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Tech's Highest-Paid CEOs

Yahoo's Marissa Mayer is the second-highest paid CEO in the tech world this year. Who's No. 1, and who else made the Top 12 list? Read on:

5 Women CEOs Who Are Saving Tech

A new trend is surfacing in the Fortune 500. When once-great companies find themselves in trouble, they're beginning to appoint women CEOs to get them out of the woods.

Yahoo Approves $1.1B Deal for Tumblr

Yahoo's rumored $1.1 billion cash acquisition deal for social blogging site Tumblr has been approved by the company's board of directors, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Yahoo, Intel Earnings Set Up Market Decline

Yahoo's earnings rose 36% from a year ago, but the company's new management team remains under pressure to prove that its turnaround plan is working. Intel's net fell 25%.

Amazon Inks $600 Million Deal with CIA for Cloud Computing

Amazon has reportedly won a $600 million dollar, 10-year contract to supply cloud computing services to the CIA. The online retailer will help the spy agency build a private cloud infrastructure to keep up with emerging technologies.

What Yahoo's 'No Remote Work' Policy Will Cost Its Employees?

With Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer mandating that all her employees start working in the office, many of Yahoo's former telecommuters will be hit with significant new expenses -- especially those who are parents. We've done some back-of-the-envelope calculations to see how much of a hit they'll take.

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.

Will Yang's Yahoo Departure Appease Angry Investors?

Yahoo's embattled co-founder Jerry Yang is off the board, but for disgruntled investor Third Point LLC, that's not good enough. The hedge fund with a 5.2% stake in Yahoo wants to take down Chairman Roy Bostock and potentially three other directors.

What to Watch This Week: New CEOs, Cars, Homes, Tech

It'll be an interesting week in the news of the new: Yahoo has a fresh CEO, auto shows and the CES will show off the latest in cars and tech, and a major homebuilder will tell us how new construction is doing. (Oh, and JP Morgan will give us a clue about how the banks are faring.)

Who Will Win the Yahoo! Sweepstakes?

Shares of Yahoo have been on a white-knuckled roller-coaster ride since the company hired an investment banker to explore shareholder-juicing possibilities, including an outright sale. Reuters has claimed that Microsoft is considering another run at its search partner, but Bloomberg dissents. Who else might buy the dot-com giant?

After Carol Bartz: Buy Yahoo!

Carol Bartz was CEO of Yahoo! until yesterday, when she was unceremoniously fired. During her three year-tenure, Bartz pushed the stock price up 6.6%. Now the online giant's shares have moved roughly the same amount on news of her departure. But the market didn't send shares of Yahoo! higher because Bartz is gone, but rather because of what may come next.

Yahoo's Bartz Out as CEO

Internet company Yahoo announced late Tuesday that it had fired Carol Bartz as CEO. After more than two years of financial lethargy, investors became convinced that she couldn't steer Yahoo to a long-promised turnaround.

YouTube Draws Nearly 40% of Online Video Visits

YouTube has been a powerhouse in the online video arena since well before Google bought it. YouTube dominates the sector, accounting for nearly four out of 10 online video viewing sessions in the U.S. in May. What's still a question is how much the video-sharing site will add to Google profits.

Why Yahoo Could Be Worth More If It Split Up

Alibaba Group CEO Jack Ma told the the AllThingsD D9 conference that Yahoo! should be broken into pieces. Ma may be in the midst of a beef with the search company, which holds a major stake in his firm, but despite the idea's source, a break-up could make sense financially.

The Alibaba Fraud Case Could Be a Weight on Yahoo

Yahoo, which holds roughly 40% of Alibaba's Chinese parent, Alibaba Group Holding, had been pining for an IPO of the e-commerce giant's sister company, Taobao. Now, though, with a fraud probe underway, Yahoo's chances of cashing in on an IPO just got slimmer.