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  1. Yahoo's Latest Letter to Shareholders: We'll Sell for $33 Per Share

    Then Carl Icahn created a proxy board and subsequently called for Yahoo to sell for $34.375 a share. We strongly urge you to vote your WHITE Proxy Card today for your current Board of Directors. Your Board of Directors believes strongly that the...

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

    We strongly urge you to vote your WHITE Proxy Card today for your current Board of Directors. Icahn began his proxy contest he had no articulated plan for Yahoo! It is ludicrous to think that your Board would accept this "take it or leave it...

  3. Yahoo Sends Shareholders Letter About Google, Microsoft

    We strongly urge you to vote your WHITE Proxy Card today for your current board of directors. Your board and management, after thorough and deliberate negotiations and evaluation, separately concluded on its own that the alternative hybrid deal...

  4. SearchDay: SEO Issues with Global Expansion

    Former Search Technologist and Yahoo Investor Mark Nelson Supports Icahn Posted by Nathania Johnson Jun 16, 2008 Even though Carl Icahn has said the Yahoo-Google deal might have merit, former search technologist Mark Nelson has announced his...

  5. Yahoo Makes Minor Updates to Sponsored Search

    In the midst of a proxy board fight, new negotiations with Microsoft, and a possible deal with Google, Yahoo has made updates to its sponsored search listings. In an announcement on the Yahoo! What do you think about the updates to Yahoo's...

  6. Microsoft Withdraws Yahoo Offer; Yahoo Responds

    Accordingly, your apparent plan to pursue such an arrangement in the event of a proxy contest or exchange offer leads me to the firm decision not to pursue such a path. This approach would necessarily involve a protracted proxy contest and...

  7. When Carl Talked to Barry: Sources Say Time Warner Investor Carl Icahn Has Had Conversations with IAC/InterActive (Ask Jeeves) CEO Barry Diller

    that legenday investor Carl Icahn (controls about 3.1% of outstanding TW shares) and who is preparing to wage a proxy fight for control of the TW Board of Directors has had conversations with IAC/InterActive president, Barry Diller.