Yahoo Stock Owners Missed This $44 Billion Opportunity in 2008

The Yahoo stock price is flat after Verizon offered to buy the struggling Internet giant.

Verizon will pay $4.83 billion for Yahoo's core business.

Yahoo ran out of options to give shareholders more value. But it received a much bigger offer in 2008 that could have been worth a lot more...


Can YHOO Stock Price Keep Climbing Ahead of Its Sale?

The YHOO stock price is inching higher today following its Q2 earnings report yesterday.

Despite the Internet firm reporting lackluster numbers, there's even bigger Yahoo news that could boost the stock price.

Here's everything you need to know about the state of this Internet pioneer...


YHOO Stock Price Climbs Today After Buffett Eyes Assets

The YHOO stock price is showing some life today after Warren Buffett shared his interest in financing a deal to purchase the Yahoo's Internet business.

While tech stocks aren't Buffett's forte, he has financed several successful deals in the past.

But after a poor outlook in Q1 2016, why would any company bid on Yahoo? Well, there are two main reasons Yahoo is an attractive takeover target...


Who Will Buy Yahoo?

Everyone wants to know who will buy Yahoo, and it appears that the investing world almost has an answer.

CEO Marissa Mayer has been tight-lipped about the bids and the front-runner for Yahoo, but three confirmed companies are interested in purchasing the Internet giant.

And we had to share with our readers what companies wanted to buy Yahoo, as well as why they are interested in acquiring Mayer's company.


2 Reasons the Yahoo Stock Price Today Is Climbing

The Yahoo stock price today is climbing because the company met expectations for Q1 2016.

Even though revenue was down from Q1 2015, Yahoo was able to do exactly what Wall Street thought it would.

But the biggest reason the stock price is climbing today is because three companies want to buy Yahoo. Here's everything you need to know...


The Yahoo Stock Price Continues to Climb After More Suitors Emerge

The Yahoo stock price today is down, but not before it climbed over 11% in the last month.

Companies ranging from Verizon to Alibaba could be interested in buying the Internet giant, and first-round bids will expire on April 18.

And this is exactly why companies are so interested in purchasing some or all of Yahoo...


Why the Yahoo Stock Price Rally Won't Last in 2016

The Yahoo stock price rallied 2.3% to $30.23 this morning (Friday) after the struggling Internet company said it has formed a committee to explore strategic alternative. The Yahoo stock price is now up 11% since last Thursday.

But we don't expect the Yahoo Inc. (Nasdaq: YHOO) stock price rally to last through 2016. And there is one major reason why we remain bearish on YHOO stock.

First, here's some key details about Friday's announcement and Yahoo stock's rebound...


YHOO Stock Still Too Speculative, Here's a Better Opportunity

The YHOO stock price is plummeting today, despite the fact that Verizon's CEO announced interest in acquiring Yahoo.

But the speculation makes YHOO stock dangerous to own, especially in a bear market.

Here's everything you need to know about CEO Marissa Mayer's company if the market continues to sell off...


Yahoo Earnings for Q4 2015 Released Today: 3 Biggest Keys for Investors

Yahoo earnings come out today, Feb. 2, 2016.

Unfortunately for shareholders, this could be the first time since 2004 that Yahoo hasn't recorded at least $1 billion in revenue.

But before earnings are released, we wanted to provide our readers with the reasons why Yahoo got in this predicament and what to expect moving forward...


How Does Yahoo Make Money?

The struggles of Yahoo! Inc. (Nasdaq: YHOO) have been well documented, and CEO Marissa Mayer may be forced to make drastic changes.

Yahoo's revenue declined 7.3% from 2012 to 2014, and Mayer's attempts to increase revenue growth haven't worked. This leaves people wondering, "How does Yahoo make money?"

We have the answers here.

But before we reveal how Yahoo makes money, let's take a look at exactly why the company is losing money...