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After Verizon acquisition, Yahoo will change its name to ‘Altaba’ and Marissa Mayer will step down
– To say Yahoo has had a rough go of it recently would be an understatement.While in the midst of an acquisition by Verizon, the company has faced a pair of massive data breaches, exposing the information of over 1 billion customers.A new regulatory document filed today shows that Verizon’s acquisition of the company is moving closer to completion, while it also reveals that following the acquisition, Yahoo will change its name to Altaba and Marissa Mayer will step down. .
Marissa Mayer renunciará a la junta directiva de Yahoo
– La ejecutiva aclara que no se debe a ningún desacuerdo con la empresa.NUEVA YORK (CNNMoney) -La CEO de Yahoo, Marissa Mayer, expresó su intención de renunciar a la junta de la empresa este lunes, luego de que se concrete la compra de esa tecnológica por parte de Verizon.También el cofundador de Yahoo, Davis Filo, y el presidente, Maynard Webb, tienen la intención de renunciar a la junta. .
– Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer will resign from the company’s board of directors following the company’s purchase by Verizon, SEC filings show.Mayer became CEO in 2012, becoming one of the tech world’s youngest female CEOs.But her tenure was marked by the company’s steady decline, as users abandoned the website for other platforms. .
Marissa Mayer resigning from Yahoo board as remaining company renames itself Altaba
– Despite hiccups, Yahoo’s planned sale to Verizon appears to be moving forward — but some portions of the company will be left behind and renamed Altaba Inc.Yahoo is hanging on to its 15 percent stake in Alibaba and its 35.5 percent stake in Yahoo Japan, and those assets will survive as an investment company under the new name Altaba Inc., as the rest of Yahoo integrates with Verizon.The assets had previously been nicknamed Remain Co.Only five board members will remain at Altaba: Tor Braham, Eric Brandt, Catherine Friedman, Thomas McInerney and Jeffrey Smith.The rest of Yahoo’s board, including CEO Marissa Mayer, will step down from the newly formed company. .