Verizon is selling the two companies to private equity firm Apollo Global Management for $5 billion.
The question-and-answers platform, which launched in 2005, is shutting down in May.
Verizon is selling Tumblr, the social blogging platform.
Verizon created Oath out of its investments in “legacy” digital media companies AOL and Yahoo. The goal was to compete with internet giants Facebook and Google. It seems that the world’s biggest wireless network just wasn’t able to make that work. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
Oath is uniting AOL and Yahoo, but can it compete with today's online giants?
All Yahoo accounts created before 2013 have been hacked.
Verizon is expected to close on its $4.4 billion acquisition of Yahoo today after nearly a year of negotiations. Verizon will combine Yahoo with its property AOL to create Oath, the largest digital media company in the United States, with more visitors than Google. Will Oath have a chance to compete with Google and Facebook […]
The breach affected at least half a billion user accounts.
Yahoo users list many reasons to stay loyal.