Comments on: Forget Microsoft, Yahoo’s value is overseas Thu, 21 Jul 2016 07:57:19 +0000 hourly 1 By: Salman Wed, 26 Aug 2009 11:30:01 +0000 I think Maktoob has great revenue potential for Yahoo. You can see their revenue details and community growth from 2001-2005 here: oob_revenue_from_2001_to_2.php

By: krishnamurthi ramachandran Wed, 26 Aug 2009 09:54:40 +0000 Dear friend,
With interest,i have completed your article on Yahoo!s share value,future investments and so on.
i am a member of all world leading websites
As per my knowledge goes,Yahoo is very popular in India.
All my major friends in face book are users of yahooId
Through yahoo Id,i am able to send instant messages to my friends and relatives in overseas.
More and more Indians are getting latest cricket sports events from the above mentioned website.
After reading of this article,i came to conclude that,Yahoo will be high competitive internet users in future years.
Before finishing this sentence,one off line and one online message from Yahoo
Tremendous benefits for its users.

By: jjmk4546 Wed, 26 Aug 2009 04:16:05 +0000 Does anyone think that most of these large IT companies
are harrassing the surfers by installing illegal software
on their computers resulting often browser/cursor being
disabled and thus loss of online stockmarket dealings and
several other financial losses?? Congress need to pass
laws levying HEAVY HEAVY penalties on these companies
whose names I donot want to specifically mention but they
seem to be top end of the IT complex.

By: The Bell Tue, 25 Aug 2009 16:38:48 +0000 Say it ain’t so – Yahoo is Big In Japan?

Unfortunately, all the growth areas cited here are notorious fad markets.

If it’s in trouble regaining lost ground in Europe, as signs are, Yahoo needs to rebrand, ditch the amateurish logo, stop tagging all its email with smarmy little ads and emerge (if it can) as a truly impartial, value-perception driven community of record instead of just whatever mental teenagers who hadn’t read Gulliver’s Travels once happened to be using for the time being.

Maybe then…