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  1. 50 Most Memorable Moments in Search for 2008

    Carl Icahn Threatens Yahoo with Hostile Takeover of Board, Later Agrees to Compromise and Joins Expanded Yahoo! Board Investor Carl Icahn wasn't happy with Yahoo's rejection of Microsoft's generous offer, so he threatened a hostile takeover of his...

  2. SearchDay | Social Community: Free Pancakes Anyone?

    Starbucks, Ben European Head Out Posted by Nathania Johnson Dec 1, 2008 Carl Icahn has increased his investment in Yahoo by purchasing nearly 7 million shares. While some may see this as a sign of "Carl in Charge," I .

  3. Woohoo for Yahoo

    First, Carl Icahn found his way to compromise. Icahn wanted the board out because he felt the Microsoft acquisition was botched. Even after the vote re-count, a majority of shareholders voted the board in and Icahn settled for the right to propose...

  4. Perhaps Paris Hilton Should Run Yahoo

    Hey, Carl Icahn is looking for a two people to join him on the expanded board, especially after TimeWarner nixed Jonathan Miller's chances of being part of Icahn's coup d'état. Well, except Bostock and Yang.

  5. 'Twas the Monday After the Yahoo Shareholder Meeting

    The Yahoo shareholder meeting has come and gone without much fanfare, thanks to the settlement between the Yahoo board and Carl Icahn to keep the current board but expand it by 3 seats post-meeting. Yahoo had requested that Miller be placed on a...

  6. Peace In Our Time: Icahn Gets Yahoo Board Offer

    They have offered Carl Icahn a spot on the new board along with another of his proposed new slate of candidates, according to the Wall Street Journal. Adding Icahn and former AOL Chairman and CEO Jonathan Miller is a good way to stop the schoolyard...

  7. 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. The list will be the 8 remaining members of Icahn's now-cancelled...

  8. 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.

  9. 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!

  10. SearchDay: What's on your Mind?

    Yang also fired back at billionaire investor Carl Icahn and his selection of a new Yahoo board. Yahoo's Yang Rips Microsoft and Icahn Posted by Kevin Heisler Jul 9, 2008 CEO Jerry Yang accused Microsoft of trying to destabilize Yahoo without...

  11. SearchDay: PPC Advertising: Art or Science?

    Yahoo Responds to Icahn's Latest Letter Posted by Nathania Johnson Jul 7, 2008 Yahoo has responded to the letter Carl Icahn issued this morning. Carl Icahn Returns to Letter-Writing; Microsoft Open to Deal with a New Yahoo Board Posted by Nathania...