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Yahoo Gets a Big Lift from China, a Little One from Everything Else

Yahoo posted strong quarterly results Monday, blowing past analysts' expectations, even without its one-time gain from saling part of its stake in China's Alibaba. But Yahoo has beat the targets for three quarters running. What it hasn't been able to do is drum up much revenue growth.

Marissa Mayer to Move Yahoo Back to Tech Roots

Long torn between whether it should focus on media content or on tools and technologies, Yahoo under Marissa Mayer is being positioned firmly in the latter camp, according to sources inside and outside the company.

10 Brands Losing the Most Value

By Mike Sauter Once again, Coca-Cola (KO) landed the top spot in Interbrand's ranking of the most valuable brands in the world, with Apple (AAPL)...

10 Brands Losing the Most Value

While some of the biggest brands have grown their values by more than 20% since last year's report by Interbrand, others have fallen precipitously. Here are the brands that lost the most value over the past year.

3 Reasons Why New Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer Could Get It Right

Longtime Google executive Marissa Mayer will be the next CEO of struggling dot-com pioneer Yahoo --the company's fifth leader in as many years. Turning Yahoo around would be a pretty daunting task, but there are some good reasons to believe Mayer has a shot.

Zagat and Google: A Match Made in Foodie Heaven?

On Thursday morning, the announcement went out across the land: Google, the undisputed masters of search, had acquired Zagat, America's best-known and most highly-regarded restaurant review company. The companies presented the merger in rosy terms, but it didn't take long for the snarky critiques to begin.

Google's Search Queen On Users Changing Behavior

In an interview with DailyFinance, Marissa Mayer, Google vice president of search products and user experience, explains how the new Google Instant will change the way people search for information online.

Google Images Unveils a New Look and Feel

Google unveiled a major redesign of its Google Images search page Tuesday, aiming to provide users with an easier way to find the right images. For Google, the move marks its largest redesign since its images site launched in 2001, and a shot across the bow at Microsoft's Bing.