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Yahoo’s new data center to cost $150M

Yahoo! new data center facility in Lockport, New York (Niagara County), might cost the company $150 million to build. Another possible location is Genesee County in Western New York. A planned public hearing on the site is scheduled on the last day of this month. The new data center is expected to employ 125 people.

Yahoo! to build new data center in New York?

Yaho0! may build a new data center in Western New York. The company talked with the U.S. Senator Charles Schumer, as well as New York State officials about the possibility. The new DC could be as large as 60,000 square feet and help create 50 to 100 jobs. According to reports, Schumer said the possibility […]

Yahoo! to close Geocities

Yahoo! has announced its plans to close down its free web hosting service Geocities that it acquired back in 1999 for an astronomical $4.6 billion. The company promised to reveal their new market strategy, part of which is to acquire new social networking sites to put the company back on track and make their site […]

1&1 climbing to the top?

According to hosting industry researcher, WebHosting.Info, 1&1 is now the 4th largest web host in the U.S. It has shoved Yahoo! out of the way as the more prolific web host of the two. In my estimation, it’s not a big feat to overtake Yahoo! as a web host. Yahoo! regularly practices bait and switch, […]

Yahoo to slash workforce by 10%

Yahoo announced Tuesday, October 21,┬áthat it plans to cut at least 10 percent of its workforce, or more than 1,500 employees, in the fourth quarter in an effort reduce costs.┬áThe company’s sales for the third quarter were roughly in line with Wall Street’s estimates, however profits were down 64 percent compared to same period last […]

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