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Verizon's Metamorphosis: Can You See Me As A Tech Giant Now?

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Is There A Double Standard When Female CEOs In Tech Stumble?

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Yahoo President and CEO Marissa Mayer delivers a keynote address at the 2014 International CES in Las Vegas in 2014. Ethan Miller/Getty Images hide caption

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CEO Marissa Mayer Treated Yahoo Like A Think Tank, Not A Sinking Ship

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Yahoo Chief Information Security Officer Bob Lord on encryption: "Yes, it's used by terrorists. It's also used by people who are looking to voice their opinions on issues and to save lives." Yahoo hide caption

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For Sale: One Used Internet Company Called Yahoo

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Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, seen speaking in San Francisco in November, says both Yahoo and its investors would have to pay taxes if Alibaba shares were given to investors. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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With Alibaba IPO, Yahoo Reaps A Big Reward From Risky Bet

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Court Documents Show How NSA Leaned On Yahoo, How Yahoo Fought Back

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Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer delivers the keynote address at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas earlier this month. Robert Galbraith/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Nick d'Aloisio displays his mobile application Summly, which Yahoo recently purchased for a reported $30 million. But the Internet company is killing the app and integrating the algorithm that drives it into its own technology. Matt Dunham/AP hide caption

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