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Yahoo's new boss, Marissa Mayer, pulled off a sparkling first impression yesterday, cheering Wall Street with better-than-expected third-quarter results as she outlined her plans to revive the struggling internet giant.

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Anyone who had assumed they would never hear any more from Norway's convicted mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik, is in for a surprise. One of his right-wing rants will be uttered on stage by a Turkish-born actress from a political theatre group in the east German city of Weimar this week.

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Ms Mayer will be three months in top job when baby arrives

New Yahoo boss Marissa Mayer given £37m pay package

Yahoo is giving its new chief executive Marissa Mayer a compensation package worth more than 59 million dollars (£37m) over the next few years.

Yahoo poaches Marissa Mayer from Google to take over as CEO

Yahoo electrified Silicon Valley and its own 12,000-strong workforce last night by poaching Marissa Mayer, one of the earliest and most famous employees of its arch-rival Google, to be the company's new chief executive.

Facebook children ban could be lifted

Faced with slowing growth in its advertising business, Facebook is considering throwing open its social network to children, in the hope that their parents will pay for games and other content on the site.

James Moore: What's in a name? Yell has to tackle its crisis

Outlook Yell has a problem. The stumbling directories business that used to be known as Yellow Pages has become a byword for bad management and bad debt. (It has a mountain of the stuff which needs restructuring. Again.) Not to mention the fact that the internet has presented all sorts of challenges to its business model.

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