Search engines and social media continued to attract the most online traffic in June.
Virginia Drosos is no doubt qualified to lead Signet, but she’s coming on at a tough time for the retailer.
The close of Verizon’s buy of Yahoo now creates a new division that combines Yahoo and AOl’s businesses into a subsidiary called Oath.
A computer hacker allegedly behind the breach of 500 million Yahoo accounts has been on the government’s radar for years after data theft at three “major” e-commerce sites.
Siegel will move to Advance as president of American City Business Journals’ Growth Strategies Group.
The former editor of Yahoo Style, Cristobal will report to InStyle editor in chief Laura Brown.
Also heard at Business Insider’s Ignition conference: Arianna Huffington wants Donald Trump to get some sleep.
AOL’s head of global media sales leaves six months before the business finds itself under the Verizon corporate umbrella with Yahoo.
San Francisco’s 2016 symphony and opera galas, plus the “Red Chamber” premiere, drew a glamorous crowd with their French and Chinese themes.
At a TechCrunch Disrupt talk, AOL chief executive officer Tim Armstrong and Verizon executive vice president Marni Walden addressed the recent acquisition of Yahoo and controversy at the Huffington Post.
Oscar- and BAFTA-winning costume designer Tim Yip presents his style for San Francisco Opera’s new “Dream of the Red Chamber.”
Verizon will pay $4.83 billion, with aims to become a media business with an audience of two billion, and $20 billion in revenue, by 2020.