cost

Complex salary structures are a mounting burden

Yahoo’s Mayer yet to click with marketers

Group is losing advertising share despite chief’s dazzle

Yahoo’s magic numbers fail to add up

Henrique De Castro’s departures follows a decline in advertising

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Yahoo’s chief operating officer departs

Henrique de Castro was Marissa Mayer’s first big appointment

Yahoo unveils new ad platforms

Fight to reverse fall in share of digital ad revenues

Pressure to end digital ‘tax bonanza’

Top US tech groups pay combined £54m in Britain

Evidence grows over US tech tax bills

FT investigation shows just how low payments to HMRC are

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China bans new Bitcoin deposits

Exchanges barred from accepting fresh inflows of cash

Tech groups call for end to US data spying

Apple and Google among groups protesting over data mining

Activists sell shares: watch them closely

Sweetheart deals for activist shareholders may be good for ordinary investors, too

Issuers in charge as ‘no-no’ deals return

Increasingly favourable financing terms raise bubble fears

Katie Couric

Yahoo appoints Katie Couric to anchor role

Move aims to boost company’s media content and attract new users

Twitter makes it harder to spy on users

Microblog service adds forward secrecy

Yahoo: buyback trap

US group’s buzz has not led to growth in operating business yet

Yahoo spurs US convertible bond sales

Companies look to take advantage of strong US equities rally

Wave of telecoms and tech M&A predicted

Research predicts consolidation around key companies

Rakuten: agency model

Investors are right to study Japan’s ecommerce giant ahead of Alibaba’s float

Google and Al Gore tried to woo Twitter

Companies and celebrities wanted to buy the messaging platform

US admits spying has ‘reached too far’

Obama administration attempts to damp down NSA scandal

Google ‘outraged’ by latest NSA claims

Internet groups seek to reassure users