Maybe Yahoo should delete all emails that mention this company.
Of course Yahoo could filter them out either proactively or within minutes of posting with an automatic program. They filter out "four letter" words. Somebody is giving these spammers multiple accounts. Somebody is allowing their posts to remain. These employees are not working in the best interest of Yahoo and its stockholders.
Same bottom-feeding spammer getting free advertising from Yahoo's lax controls.
When will Yahoo take enough pride in its message boards to automatically delete any messages from these bottom feeders who exploit basic management incompetence or indifference to get free advertising space?
I guess that Yahoo is making so much money that they can provide free advertising space to these bottom feeders.
Yahoo is an investment company with a single holding -- BABA that deserves a discount from its market because of illiquidity.
All of the remainder of Yahoo's business is nothing more than trading dollars for the purpose of compensating management and directors.
Sure. The robocallers are criminals because they violate the Do Not Call list. (Let's not even discuss the value of what they are selling). They place millions of calls PER DAY through the Verizon network. Verizon is a high tech company with the ability to isolate and solicit a single customer (me) who once placed one international call without a calling plan and therefor paid full price.
There is no way that Verizon doesn't have the technical ability to identify these calls as soon as they hit the system. It is even possible that Verizon gets paid for handling the calls. If they can find out where the calls enter the system, they can block access. Failure to do so is facilitating criminals.
Ultimately, the government will follow its usual pattern and fine the company and the shareholders will pay the cost. It should be the management personally.
Message to the public service commission:
THREE more calls in the past 24 hours to refinance my credit card. I think I should get $3.00 off my phone bill and it should be charged directly to the compensation of Verizon people who facilitate these criminals. Same for every Verizon customer.
They forgot about the management "discount" which is now about 30%. There is a difference between calculated "value" and value put into the hands of shareholders!
Here in NY, Verizon has clearly been taken over by robocall companies. I don't know whether Verizon as a whole or certain individuals are financially benefiting from the robocall relationship, but customers who receive several of these calls PER DAY from these criminals who violate the Do Not Call list are clearly not . I see no reason to continue with a service where I am starting to dread answering the phone because it will be a machine that wants to refinance my credit card or sell me some sort of other service.
If Verizon wants to be in the robocall business, then it should provide phone service for free.
WELL DONE, JPM and all the others who waited until Yahoo is at a 10 yr high before putting out a buy rating. Kind of like a weatherman waiting until it starts raining before predicting that it is going to rain.
What "the numbers" say it is "worth" and what shareholders will get from the entrenched management and board are two different things.
Anything to get the money away from the current management and board before they lose it on a useless acquisition. Of course, paying a dividend reduces the size of their empire, so it won't happen.
You make the wrong assumption that management and the board will allow shareholders to benefit from BABA. This is all about empire building for them, not value for us.