The online retail pioneer has had its ups and downs. But it has continued to adapt and exploit opportunities, and it's once again on the upswing.
Are the social network's best days behind it?
If common ground is found, a strategic relationship could benefit both companies.
The cash infusion is desperately needed by the flailing Internet company, but nothing else about Yahoo's future has changed with this deal.
With board battles and asset sales in the rear view mirror, Yahoo shareholder activists face a long battle against Facebook.
The stuggling company's agreement to sell half its stake to Alibaba for $7.1 billion is a win-win for both names.
Given low ad spending there, the network will find it difficult to monetize its huge subscriber base in this market.
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