Yahoo Enters Browser Wars with Axis

Thursday, May 24th, 2012
 
Yahoo, one of the pioneers in the Internet industry, has announced its very own “search browser.” Dubbed as Axis, the tool is designed to enhance the search experience of mobile Web users, wherein it combines searching and browsing into a single activity. People using the Axis on their mobile devices see the search results in form of thumbnail images from actual Web pages instead of just boring links
 

Yahoo! CEO Steps Down Amid Resume Padding Shocker

Monday, May 14th, 2012
 
Yahoo has confirmed that its CEO, Scott Thompson, has “left the company” after it was found he padded his resume with a computer science degree that he never received. Thompson served in the struggling Internet pioneer for just four months. Ross Levinsohn, Yahoo’s media chief, will be named interim CEO. The scandal began almost two weeks ago, when it was revealed that Thompson lied about his ed
 

Yahoo! CEO Apologizes for Resume Inaccuracy

Tuesday, May 8th, 2012
 
Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson has apologized for allowing an inaccuracy in his curriculum vitae appear in his official profile. In a memorandum sent Monday to his employees, Thompson said sorry for the uproar caused by the information. The document did not provide explanation as to why Thompson’s bio included a bachelor’s degree in computer science that he never received. Despite the apology, Thompson will
 

Yahoo! CEO Lied About College Degree

Friday, May 4th, 2012
 
Yahoo, the Internet pioneer that has definitely seen better days, has been forced to admit that its newest CEO, Scott Thompson (pictured), has a bloated resume. While Thompson’s credentials include a degree in “accounting and computer science” from Stonehill College near Boston, the truth is that Stonehill began offering computer science degrees four years after the CEO graduated. Instead, Thomps
 

Yahoo! Overhauls Board of Directors

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012
 
The shakeup in Yahoo! continues to rattle. After founder Jerry Yang left the Board of Directors last month, the board continues to shed off old faces in favor of new ones. PC World reports that four members of the board have tendered their resignations. Among those departing the Yahoo’s BOD is Chairman Roy Bostock, ending his four-year reign in that position. He is perhaps most well-known for his refusal t