At Shareholder Meeting, Storms Seem Over for Yahoo (New York Times)

Friday, June 26th, 2009

If Yahoo ?s annual meeting of shareholders is a sign of investors? mood, the storm of controversy that has swirled around the Internet company for more than two years has largely abated.

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No Storms At This Year?s Yahoo Shareholder Meeting (New York Times)

Thursday, June 25th, 2009

If Yahoo?s annual meeting of shareholders is a sign of investors? mood, the storm of controversy that has swirled around the Internet company for more than two years has largely abated.

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The Yahoo Annual Meeting Circus Rolls Back Into Town Next Week: Send in the Clowns? (AllThingsD Online via Yahoo! Finance)

Thursday, June 18th, 2009

In exactly one week at 10 am PST, Yahoo will hold its annual meeting in Silicon Valley, the first time where new CEO Carol Bartz will greet its shareholders in person. She should prep carefully, as the event has been quite a drama over the last two years.

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In Hindsight: Yahoo, a 9.375% sales tax and other innovations (San Jose Mercury News)

Sunday, August 10th, 2008

Here’s some news you may have missed last week, based on staff and wire reports. Monday After Yahoo’s annual meeting the week before, the math didn’t add up for Capital Research Global Investors, one of the Sunnyvale Internet content powerhouse’s largest shareholders.

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Shareholders Give Yahoo a Vote of Confidence (Washington Post)

Saturday, August 2nd, 2008

SAN JOSE — Having endured takeover attempts by Microsoft and then billionaire investor Carl Icahn, executives and board members at Internet giant Yahoo sought to assure rattled shareholders at the annual meeting here yesterday that the company has a plan for regaining its momentum after a multiy…

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Yahoo expected to spar with peeved shareholders (AP via Yahoo! News)

Friday, August 1st, 2008

After spending weeks ridiculing Yahoo Inc.’s board of directors, nettlesome investor Carl Icahn has piped down and won’t even be at the Internet company’s annual meeting Friday.

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