What Really Matters for Yahoo!
Apr 20th 2012 12:18PM
Updated Apr 20th 2012 12:34PM
The following video is part of our "Motley Fool Conversations" series, in which advisor Charly Travers and analyst Jason Moser discuss topics across the investing world.
New Yahoo! CEO Scott Thompson has taken control of the conversation around Yahoo!, shifting the market's attention away from the negotiations around the monetization of its Asian assets and toward his strategy for Yahoo!'s core assets. Charly thinks this is the right move as it takes the pressure off the company to strike a hasty deal with Alibaba Group or Softbank with respect to Yahoo! Japan. Yahoo! has clear challenges ahead as it works to improve the profitability of its Web properties, particularly with the rapid shift of consumer content consumption to mobile devices.
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