Newsbrief: Yahoo is predicted a failing company

by Nicole Rode
edited by Robbie Sequeira

Profit just isn’t what it used to be for shareholders of Yahoo Inc.

Yahoo relies heavily on ads to turn their revenue. Businesses are starting to view Yahoo, a 20 year old company with millions of users, as an afterthought in their advertisement budgets.

The company, under management of CEO Marissa Mayer, has not turned any new revenue over the three years of her term in the position. Businesses are only investing in high profit companies for their advertisements and no longer see Yahoo as a worth while investment due profit differences. Instead, websites such as Google and Facebook are more favored.

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