Fighting Yahoo's China Policies Video
Reporters Without Borders challenges Yahoo execs at the company's Silicon Valley headquarters on Monday. The issue: data Yahoo released to police in China. The activists brought with them video filmed in Beijing of Mo Shaoping, a lawyer for the dissidents, and of the unnamed brother of a Yahoo Mail user sent to prison based on information given the Chinese government by Yahoo, according\r\nto Reporters Without Borders.
Today, Yahoo announced another round of layoffs, the sixth in the last four years. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on how the Silicon Valley goliath has lost its path.
On the streets of Silicon Valley Friday, everyone from software engineers to grandmas was analyzing Microsoft's $44.6 billion bid for Yahoo. CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi speaks with one alum of both Microsoft and Yahoo about why he favors the deal.
In a CNET Conversation, Yahoo's CEO, Carol Bartz, talks about her plans to partner with winners, get serious about content, and why she cares more about the world outside of Silicon Valley.
At the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco, author and blogger John Battelle talks with Yahoo Executive Vice President Jeff Weiner about the company's media and partnership strategies and how they differ from those of Yahoo's main rival, search giant Google.
Harry Wu, publisher of the China Information Center, speaks to a\r\nHouse subcommittee about the punishment of dissidents in China. Wu said\r\nCisco gear is used to help police surveillance there.\r\n
The drama continues in the Yahoo-Microsoft-Carl Icahn soap opera. CNET reporter Kara Tsuboi recaps the complicated saga and looks ahead to Friday's shareholder meeting.
More bad news for Yahoo as the Internet pioneer laid off 1,500 employees on Wednesday. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on who is being cut and why.
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