By Natthavout Mengkhampeng


Yahoo was incorporated in March 1, 1995, by Jerry Yang and David Filo. The current CEO is Marissa Mayer.

Yahoo competes in the Internet Information Providers industry

Yahoo's chief competitors is Google.

Marissa Mayer

Marissa Ann Mayer (May 30, 1975) is the current president and CEO of Yahoo!, a position she has held since July 2012. Previously, she was a long-time executive, usability leader, and key spokesperson for Google.

Yahoo!'s Subsidiaries

Factors of Production

Yahoo! Net Worth

$35 Billion

Yahoo!'s Employee Population

2012 has 11,700 employees

2013 has 12,200 employees

2014 has 12, 500 employees

Financial Information

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The Chart above shows that the value of Yahoo! is low then it was before. But, it's higher then the pass 5 years.

Stock Information


52 week high and low is, $52.62 high to $32.15.

Today it's in the middle around $40

The Volume of Yahoo! is 733,812.

Paying a dividends of $43,96, last pay was March 18.

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Yahoo! Split History

09/02/19973 for 2

08/03/19982 for 1

02/08/19992 for 1

02/14/20002 for 1

05/12/20042 for 1

Recent News

Seinfeld nears streaming video deal, yada yada

by Joe Flint

“Seinfeld” is about to become master of a whole new domain: the Internet.

Sony Pictures Television, a unit of Sony Corp. 6758, +5.41% is in advanced talks to sell reruns of the hit 1990s NBC sitcom to an online video service, and expects to have a deal wrapped up in the next few weeks, people familiar with the situation said.

Among the bidders chasing the rights to the “show about nothing” are Hulu, Inc. AMZN, -0.65% and Yahoo Inc. YHOO, +0.13% The deal could fetch a price well north of half a million dollars per episode, the people said. There are 180 Seinfeld episodes.

Netflix Inc. NFLX, -0.29% which last year took a hard look at “Seinfeld,” is taking a pass on the show, a person familiar with the matter said.

Reruns of “Seinfeld have been on local TV stations and the cable channel TBS for years, but the buyers believe it has potential to continue that run for another several years on the Web. There, it could hold appeal for a generation of cord-cutters who can’t catch Seinfeld episodes on cable, and will allow users to search for their favorite episodes on-demand.

Is Yahoo’s main business really worth negative $4 billion?

By Brett Arends

Yahoo Inc. YHOO, +0.63% is not the Internet juggernaut it once was. It has long since lost ground to the likes of Google GOOG, -0.66% and Facebook .

But is the core part of the company — which makes around $1 billion a year in operating cash flow — really worth negative $4 billion?

That’s what Wall Street seems to be saying right now.

And it seems unduly pessimistic, even for CEO Marissa Mayer’s harshest critics. Especially as Yahoo operates in the U.S. system of limited liability, which means a company really can’t be worth less than $0.

Bottom line? Something at Yahoo isn’t adding up.

And it either represents some free money for ordinary investors — or a warning sign of something nasty on the horizon.

Let’s run the numbers.

Yahoo currently trades around $43 per share, and there are 1 billion shares in circulation, meaning the entire company is valued — obviously — at around $43 billion.

But Yahoo owns 16.5% of Alibaba BABA, +0.60% , the Chinese online retailing giant that went public last year. At current share prices, Yahoo’s stake is worth around $33 billion. (Yahoo recently announced plans to distribute its Alibaba shares to its investors, through a spin-off vehicle.)


I still but this stock, it may have loses $4 billion recently it'll slowly go up.

As of right now Yahoo has made me $28.50.

I've learn one thing from this, I have no idea how stocks works... kinda.