09 June, 2017
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Verizon - the parent company of AOL - announced it would scoop up Yahoo last July for almost $5 billion. That means the remainder company, to be renamed Altaba, will become an investment vehicle reflecting the Alibaba investment when the Verizon deal closes on June 13th. The security incidents forced Yahoo back to the negotiating table, and the two sides agreed to lop off $350 million from the price. Verizon Communications pre-estimates to have 1.3 billion users and $7 billion in sales from the combined AOL and Yahoo.
Armstrong has been upfront that there will be layoffs. "Consistent with what we have said since the deal was announced, we will be aligning our global organization to the strategy". TechCrunch reports that 14,000 employees now work at AOL and Yahoo.
Citing sources, TechCrunch reports that as many as 2,100 jobs will be lost of the two companies' combined 14,000 employees.