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  1. SearchDay | I'm a PC, What Are You?

    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. The site is getting users to vote so everyone show some support for a person who worked hard for...

  2. Woohoo for Yahoo

    First, Carl Icahn found his way to compromise. Even after the vote re-count, a majority of shareholders voted the board in and Icahn settled for the right to propose two board seats and a spot for himself.

  3. SEW Experts: Woohoo for Yahoo

    Even after the vote re-count, a majority of shareholders voted Yahoo's board in, and Carl Icahn settled for the right to propose two board seats and a spot for himself. In today's Searching for Meaning column, "Woohoo for Yahoo," Kevin Ryan asks...

  4. Yahoo and Carl Icahn Agree to Settlement

    Yahoo has announced that it has forged an agreement with Carl Icahn. Carl Icahn will become a board member, and then 2 more will be added from a list of 9 that Icahn will supply. Icahn owns an aggregate of 68,786,320 shares, or 4.98% of Yahoo!

  5. Legg Mason Continues Support Yahoo's Current Board

    However, Legg Mason did advise Yahoo and Carl Icahn to bury the hatchet by the time of the meeting. Icahn has submitted a proxy board to replace the current board and has been in talks with Microsoft for a deal should his board win.

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

    In a letter that is likely to believed by almost no one, Yahoo regurgitated much of the same old statements about Microsoft and Carl Icahn - and then slipped in something about selling the entire company for $33 a share.

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

    We are prepared to let you, our stockholders, not Microsoft and Carl Icahn, decide what is in your best interests and we look forward to the upcoming vote. We believe that this odd and opportunistic alliance of Microsoft and Carl Icahn has anything...

  8. 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.