The company released a statement detailing yet another security breach.
A company statement says the story is "misleading," but not inaccurate, while the New York Times gets more details.
Yahoo tells its hacked users more than they ever imagined about passwords.
The company says the stolen information relates to a “state-sponsored actor.”
Launched in the early days of the web, it never figured out the next new thing.
Not so much, says one study that tracked the performance and pay of 800 CEOs in the U.S.
The phone company is vying for Yahoo users in an effort to ramp up digital ad revenue.
Yahoo seeks buyers for about 3,000 non-core patents.
Speculation abounds on whether or not the nation's leading wireless service carrier should purchase the struggling Internet giant.