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  1. New Yahoo Board Approves Talks with AOL

    Yahoo recently expanded its board to 11 members, adding investor Carl Icahn in a settlement after his attempt to takeover the company with a new board. Tuesday's decision simply approves a move to proceed with them.via Financial Times

  2. Vote WHITE: Yahoo's Bastille Day Response to Carl Icahn

    We have also told you why we believe the slate of directors advanced by Carl Icahn is not the right answer for Yahoo! We believe that this odd and opportunistic alliance of Microsoft and Carl Icahn has anything but the interests of Yahoo!

  3. Another Microsoft Offer, Another Yahoo Rejection

    Recently, Microsoft and Carl Icahn got quite cozy, and the budding relationship spawned a new Yahoo offer. That sale would be overseen by Carl Icahn and his board. said, "This odd and opportunistic alliance of Microsoft and Carl Icahn has anything...

  4. Yahoo! AMP! plus Full Text: Yahoo Proxy Statement

    You are probably aware that Carl Icahn proposes to replace our entire board of directors with his hand-picked slate. Carl Icahn Has No Credible Plan To Create Value. Icahn's slate could result in substantial erosion of stockholder value.

  5. Yahoo Responds To Icahn

    Yahoo's Chairman of the Board Roy Bostock fired back a reply, on behalf of the beleaguered board members Carl Icahn has been trying to replace, stating Icahn had a "significant misunderstanding of the facts about the Microsoft proposal and the...

  6. Yahoo Confirms Icahn Proxy Fight

    Yahoo has confirmed that billionaire investor Carl Icahn has initiated a proxy fight via an open letter to Yahoo's board of directors notifying them of his intention to replace the existing board with his own slate of directors.

  7. Icahn Trumps Yahoo Board: "You're Fired!"

    Yahoo may need to fight off Carl Icahn Syndrome by Proxy today. Billionaire investor Carl Icahn, who's invested more than a billion dollars in Yahoo, will initiate a proxy contest to oust Yahoo Inc.s board of directors, according to the WSJ, a move...