Yahoo partners with numerous content providers in products such as Yahoo Sports, Yahoo Finance, Yahoo Music, Yahoo Movies, Yahoo Weather, Yahoo News, Yahoo!
Answers and Yahoo Games to provide news and related content.
Yahoo provided social networking services and user-generated content, including products such as My Web, Yahoo Personals, Yahoo 360°, Delicious, Flickr, and Yahoo Buzz.
Yahoo closed Yahoo Buzz, My Blog Log, and numerous other products on April 21, 2011.
Tumblr's CEO and founder David Karp would remain a large shareholder.
The announcement reportedly signified a changing trend in the technology industry, as large corporations like Yahoo, Facebook, and Google acquired start-up Internet companies that generated low amounts of revenue as a way in which to connect with sizeable, fast-growing online communities.
The results include news headlines, images from Flickr, business listings, local weather and links to other sites.
Instead of showing only, for example, popular movies or some critical reviews, One Search lists local theaters that at the moment are playing the movie, along with user ratings and news headlines regarding the movie.
As of May 2007, its e-mail service would offer unlimited storage.Its stock price skyrocketed during the dot-com bubble, Yahoo stocks closing at an all-time high of 8.75 a share on January 3, 2000.However, after the dot-com bubble burst, it reached a post-bubble low of .11 on September 26, 2001. Over the next four years, it developed its own search technologies, which it began using in 2004.Sydney Finkelstein, a professor at Dartmouth College's Tuck School of Business, told The Washington Post that sometimes, "the single best thing you can do ...is sell the company." On December 14, 2016, the company revealed that another separate data breach had occurred in 2014, with hackers obtaining sensitive account information, including security questions, to at least one billion accounts.