yahoo is worthless

 

My favorite chart on the website this week (so far) comes from Matthew Klein’s column: Is Yahoo’s Business Worth Less Than Nothing? And it’s filled with informative details.

Yahoo! Inc.’s total value is represented by the first bar. If you subtract the value of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. and Yahoo! Japan Corp. you are left with Yahoo’s core business — excluding its Japanese and Chinese investments — and a negative valuation. continues here

Category: IPOs, Valuation

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4 Responses to “When Markets Are Wrong”

  1. chavan says:

    Problem is his analysis doesn’t take into account the massive tax implications of spinning off their foreign holdings.

  2. jj2me says:

    Maybe this explains why joining this year’s Yahoo NCAA basketball bracket pools requires you to sign up for text message spam.

  3. constantnormal says:

    BR — the link within the “continues here” text is wrong, and fails to connect to your piece in Bloomberg, instead taking the reader to Matthew Klein’s piece.