The decline of Yahoo

In 1994, two young people from Stanford University, David Filo and Yang Zhiyuan, jointly built a classified webpage similar to a phone yellow page to store the website addresses they liked to browse. Later, they renamed the page Yahoo and became a must-have tool for countless netizens to access the internet.

In 2000, Yahoo ushered in its most glorious moment, with a market value of $128 billion at one point. Twenty years later, Yahoo sold its core business to Bayern for just $4.83 billion, marking the end of the internet company’s history as a network giant.

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