A recent blog posted by the Internet search leader came in response to a Wall Street Journal op-ed piece in which Nextag CEO Jeffrey Katz slammed the company and its practices.
The tech world moves so fast that you've probably forgotten about at least some of the big flops that have already happened this year. Here's a quick rundown to keep you in the loop.
With its new browser, Yahoo is trying to change not only the search game but also to reverse its image as a troubled company.
Although Microsoft and Yahoo are search partners, Microsoft's Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) may complain that Yahoo's new Axis search add-on is slowing down the browser.
Yahoo’s Axis browser is fast and simple to use and the read later syncing feature across devices works as advertised, but it’s not a new idea.
Yahoo has agreed to sell off about half of its stake in Alibaba Group back to the Chinese e-commerce giant as part of a $7.1 billion deal.
Yahoo today launched Genome, a new tool that allows online advertisers take advantage of the company's extensive experience with big data analytics.
Scott Thompson isn't the first executive from an IT company to be forced out due to false information on the resume. The ignominious list contains other CEOs, CFOs and even the IT Head of the US Department of Homeland Security.
Thompson revealed he has cancer as evidence arose that seemed to contradict his story about his padded resume, according to the Journal.
Analysis: The Web weighs in on Thompson's resignation over his resume, and the ruckus it caused.