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In September 2011, Yahoo formed an ad selling strategic partnership with 2 of its top competitors, AOL and Microsoft. But by 2013 this was found to be underperforming in market share and revenue, as Microsoft simply skimmed off four percent of the search market from Yahoo, without growing their combined share.

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As a photographer who specialises in capturing births, maternity and newborn babies, Nahomie Hann has come face to face with the blood, sweat and tears of labour more often than most. “The excitement died very quickly,” says Hann, who is from Canada and lives in Glasgow with her husband. Well, if you expect childbirth to be like in movies, it’s not,” she says bluntly.

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Theresa May has called a snap general election for June 8, claiming that divisions at Westminster risked hampering the Brexit negotiations. The Prime Minister will require the support of two-thirds of MPs to go to the country, with a vote scheduled in the Commons on Wednesday after the surprise announcement on Tuesday morning.

Calendar Yahoo Calendar has all the tools you need to help manage and organise your busy schedule. Calendar entry Multiple calendars Get reminders for birthdays, anniversaries and appointments. With Yahoo Calendar, you can create calendar entries by clicking on the time and date when the event will be occurring. Add the event title and location, and select ‘Add more details’ to see options to invite people to the event or to add an alert reminder. Some people use their Calendar to manage their personal appointments, work and school schedules, and family events. We’ve made it easy for you to create and label calendar entries so you can quickly keep track and manage multiple parts of your life. To create a new Calendar, simply click on the gear icon next to Calendars, name and pick a colour theme for your new calendar, then Save.

On each contact’s profile, you’ll find a snapshot of your most recent interactions with them, including messages, photos and files. So if you’ve had a long email thread with a friend about an upcoming holiday, simply navigate over to your contacts and select your friend’s name to quickly see the latest emails and attachments that they’ve sent you about the trip.

Mother and daughter die after getting stuck in a sauna The two women, aged 45 and 65, were using a neighbour’s sauna in Jicin (near Prague), Czech Republic, when the tragedy occurred on Saturday night. When they didn’t emerge after an hour and a half, the neighbour checked on them only to find them lying dead on the floor of the sauna. It is recommended that sauna sessions should not run longer than 30-45 minutes for experienced sauna-takers. Yahoo News UK

Yahoo Cookies Yahoo may set and read cookies and device identifiers when you visit our websites, use our products or visit a website where Yahoo provides ads, content or analytics. A cookie is a small piece of information that is stored on a computer for the purpose of identifying that particular browser during interaction on websites. Device identifiers are assembled from the system elements available, which could include the IP address, user agent information (browser version, OS type and version) or device-generated identifiers such as Apple’s ID for advertisers, Apple’s ID for vendors, Google’s Android ID or Google’s Play Store ad ID. Cookies and similar technology may be used to remember items such as identifiers and user preferences, and to identify and recognise Yahoo users. A website may set a cookie to the browser if the browser’s preferences allow it. A browser only permits a website to access the cookies that it has set, not those set by other websites. Yahoo’s Practices Regarding Cookies and Similar Technologies Yahoo may use cookies and similar technologies for a number of purposes, including to: Access your information when you “sign in” so we can provide you with customized content or remember the last page you visited in a Yahoo product or service. Information that Yahoo collects related to your activities and interests is maintained by Yahoo on its servers and is associated with Yahoo cookies and similar technologies. You can learn more about Yahoo’s data retention and storage practices here. Maintain your settings and identity while you are using Yahoo products or services. When you log in to your Yahoo account, a cookie and/or device ID that links to information about your interests is placed on the computer or device you are using. This allows Yahoo to associate your interests and activity if you log in to your Yahoo account on multiple devices. This means that your browsing habits on your work computer or a library computer, when logged in, can inform your experience on Yahoo when using your home computer when logged in. Deliver advertisements and content relevant to your interests. Yahoo collects and maintains information about your interests based on your websurfing activity when you are visiting the branded Yahoo network of websites, websites within the Yahoo Network, as well as other non-Yahoo web sites that we partner with. Yahoo may use web beacons to collect and maintain information about your websurfing activity when you are visiting the branded Yahoo network of websites as well as other non-Yahoo websites. Provide general internal and customer analytics. Yahoo Analytics is a system used to collect information about visitors to our customers’ websites, or the use of our customers’ services or apps. Maintain information in both identifiable and anonymous forms. When you are signed-in to your Yahoo account, Yahoo associates your observed interests and activities with your Yahoo account using a process that keeps your personal information and your browsing information separate. If you are a registered Yahoo user who is not signed in, Yahoo stores information about your interests based on a browser cookie ID. This cookie ID is an encrypted (or ‘one-way secret hashed’) form of a Yahoo cookie that is separate from your Yahoo account information and also includes the age (in whole years), gender and location provided when you created your Yahoo account. Your device ID or other identifiers may be associated with this cookie ID for each device that you log in to, and your device or cookie IDs may also be associated with other devices in a similar location, such as within a household. This cookie is not used by any party, including Yahoo, to identify you personally. Conduct research to improve Yahoo’s content, products and services. To support security measures, such as requiring re-logging into a Yahoo product or service after a certain amount of time has elapsed. To assist in identifying possible fraudulent activities. Choices about Cookies and Similar Technologies To see and/or customize the interests assigned to your browser that we use for customized advertising and content, you can visit our Ad Interest Manager. Ad Interest Manager allows you to opt-out of one or more specific interest categories or opt-out of all interest-based ads and content that Yahoo serves. Yahoo offers you the ability to make your opt-out choice persistent. To use the persistent opt-out, you will need to sign-in to Yahoo before you exercise your opt-out choice. You may configure your browser to accept all cookies, reject all cookies, or notify you when a cookie is set. Each browser is different, so check the “Help” menu of your browser to learn how to change your cookie preferences. Most mobile operating systems provide you with an option in the device settings to limit ad tracking associated with certain device IDs that they may share with us. Even when you exercise this option, we may still use other information that we obtain from devices and apps for fraud, security, analytics, product improvement and attribution purposes. Please refer to your mobile operating system’s Help Centre to learn more Once you log into Yahoo on your device, Yahoo may recognize your device to provide you with a personalized experience (even if you log out), independent of your device settings. Your device’s privacy settings may not provide you with full control over your privacy but you can control Yahoo ad targeting and personalization through our Ad Interest Manager. To opt out of Yahoo personalization, please visit the Yahoo Ad Interest Manager to configure your settings directly with Yahoo. The Adobe Flash Player is an application and web tool that allows rapid development of dynamic content. Flash (and similar applications) use technology to remember settings, preferences and usage similar to browser cookies but these are managed through a different interface than the one provided by your web browser. Yahoo employs Adobe Flash cookies in compliance with Network Advertising Initiative standards. Yahoo employs Adobe Flash cookies in certain situations where we use Flash to provide some content such as video clips or animation. You may access your Flash management tools from Adobe’s web site directly. Yahoo does not use Flash cookies to serve interest-based advertising. If you reject all cookies, you may not be able to use Yahoo products or services that require you to “sign in,” and you may not be able to take full advantage of all offerings. You can visit the Network Advertising Initiative or the Digital Advertising Alliance to see other companies that offer opt outs and to use other tools to manage your opt-out choices. Other Companies’ Cookies on Yahoo In addition to Yahoo using cookies and similar technologies on our network of websites, we allow certain Third Parties to set and access their cookies and similar technologies on your computer. These companies’ use of cookies and similar technologies is subject to their own privacy policies, not the Yahoo Privacy Policy. Yahoo Privacy and Cookie Policy We have detailed reference links describing our privacy practices for a wide range of Yahoo products and services. Find them here. Personalised Experience By offering you content and advertising that is relevant and tailored to your interests, Yahoo provides a more compelling online experience. Update your content or search preferences, manage your advertising choices or learn more about relevant advertising.

Scientists in the Philippines have discovered the first living giant shipworm. The living specimen’s discovery was detailed in US science journal the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). The shipworm is part of the bivalve family, in the same group as mussels and clams, and spends its life encased in a hard shell, feeding on mud.

In early 2012, after the appointment of Scott Thompson as CEO, rumors began to spread about looming layoffs. Several key executives, such as Chief Product Officer Blake Irving left. On April 4, 2012, Yahoo announced a cut of 2,000 jobs or about 14 percent of its 14,100 workers. The cut was expected to save around $375 million annually after the layoffs are completed at end of 2012. In an email sent to employees in April 2012, Thompson reiterated his view that customers should come first at Yahoo. He also completely reorganized the company.

On each contact’s profile, you’ll find a snapshot of your most recent interactions with them, including messages, photos and files. So if you’ve had a long email thread with a friend about an upcoming holiday, simply navigate over to your contacts and select your friend’s name to quickly see the latest emails and attachments that they’ve sent you about the trip. Maintain and organise all your contacts in one place. In the Contacts section, click Import contacts and select the provider that you want to import your contacts from: Facebook, Google, Outlook, another Yahoo account or upload a .csv or .vcf file.

NewsThe TelegraphPrince Harry: I sought counselling after 20 years of not thinking about the death of my mother, Diana, and two years of total chaos in my lifePrince Harry has disclosed that he sought counselling after enduring two years of “total chaos” while still struggling in his late twenties to come to terms with the death of his mother. The Prince says in an interview with The Telegraph that he “shut down all his emotions” for almost two decades after losing his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, despite his brother, Prince William, trying to persuade him to seek help. Disclosing that he has spoken to a professional about his mental health, he describes how he only began to  address his grief when he was 28 after feeling “on the verge of punching someone” and facing anxiety during royal engagements.112Reactions. Click to view reactions


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