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  1. Media Stocks Crush Market Averages in 2012

    4:28 pm 12/31/2012

    UPDATED: Comcast and Sirius XM Radio surged 61 percent each during the year, but video game stocks lagged.Read more

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  2. Yahoo Strikes Another Network Deal, Teams With NBC Sports

    7:21 am 12/10/2012

    The deal follows similar arrangements with ABC News and CNBC and is the first such initiative under new CEO Marissa Mayer.Read more

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  3. OMG! CBS Closes Deal to Re-Invent 'The Insider'

    10:31 am 10/23/2012

    The daily magazine show will now be known as "omg! Insider," with the same hosts as "The Insider" but adding Yahoo! talent and providing a combined broadcast and online platform. Read more

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  4. Yahoo Beats Earnings Expectations

    2:38 pm 10/22/2012

    UPDATED: Shares were rising in the after-hours session as the online company posts a profit of 35 cents a share, a dime better than Wall Street expected.Read more

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  5. Yahoo Hires Top Google Sales Executive as COO

    3:31 pm 10/15/2012

    Henrique de Castro, who will report to CEO Marissa Mayer, could earn $60 million by joining Yahoo.Read more

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  6. CBS in Talks to Rebrand 'The Insider' as 'OMG Now' With Yahoo

    11:30 am 10/3/2012

    The entertainment news magazine would change in January 2013. A source says Yahoo will pay CBS about $10 million as part of the deal. Read more

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  7. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer Welcomes Baby Boy

    9:13 pm 10/1/2012

    The first-time mom announced the news via Twitter.Read more

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  8. Yahoo Replaces CFO as New CEO Marissa Mayer Delivers Pep Talk

    4:13 pm 9/25/2012

    Chief financial officer Tim Morse will be replaced by Ken Goldman of Fortinet.Read more

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  9. Yahoo Raises $4.3 Billion Via Sale of Partial Stake in Chinese Online Firm Alibaba

    4:54 am 9/19/2012

    The Internet giant, led by new CEO Marissa Mayer, will use the cash to return money to shareholders and add to its cash reserves.Read more

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  10. Apple Becomes the Most Valuable Company in History

    1:42 pm 8/20/2012

    At the end of trading Monday, Apple's market capitalization of $624 billion made it nearly 15 times more valuable than Facebook.Read more

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