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Chief Domestic Sales Officer Resigns  The company will merge search and display advertising departments in the U.S. as Yahoo fights to catch up with online search leader Google 2Q Profit Dips, Financial Malaise Continues  The malaise dragged on as Yahoo's profit slipped slightly and revenue growth lagged behind the pace of the online ad market that it once led Congress launches investigation Of Yahoo  The investigators plan to look into whether Yahoo misrepresented the company's role in the arrest of a Chinese journalist sentenced to a decade... Yahoo Adds Features to Popular E-Mail  The program is including software that allows pc users to type text messages on a keyboard and send them directly to someone's cell phone Yahoo Inc. to Reorganize Management  Gregory Coleman, the global sales executive VP, will leave in February as his responsibilities are folded into a new division Yahoo to buy ad network BlueLithium  Yahoo is buying online advertising network for $300 million in cash, building upon an expansion aimed at ending a financial malaise Yahoo to Sell Online Ads for Bebo  Yahoo Inc. will sell most of the display advertising for England's online social network Yahoo To Purchase Zimbra For $350M  Yahoo is buying e-mail service in an all-cash deal that may open a new revenue channel for the slumping Internet icon Lawmaker: Yahoo knew China's intent
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Online Mapping Service Upgraded  Yahoo's mapping service in the U.S. will begin giving driving directions in 34 European countries to lure traffic away from AOL and Google CEO Upbeat Despite Shareholders  Terry Semel faced shareholders who have watched their investments shrivel while Google sprinted further ahead in the online ad race CEO Terry Semel steps down from post
AT&T partnership's report hurts stock  The shares sank% after a report that its partnership with AT&T to offer co-branded Internet service is in trouble 1Q profit falls 11%, missing estimates  The investors have been betting that the Internet icon had regained its stride after stumbling through much of 2006 Partnership with newspaper consortium  The publishers of more than 260 U.S. newspapers are hitching online aspirations to Internet powerhouse Imprisoned Chinese Dissident Sues Yahoo  Wang Xiaoning, 57, and Yu Ling, 55, of Beijing sued Yahoo! for releasing e-mail that led to the husband's arrest and torture Reports: Microsoft Pursuing Yahoo

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  Microsoft is resuming its pursuit of search engine operator that could help it better compete with search leader Google. Yahoo shares surged 18%

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  The chief executive of internet search firm has quit his position and has been replaced by co-founder Jerry Yang.    Semel has been under pressure amid disappointing trading results and the growing...

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  Rep. Tom Lantos: Yahoo misled Congress regarding information the Internet company gave to Chinese authorities about the journalist Shi Tao
Oct.17 3Q Progress Encourages Investors  The report exceeded lowered expectations. Yang detailed his plans to emphasize the Web site's strengths while continuing to dump the deadwood

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Nov.5 House committee chair lambasts Yahoo
  Tom Lantos angrily rejected explanation for why Yahoo provided incomplete info to Congress about its role in the arrest of a Chinese journalist
Nov.13 Yahoo, Jailed Journalists Settle Lawsuit
  Yahoo, reeling from a growing backlash over human rights, settled a lawsuit that accused it of illegally helping the Chinese government

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