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Yahoo!, Mayer and Starboard

Activist investors don't want Yahoo! to throw good capital after bad.

Kass Katch: Buy Yahoo!

The sum-of-the-parts analysis yields a far richer share price vs. current levels. "[Yahoo will seek to] maximize long-term value for shareholders [in any deal involving the remaining stake in Alibaba]. . . . Please do not mistake our silence as a la...

The Daily Dose: Holiday Sneak Peek

Companies must show gross margin expansion.

The Friday Wrap

The Friday Wrap

We'll be watching for signs of Ukraine fallout over the weekend.

The Friday Wrap

The Friday Wrap

Be far more selective, but recognize where opportunity lies.

Recommended Reading

Run, don't walk, to read Eric Jackson's latest column on Yahoo!. By Ed Ponsi In case you missed it, Eric Jackson made some excellent points in yesterday's column on Yahoo! (YHOO), contrasting its ad revenue growth with AOL's (AOL). Although shares o...

AOL upgraded at Cantor

U.S. Markets Close Flat; S&P 500 Near 2-Month Low

U.S. Markets Close Flat; S&P 500 Near 2-Month Low

U.S. markets ended Wednesday close to where they started the day, pretty much flat.

AOL Keeps Growing While Yahoo! Is Stuck

AOL Keeps Growing While Yahoo! Is Stuck

The difference is that AOL is executing a clear plan, and Yahoo! is not.

This Morning's Market Setup

Where it began. The rundown: U.S. futures are falling further after yesterday's breakdown. (S&P futures are down by 5 handles, and Nasdaq futures are 17 handles lower.) European stocks are very weak, with losses of over 1.25%. Nikkei is down by 1.05...

That Was the Week That Was

That Was the Week That Was

Let's review.

Why Yahoo! Should Buy AOL

Why Yahoo! Should Buy AOL

A late-night drink between CEOs has people talking.

AOL Needs Some Profitable Growth

AOL Needs Some Profitable Growth

Programmatic ads must bear fruit for the stocks to move.

Yahoo! Becomes Interesting Again

Yahoo! Becomes Interesting Again

The rumored bid for Fullscreen and Alibaba's IPO are positive.

Millennial Media CEO Steps Up

Millennial Media CEO Steps Up

And that has sent the stock soaring.

AOL estimates, target reduced at JMP

AOL price target cut at UBS

Facebook-WhatsApp Fallout

Facebook-WhatsApp Fallout

The transaction fueled the bubbly action in the market leaders early in 2014.

Facebook-WhatsApp Fallout

The transaction fueled the bubbly action in the market leaders early in 2014. Worshiping at the altar of price works -- until it doesn't. New tech and social media companies are nothing more than information aggregators driven by advertising that ha...

The Week Ahead: A Rare Climb

The Week Ahead: A Rare Climb

After last week's pop, here's what to watch in the next few days.

Earnings Scorecard: Looking Ahead to Facebook and Netflix

Earnings Scorecard: Looking Ahead to Facebook and Netflix

Netflix reports on Monday, and analysts expect $0.83 a share on $1.27 billion in revenue. On Wednesday, analysts expect Facebook to report $0.24 a share on $2.35 billion in revenue.

Where's the Bottom for Yelp?

Where's the Bottom for Yelp?

It could be a lot lower.

AOL Investor Mtg.

Yahoo!'s Core Question

Yahoo!'s Core Question

Is fear of Marissa Mayer's next move already built into the shares?

Adapt or Die

Adapt or Die

Companies that can't respond to the changing landscape are doomed.

The Anti-Cramer Strikes Back

JIm "El Capitan" Cramer is in support of Elon Musk in his opening missive "Hats off to Elon Musk." Respectfully, for reasons mentioned previously, and upcoming, my view is that Jimmy's optimism is unjustified. To me, Elon Musk (Tesla (TSLA)) in 2014...

Shorted More Tesla

My short cost basis now approximates $212 a share. I shorted more Tesla (TSLA) in after hours last night between $218 and $224 a share. My short cost basis now approximates $212 a share. As a professional short seller, I am acutely aware of the risk...

AOL Shares Are Distressed, Baby!

AOL Shares Are Distressed, Baby!

It looks like a good time to swoop in and buy the stock.

Investors Like What They See at AOL

Investors Like What They See at AOL

It still needs to increase traffic, ad revenue and user engagement.

AOL's Puzzling Drop

AOL's Puzzling Drop

Given positive trends in two segments, the selloff seems misguided.