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

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg speaks to employees

Zuckerberg to take 2-month paternity leave

Facebook chief to leave social network in hands of other staff

Yahoo tests locking out adblocker users

Tech group tries to fight back and protect revenues from adverts

Special Reports

Your ad here. illustration by James Ferguson ©James Ferguson

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

data thief illustration ©Øivind Hovland

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

Starboard tells Yahoo to halt Alibaba plan

Activist investor urges tech group to sell core businesses

There’s no place like Yahoo — Mayer is right

Chief’s move to make staff vow to stay is smart, just like ‘Wizard of Oz’ dress-up idea for management

Yahoo looks to Google to reboot search

Mayer’s deal with former employer is latest move in turnround

Yahoo: Desperate search for growth

Revenues are under pressure and a deal with Google only buys a little time

Yahoo in search drive with Google deal

Group cuts guidance after earnings and revenue miss forecasts

Founder and executive chairman of Alibaba Group Jack Ma gestures during a speech at the National Taiwan University (NTU) in Taipei on March 3, 2015
©Sam Yeh/AFP/Getty Images

Cameron appoints Ma to advisory group

Alibaba founder with no obvious link to UK joins business board

Square poaches key Yahoo executive

Jacqueline Reses was a key executive in Yahoo’s Alibaba spin-off

Twitter: cut to the chase

Job cuts at the social media company are no answer to flagging growth

The loneliness of long-term home workers

We need to go to the office to convince ourselves that what we do has some purpose

Apple approves adblocker for mobile apps

Been Choice filters ads in native apps including Facebook, Yahoo

Snapchat to launch sponsored selfies

Messaging app pitching new advertising format to marketers

Digicel first to block ads on network

Operator wants internet companies to pay for access to customers

Yahoo presses on with Alibaba spin-off

IRS is unhappy about such sales that do not incur tax charge

Yahoo’s options for Alibaba stake

Potential choices after concerns were raised about group’s plans

Dawn Airey named as Getty Images chief

Former Yahoo European head to focus on new revenue streams

New blow for Yahoo’s Alibaba spin-off bid

US taxman says it has serious concerns with similar deals

Internet companies: size-ist

Blindly worshipping a handful of big tech groups is not rational

Yahoo’s chief marketing officer quits

Savitt defection comes days after tax ruling against group

Airey departs from Yahoo

Exit after two years of heading European operations

Yahoo: spinning around

Lack of IRS blessing should not halt Alibaba stake sale

Tax rebuff clouds Yahoo spin-off plan

$23bn Alibaba stake in doubt after IRS denies guidance request

All to play for: Nigel and Lesley Eccles are co-founders of FanDuel
©Gary Doak

FanDuel’s ascent in US fantasy sports

Co-founder of the Edinburgh start-up recently valued at $1bn explains its rapid expansion

Yelp in need of a good review

Listings app faces challenges of sinking share price, competition and forthcoming documentary

Rakuten to offer electricity online

Japanese ecommerce group weighs tie-up with Marubeni

Dan Loeb, founder and chief executive officer of Third Point LLC, attends the Lincoln Center Fall Gala at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York, U.S., on Monday, Oct. 21, 2013. The event raised $3.2 million. Photographer: Amanda Gordon/Bloomberg *** Local Caption *** Dan Loeb

Loeb ruling raises hurdles for activists

Third Point settles charges that funds violated antitrust rules

Facebook calls for global cyber security

Security chief says need defences to go beyond “the 1 per cent”

©FT montage/Getty

Cyber insecurity: Going dark

US tech companies are shielding more data from government. But is it now harder to track terrorists?

Traffic acquisition costs hold back Yahoo

Revenue increases at fastest rate for nine years

Yahoo files for Alibaba spin-off

15% holding in Chinese ecommerce group worth about $32bn

A mobile phone with music-streaming apps
©Charlie Bibby

InternetQ hints at music streaming sale

Spin-off of Akazoo will make future bid ‘something to consider’

Yahoo: taking a punt

Tech group is hoping the Bills and the Jaguars will be a big draw

Yahoo wins rights to live stream NFL game

Top US sports league eyes deeper digital media push

Snapchat $650m raising includes Alibaba

Ephemeral message app reveals size of fundraising in SEC filing

Yahoo: tail spin

How good are company’s tax lawyers?

A hand blocks the view of a computer screen showing a Google search page

Storm over EU court ruling rumbles on

Search engines have been left to act as judge and jury

Yahoo moves to allay Alibaba tax fears

Group says change to spin-off rules would not affect ruling requests

FILE: Verizon Announce $4.4 Billion Purchase Of AOL PALO ALTO, CA - FEBRUARY 07: The AOL logo is posted on a sign in front of the AOL Inc. offices on February 7, 2011 in Palo Alto, California. Online company AOL Inc. announced today that it is purchasing online news website Huffington Post for $315 million. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Q&A: How Verizon was attracted to AOL

Internet pioneer has changed a lot since the days of its ‘you’ve got mail’ slogan

Dave Goldberg, entrepreneur, 1967-2015

SurveyMonkey chief executive and husband of Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg