So, The Daily Mail Might Own Tumblr Soon Which Could Make Things Awkward IRL

The Huffington Post | George Bowden | Posted 11.04.2016 | UK

The Daily Mail is exploring a possible bid for internet giant Yahoo!, owner of notorious time-thief Tumblr. The British-based publisher, which owns bo...

Women in Business Q&A: Lisa Utzschneider, Chief Revenue Officer, Yahoo!

Laura Dunn | Posted 11.12.2015 | UK
Laura Dunn

Lisa Utzschneider is Chief Revenue Officer at Yahoo. In this role, she leads Yahoo's sales organization globally to serve the needs of advertisers wor...

IWF Confirms Hash List Success at the #WePROTECT Summit

Susie Hargreaves | Posted 17.11.2015 | UK Tech
Susie Hargreaves

Just four days after the tragic events in Paris, it's been good to see so many countries gathered at the #WePROTECT summit in Abu Dhabi with the joint mission of making the world a more hostile place to share images of child sexual abuse material (CSAM) online.

Yahoo CEO's Pregnancy Is All That Saved Her From Being Sacked, Says This Guy

The Huffington Post UK | George Bowden | Posted 09.09.2015 | UK Tech

A New York University marketing expert has suggested that Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer would no longer be employed by the company had she not announced th...

Time to Cut Our Leaders Some Slack

Richard Hytner | Posted 16.01.2015 | UK
Richard Hytner

Ignore the cynical business bashing by politicians playing to a gallery that is not listening. Smart voters know that entrepreneurship and innovation fuel greater national and personal prosperity. As do most business leaders who believe that Britain has been great for business, despite five decades of boom and bust.

Why Yahoo's Investment in Snapchat Is a Smart Move for Both Parties

Jason Mander | Posted 10.12.2014 | UK Tech
Jason Mander

Having famously spurned offers from Facebook and Google, rumor has it that Snapchat is finally about to succumb to one of its many suitors - with Yahoo expected to make a cash injection which values the company at $10 billion.

When Email Becomes Efail

Paul Marshall | Posted 11.10.2014 | UK Tech
Paul Marshall

The first thing we do when we wake up is to check our emails. The last we do before going to bed is to check our emails. In the middle of the night we check our emails. Yes, sleep checking is the 21st century's sleep walking. Funny how you don't remember responding to that particular call to action. Sorry, but it's too late now. T

World Cup Nations Could Pay a Penalty for Ignoring Mobile Tech

James Connelly | Posted 25.08.2014 | UK Tech
James Connelly

The most anticipated World Cup in memory is now well underway and it's perhaps the hardest finals to call in terms of predicting the winner. With as many as half of the 32 nations believing they have a genuine chance of glory, any opening to gain even a slight advantage is something to be explored...

Want to Be a Better Leader? Use Your Resentment

Neela Bettridge | Posted 15.07.2014 | UK
Neela Bettridge

Here's a conundrum: life is not fair. Yet humans are "hardwired" for fairness. No wonder resentment is on the rise. There's anger against the rich; r...

Shortcast 2: How Digital Video Content Has Become a Daily Habit

Patrick Hourihan | Posted 01.06.2014 | UK Tech
Patrick Hourihan

Over 81% of us own at least one mobile device - if not two, or more. This has led to a marked increase in video consumption, representing a great opportunity for brands to engage with consumers in a visually inspiring and creative way.

Yahoo-Tube: Is Marissa Mayer Plotting a YouTuber Mutiny?

Mat Greenfield | Posted 30.05.2014 | UK Tech
Mat Greenfield

If Marissa Mayer wants to coax the big names on YouTube away, it may be as simple as giving them more guarantees of income than Google are willing (or able) to.

What Television Can Learn From Yahoo

Dawn Airey | Posted 29.04.2014 | UK Entertainment
Dawn Airey

Television is still the ultimate lean-forward experience. It has shown that it can embrace digital opportunities, and is now beginning to understand how its content can be delivered and monetised worldwide in a way that wasn't possible ten years ago. As Darwin pointed out, you don't have to be the strongest to survive, you just need to be adaptable, and TV has shown that it can be just that. But there are still reefs ahead on which TV could founder. Television may be adaptable, but it is not very good at changing course quickly.

GCHQ Captured 'Millions' Of Webcam Images From Yahoo Users

Huffington Post UK | Posted 27.02.2014 | UK Tech

Internet giant Yahoo has branded claims that UK spy agency GCHQ intercepted and stored webcam images of millions of users as a "whole new level of vio...

Tech Giants Unite To Demand Surveillance Law Changes

Huffington Post UK | Posted 09.12.2013 | UK Tech

You know it's serious when the normally insanely competitive tech giants club together on something. Eight of the world's biggest are demanding swe...

What Happens If You Swap The Colours Of Famous Logos?

The Huffington Post UK | Asa Bennett | Posted 20.11.2013 | UK

Entrepreneurs may be tempted to overlook the wide variety of the Dulux colour chart when deciding on the design for their new business, but the big bo...

More Boohoo Than Yahoo

Howard Milton | Posted 30.11.2013 | UK Tech
Howard Milton

I think Ms Maher may have got confused with its 30 day teaser campaign - a new logo everyday (er doesn't Google do that from time to time?), in other words, give the folks a bit of everything. Alas we end up with nothing.

Keeping up Appearances: What Should a Woman in Leadership Look Like?

Neela Bettridge | Posted 20.11.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Neela Bettridge

I was once brought in to 'tone down' the image of a very senior female executive in financial services (a job I turned down). Her appearance was deemed inappropriate -- perhaps her sharp dress intimidated her male colleagues.

Is Dull the New Daring?

Nick Liddell | Posted 13.11.2013 | UK
Nick Liddell

Much ado has been made about Yahoo's recent "rejuvenation" of its corporate identity: Marissa Mayer's talents as an appreciator of graphic design; the...

Not All Data Is Created Equal: Yahoo! and iC2 Debate Big Data

Piers North | Posted 04.11.2013 | UK Tech
Piers North

Big data is something often referenced in marketing and advertising circles, but what it actually means and how it can be used effectively is worth discussing. Yahoo! took a deeper look at this topic when it held an event last month...

Who Will Buy Foursquare? Google, Yahoo! or Microsoft?

Owen Lee | Posted 03.11.2013 | UK Tech
Owen Lee

At SXSW 2008, Foursquare was the star attraction. With a rapidly growing user base suggesting it was the first to crack the solomo enigma, it was on track to be a social giant. However a lack of product innovation has resulted in a steady decrease in users, and with only $2m revenue generated last year has led to some disgruntled shareholders.

But What Has Google Ever Done for Us?

Alice Bonasio | Posted 04.10.2013 | UK Tech
Alice Bonasio

In the past months there's been a seismic shift in how Google is perceived by the media, government and public in the UK. From being pretty much universally loved and admired as a bastion of corporate goodness Google now finds itself mocked for its "Don't Be Evil" slogan and accused of either condoning or facilitating a range of despicable deeds...

Festival Diaries Part Three: "Will the Real Frank Ocean Please Stand Up?!"

Francesca Newman-Young | Posted 16.09.2013 | UK Entertainment
Francesca Newman-Young

When we arrived at Wireless we headed to the guest area to have a drink in the sunshine. In this cushty area (which had actual real grass) there was a BBQ, a couple of bars with some of Cirque Du Soir's performers scattered around. It was a pretty nice bubble, but we couldn't stay for long as we had to try and see Frank Ocean and Snoop Dogg at pretty much the same time.

Fraudsters Most Likely to Serve Us 'Phish' on Fridays

Ian Emery | Posted 03.09.2013 | UK Tech
Ian Emery

If you think about it Friday's the perfect day to try a scam, especially in the afternoons when the week's work is either done or shelved till Monday. This is when workers are most likely to find time to share images and videos with friends and colleagues.

TV Is Dead: Long Live TV

Heather Killen | Posted 03.07.2013 | UK Entertainment
Heather Killen

The popular truism for the past decade is that broadcast TV is dead. However, recent earnings from filmed entertainment companies suggest anything but. Filmed entertainment, including TV, is booming, and the share price ticker tells the tale.

Internet Porn - Are We Being Conned?

Grant Feller | Posted 17.08.2013 | UK Tech
Grant Feller

The Government is clearing an entire hour and a half to listen to representations from Google, Yahoo, MSN, domestic charities, childcare groups, various interested parties as well as Maria Miller, the culture secretary, and then it will make a decision. But a decision on what? Are we being conned here?