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Is This Yahoo's Attempt To Steal A March on Google?

Is This Yahoo's Attempt To Steal A March on Google?

News   •   Apr 04, 2013 09:00 BST

The UK IT Association (UKITA) took notice last week, as many would have done, when Yahoo announced that they have purchased Summly from 17 year old entrepreneur Nick D'Aloisio. Nick himself has done particularly well out of the deal, with Yahoo paying an estimated £20 million in cash and shares for the company which they are now expected to shut down.

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Anger as Yahoo Ban Working From Home

News   •   Feb 28, 2013 17:20 GMT

There is growing anger at the decision made by new Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer’s decision to ban working from home as of 1st June 2013.