yahoo! japan corp-unspon adr (YAHOY) Key Developments
Yahoo Japan Corporation Provides Dividend Guidance for the Year of 2015
Jul 30 15
Yahoo Japan Corporation provided dividend guidance for the year of 2015. For the year the company estimates fiscal year 2015 dividend of JPY 8.86 per share.
Yahoo Japan Corporation Reports Consolidated Earnings Results for the First Quarter Ended June 30, 2015
Jul 30 15
Yahoo Japan Corporation reported consolidated earnings results for the first quarter ended June 30, 2015. For the quarter, the company reported revenue of ¥110,576 million compared to ¥99,947 million, operating income of ¥49,151 million compared to ¥48,753 million, income before income taxes of ¥50,541 million compared to ¥58,567 million, net income attributable to owners of the parent of ¥33,380 million or ¥5.86 per diluted share compared to ¥36,416 million or ¥6.39 per diluted share for the last year. Cash flows from operating activities was ¥13,759 million compared to ¥3,802 million, expenditures on property and equipment was ¥3,203 million compared to ¥5,102 million and expenditures on intangible assets was ¥2,911 million compared to ¥1,465 million for the last year.
Skyscanner Limited Forms Joint Venture with Yahoo Japan Corporation to Launch Skyscanner Japan
Jul 15 15
Skyscanner Limited has formed a joint venture with Yahoo Japan Corporation to launch Skyscanner Japan, a search engine dedicated to the travel market. Under the terms of the joint venture, Skyscanner will hold a 51% stake and Yahoo Japan will hold a 49% stake in Skyscanner Japan. Skyscanner and Yahoo Japan will operate the site independently from their own operations and will share board duties.
Yahoo Japan Corporation Presents at Daiwa TMT Conference 2015, Jun-11-2015
Jun 3 15
Yahoo Japan Corporation Presents at Daiwa TMT Conference 2015, Jun-11-2015 . Venue: Daiwa Securities Co. Ltd., Tokyo Head Office, GrandTokyo North Tower, 9-1 Marunouchi 1-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan.
Yahoo Japan Corp. Announces Executive Changes
May 21 15
Yahoo Japan Corp. announced that Nikesh Arora will replace Masayoshi Son as chairman, subject to shareholder approval at the company's annual general meeting in June. Son, who has been chairman since July 1996, will remain a board member of Yahoo Japan. Arora was appointed earlier this month as president of Softbank, effectively No. 2 after Son, subject to approval at a board meeting after the June annual shareholders' meeting.