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Verizon Agrees To Buy Yahoo For $5 Billion: Reports

CP | Ken Sweet And Michael Liedtke, The Associated Press | Posted 07.24.2016 | Canada Business

The deal is expected to be announced on Monday.

Yahoo CEO Tries To Save Her Own Job Amid 1,700 Layoffs

AP/CP | Posted 02.02.2017 | Canada Business

The long-anticipated purge announced Tuesday will jettison about 15 per cent of Yahoo's workforce.

Marissa Mayer's Twins Have Arrived!

The Huffington Post Canada | Kristy Woudstra | Posted 12.10.2015 | Canada Parents


Your Business Could Benefit From a 'Virtual Watercooler'

Claudio Nespeca | Posted 11.13.2014 | Canada Business
Claudio Nespeca

Advanced communication systems allow people to easily find other coworkers and engage them through multiple channels and devices. Coworkers can dial each other into voice or video, screen sharing and collaborative file sessions, giving those casual conversations a range of tools to enhance the experience and exchange.

Let's All Give Marissa Mayer the Benefit of the Doubt

Duane Lee | Posted 04.12.2013 | Canada Business
Duane Lee

Much has been written about the Yahoo CEO's decision to end telecommuting at the company. What if we are all missing something? Keeping in mind that Mayer is a Stanford educated engineer twice over, employee number 20 at Google, and ran one of their most important divisions, I decided to give the situation more than a passing thought.

Marissa Mayer, Yahoo CEO: "The Baby's Been Easy"

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 11.28.2012 | Canada Living

How has Marissa Mayer, Yahoo CEO, found motherhood? "The baby's been way easier than everyone made it out to be," she said at an event celebrating ...

Does Marissa Mayer's Micro Maternity Leave Make Her a Bad Mom?

Aviva Rubin | Posted 12.05.2012 | Canada Living
Aviva Rubin

Marissa Mayer, CEO of Yahoo Inc. will be back at work a week or two after the birth of her son. Is she a bad mother? I'm guessing the only people not spewing forth on this topic are those who are working two or three jobs and don't have the privilege of leisure or maternity leave. All of these mothering debates we've been having are not equity-focused. They are who's-the-better-mommy-focused. If Marissa Mayer wants to go back to work this week (I'm guessing she's given it a little thought); If I want to stay home and breastfeed for six years -- who are you to judge me? Neither of us is wrong.