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China’s Merging Taxi Apps Expect No Regulatory Road Bumps — The merger of China's two largest taxi-hailing apps won't be subject to a regulatory review, an executive said, while outlining plans to expand services including intercity buses, carpooling and rides for people too drunk to drive. Kuaidi Dache, backed by Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.

How Box Inc. Is Battling the Web-Storage Giants — Box Inc. operates in the red-hot market for online storage, but it will have to persuade investors in its coming IPO that it can eventually overcome an expensive, money-losing business model built around a commoditized product. Startups like Box and Dropbox Inc.

Facebook Shares Decline After $19 Billion Deal — Facebook Inc.'s $19 billion deal to buy messaging company WhatsApp is costing the social network another $3.5 billion Thursday-in market value. Facebook shares fell about 2.5% in early trading Thursday after the company agreed to buy the 55-employee firm, which acts as a kind of replacement for text messaging.
Apr 23, 2015

RT @ChipConley: A woman created this awesome resume to land her dream job at Airbnb — and the CEO spotted it immediately via @sai

Apr 23, 2015

At Bloomberg a scoop of this magnitude is called a "red sticky" bc a red hedline stays across top of terminal screen. Congrats @sherman4949

Apr 21, 2015

Mayer cites Cortana, Siri and Google Now as a "new class" of "action-oriented" search products where Yahoo hopes to compete

Apr 21, 2015

Mayer: "People respond to great search, but what great search means is changing." Focused on mobile, personalization, context in search

Apr 21, 2015

Yahoo’s core business of display ads declined for the fourth straight quarter. But don’t worry, “Mavens” are growing

Apr 21, 2015

Mayer says Yahoo has retained advisors to "maximize value" from Yahoo Japan, expects to announce a plan on a future earnings call $YHOO

Apr 21, 2015

Marissa Mayer’s goal of growing Yahoo's core business of display ads this year is off to a slow start

Apr 21, 2015

Yahoo's Mayer says she has reduced headcount by nearly 3K over past two years, with 1,100 cuts coming in last quarter

Apr 21, 2015

Mobile is supposed to Yahoo's growth engine. Revenue from mobile ads declined sequentially from Q4 to Q1

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