Verizon Sells Yahoo, AOL to Apollo for $5B
The deal marks the end of Verizon's effort to provide a digital media alternative to tech behemoths Google, Facebook, and Amazon.
Verizon to Take $4.6B Writedown on Media Unit
After spending $8.9 billion to acquire Yahoo and AOL, the telecom giant is reducing the goodwill value of its media brands to only $200 million.
Yahoo: The End of an Internet Giant
The assets left over after the the Verizon Communications purchase are now part of a holding company called ‘Altaba.’
Why SMB CFOs Should Care About Transfer Pricing
Small and mid-tier manufacturers incorrectly assume that because they’re small, their transfer-pricing policy won’t be audited. They're wrong.
Verizon to Buy AOL for $4.4 Billion
The combination will provide customers a "premium digital experience based on a global multiscreen network platform," says Verizon.
What Will Yahoo Do Now?
An early backer of Alibaba, Yahoo could make as much as $9 billion before taxes from selling shares. But what will CEO Marrisa Mayer do with the cash?
PBS CFO Finds More Opportunities to Manage: Video
CFO Barbara Landes shares what she's learned about managing and why she turned down (and later joined) PBS.