18 July 2016

YAHOO $YHOO Q2 2016 Earnings, Webcast Monday July 18, 5:30pm ET

YAHOO $YHOO Q2 2016 Earnings, Webcast Monday July 18, 5:30pm ET:

Yahoo's (YHOO) CEO Marissa Mayer on Q2 2016 Results - Earnings Call Transcript | SeekingAlpha.com


Chart: since July 20, 2012, Yahoo shares (NASDAQ: YHOO) are UP 137% as of July 15, 2016
Marissa Mayer was appointed President and CEO of Yahoo! effective July 17, 2012, and
since July 20, 2012, Yahoo shares (NASDAQ: YHOO) are UP 137% as of July 15, 2016.
Yahoo reports Q2 2016 earnings results, Monday, July 18, 2016, after the market close, LIVE webcast at 5:30 pm ET: https://finance.yahoo.com/topics/yahoo-q2-2016-earnings. The webcast video will be archived after the event at https://investor.yahoo.net/ and will be available for 90 days following the LIVE broadcast.

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UPDATE: Yahoo Q2 2016 earnings release-- EPS of $0.09 misses consensus estimates by $0.01, revenue of $1.3B (+4.8% Y/Y) beats by $220M--
Our second quarter GAAP revenue and Cost of revenue - TAC were impacted by a required change in revenue presentation related to the Eleventh Amendment to the Microsoft Search Agreement ("Change in Revenue Presentation," as discussed below). Specifically, $252 million of GAAP revenue and Cost of revenue - TAC for the second quarter of 2016 was due to the Change in Revenue Presentation. Excluding the impact of this change, GAAP revenue would have been $1,055 million, a 15 percent decline from the second quarter of 2015, and Cost of revenue - TAC would have been $214 million, a 7 percent increase from the second quarter of 2015.--Yahoo Q2 2016 release
Yahoo Q2 2016 earnings release:

Preview:
  • Yahoo! (YHOO) Auction Comes to an End"Yahoo!'s (YHOO) final bids are due Monday, July 18, after a drawn-out auction and the company's board is set to make a decision as to who wins the bid soon after, Bloomberg TV's David Guru reported on "Bloomberg Markets" citing a New York Times report. Verizon (VZ), AT&T (T), and Quicken Loans' founder Dan Gilbert are expected to make a bid on Yahoo that range between $3 billion to $6 billion depending on what assets are accounted for in the bids, Bloomberg TV Emily Chang said. It is assumed the companies are bidding for Yahoo's core assets, which include search, emails, media, and advertising, she said. "It's very unclear what exact company is bidding for what, and what ..."
  • As it nears sale, Yahoo's earnings likely to reveal continued decline"Despite Yahoo's (NASDAQ: YHOO) not-so-sunny outlook, some analysts believe its impending sale will affect its stock price more than its current revenue ... Though Yahoo is nowhere near its heyday, it still boasts a robust media sector , and is one of the top trafficked online destinations. Yahoo has also made moves to build up its advertising business, though some have argued that its facing massive ad fraud issues . It could make it attractive to a company like Verizon, which needs more media content to make itself an advertising powerhouse. Analysts estimate that the company will report revenue of $1.08 billion, and 10 cents per share, according to Thompson Reuters."
  • Yahoo Q2 earnings preview | BusinessInsider.com"Mavens [mobile, video, native, social] revenue will once again be under the spotlight come Monday, when Yahoo reports its second-quarter earnings. Another slowdown will be a serious blow to Yahoo and Mayer's legacy as CEO, as Mavens has been one of the few bright spots during her three-year tenure. It could also send Yahoo stock down as the company's other legacy businesses have already been in decline for years now."
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See also:
Yahoo $YHOO Q1 2016 Earnings Webcast, April 19, 5 pm ET (video) | DomainMondo.com

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