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  1. Yahoo and Carl Icahn Agree to Settlement

    The list will be the 8 remaining members of Icahn's now-cancelled proxy board plus Jonathan Miller, partner in Velocity Interactive Group and former Chairman and CEO of AOL. to put the distraction of the proxy contest behind us, it will allow the...

  2. 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.

  3. Microsoft Withdraws Yahoo Offer; Yahoo Responds

    This approach would necessarily involve a protracted proxy contest and eventually an exchange offer. 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...

  4. Yahoo to Microsoft: We Already Dumped You

    We consider your threat to commence an unsolicited offer and proxy contest to displace our independent Board members to be counterproductive and inconsistent with your stated objective of a friendly transaction.

  5. Microsoft Gets Tired of Waiting

    If we have not concluded an agreement within the next three weeks, we will be compelled to take our case directly to your shareholders, including the initiation of a proxy contest to elect an alternative slate of directors for the Yahoo board.

  6. Search Headlines & Links: March 5, 2008

    Yahoo Desperately Seeking Suitor: Time WarnerWith a Microsoft proxy battle expected soon, Time Warner's emerging as a white knight for the Sunnyvale search engine. Yahoo Launches Fire Eagle: Location SharingFire Eagle shares your location...

  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.