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Yahoo! Reports Third Quarter 2000 Financial Results;

Company Posts $295.5 Million in Revenues and $81 Million in Pro Forma Net Income

SANTA CLARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 10, 2000--Yahoo! Inc. (Nasdaq:YHOO) today reported net revenues totaling $295,548,000 for the third quarter ended Sept. 30, 2000, compared to net revenues of $155,863,000 for the third quarter ended Sept. 30, 1999, an increase of 90 percent. Pro forma net income for the quarter was $81,090,000 or $0.13 per share diluted, excluding acquisition-related charges, amortization of intangibles and stock compensation, employer payroll taxes on gains realized by employees from non-qualified stock option exercises, and gains from the exchanges of certain equity investments. This compares to pro forma net income of $38,485,000 or $0.06 per share diluted for the comparable period in the previous year. Including acquisition-related charges, amortization of intangibles and stock compensation, and employer payroll taxes on non-qualified options, net income for the third quarter ended Sept. 30, 2000 was $47,665,000 or $0.08 per share diluted, compared to a net income for the third quarter ended Sept. 30, 1999, of $11,073,000, or $0.02 per share diluted.
"The global Yahoo! franchise is stronger today than ever before, and this is reflected in our performance this quarter -- our 16th consecutive quarter of profitability on a pro forma basis before acquisitions," said Tim Koogle, chairman and CEO of Yahoo!. "Once again, we exceeded expectations for financial performance by posting record revenues, operating profit and cash flow. We made significant progress in all areas of strategic focus and extended our services to more of the world's largest advertisers. Going forward, we remain focused on extending our strong leadership position and capturing market share through our key growth areas."

"Yahoo! content and services have become an increasingly essential part of people's daily lives -- our active registered users interact with more Yahoo! services, spend more time, consume more pages, and purchase more products and services," said Jeff Mallett, Yahoo!'s president and chief operating officer. "We also continue to deliver essential services for business partners and clients, who continue to turn to Yahoo! for customized and comprehensive marketing and business solutions. As we move forward into the fourth quarter, we will focus on our key growth areas in order to provide our customers and consumers with the most powerful and valuable suite of services available in the marketplace."

Yahoo! today also announced that Edward Kozel has joined its Board of Directors. Kozel is currently a managing partner of Open Range Ventures, a private venture capital firm. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Cisco Systems, Inc., where he worked for 11 years in a variety of roles. During his tenure at Cisco, Kozel founded the business development group, which, under his direction, was responsible for more than 22 technology acquisitions and 25 minority investments.

Audience Growth, Loyalty and Usage

During the third quarter, Yahoo!(R) once again emerged as the world's leading global, branded Web network and the platform of choice for a vast loyal audience with more than 166 million unique users worldwide during September, including Yahoo! Japan. Yahoo!'s cumulative registrations for member services grew to a record 185 million, up from 155 million in June. According to Nielsen//NetRatings (August 2000), the Yahoo! network reached 60.6 percent of the combined U.S. home/work audience, and is ranked No. 1 among work users (68.4 percent reach) and No. 2 among home users (53.6 percent reach).

The amount of time spent by consumers on Yahoo! continues to grow. Yahoo! is ranked No. 1 among the top five Web sites in average combined time spent by home and work users, which was 98 minutes (Nielsen//NetRatings, August 2000). And, according to Media Metrix's latest research, Yahoo! is ranked No. 1 in month-to-month visitor retention (79.2 percent) among the top six Web sites (June-July 2000). Yahoo! also emerged as the No. 1 Web network in Europe and Japan (Media Metrix, August 2000).

Yahoo! has continuously anticipated and delivered the services that people seek on the Web, and has over time become an increasingly essential part of individuals' daily lives. As a result, the company achieved record levels across key metrics during the third quarter:


  --  Yahoo!'s traffic increased to 780 million page views per day
       on average during September, compared to an average of 680
       million page views per day in June 2000. Yahoo! Japan's
       traffic, which is included in these page view totals,
       increased to more than 112 million page views per day during
       September from more than 85 million per day in June 2000.
       Yahoo! Europe's traffic, also included in total page views,
       reached 41 million page views per day on average in September.
       Yahoo!'s non-U.S. operations, excluding Yahoo! Japan, which is
       not a consolidated subsidiary of Yahoo!, represented 16
       percent of total consolidated revenues during the third
       quarter.

  --  Yahoo!'s communication platform delivered 6.1 billion messages
       on Yahoo! Mail, Yahoo! Messenger and eGroups in September, up
       from 4.4 billion in June.

  --  Voice minutes spent by individuals on Yahoo!'s communication
       services doubled to one billion total minutes during
       September, up from 500 million in June.

  --  Yahoo! hosted and distributed more than 15 million hours of
       streamed audio and video programming during the month of
       September, up from 13 million in June.

  --  The Yahoo! Shopping and Yahoo! Store platform and Yahoo!
       Auctions have grown significantly, with transactions enabled
       increasing 300 percent and more than 400 percent respectively,
       since the third quarter in 1999. Overall, transactions enabled
       on the Yahoo! global network, including Yahoo! Japan, remained
       solid at $1 billion during the third quarter 2000.

Throughout the quarter, Yahoo! continued to expand the extensive array of content and services it offers consumers worldwide. The company completed its acquisition of eGroups, Inc., an email group communication service company, to provide Yahoo!'s community of 166 million consumers powerful new ways to communicate one-to-one, one-to-many and many-to-many.
Yahoo! also made significant progress in five key growth areas: mobile services, rich media and voice services, enabling commerce transactions, business and enterprise services, and globalization.

Mobile Services

During the quarter Yahoo! further expanded its wireless distribution channels worldwide and continued to deliver its popular programming and communications services to the growing numbers of Internet users accessing the Web through mobile devices. Yahoo! welcomed 13 new network and device partners, bringing its total number of wireless alliances to 37 companies in 21 countries. New wireless agreements signed during the third quarter include Mitsubishi in 14 countries throughout Europe and Asia; France Telecom in France; Optus Mobile in Australia and New Zealand; Cosmote in Greece; DiGi Telecommunications in Malaysia; and more.

Rich Media and Voice Services

Yahoo! continued to extend its audio, video, voice, and digital content and services during the third quarter and continued to see strong consumer usage growth of voice-enabled and rich media services. The company today launched several new free voice-enabled services, including Yahoo! By Phone, which provides access to popular My Yahoo!(R) content over the telephone. Yahoo! Mail now incorporates voice telephony which allows users to listen to their email over the phone. And, an updated version of Yahoo! Messenger gives consumers the ability to place PC-to-phone calls to anywhere within the continental United States.

In digital music, Yahoo! entered a license agreement with the Recording Industry Association of America for music performances broadcast by Yahoo! on some of the Web's most popular broadcast destinations, including Yahoo! Radio and Yahoo! Broadcast. Yahoo! also entered into a comprehensive agreement with the NFL to broadcast, for the first time, live game audio for more than 90 percent of this season's NFL games. In addition, the NBA, the WNBA, and Yahoo! entered a multi-faceted global relationship, including NBA and WNBA content distribution, commerce and communications initiatives incorporated into Yahoo!'s branded network, and Yahoo! sponsorship of NBA's and WNBA's media and promotions. Yahoo! sponsored and broadcasted the Macy's Passport 2000 charity fashion show and is broadcasting the live presidential debates of 2000.

Enabling Commerce Transactions

Yahoo! Shopping, the No. 2 shopping destination on the Web (MediaMetrix, August 2000 custom report), continued to grow during the third quarter as leading brand name retailers continue to rely upon it as an essential part of their online business. Merchants joining or renewing commerce agreements with Yahoo! in the third quarter include Barnes & Noble, Costco, Dell, FAO Schwarz, Hewlett-Packard, Kodak, Ritz Camera, Spiegel and Visa. Yahoo! also launched co-branded, free Internet services with leading retail brands Barnes & Noble and Costco.

Yahoo! continued to enhance its suite of commerce solutions and financial services throughout the third quarter. Through the acquisition of Arthas.com and in cooperation with CIBC National Bank, Yahoo! launched Yahoo! Pay Direct, an online person-to-person payment solution, which is tightly integrated into Yahoo! Auctions. Yahoo! also delivered online account aggregation, providing centralized access to personal financial data on Yahoo! from more than 200 financial institutions through VerticalOne. Yahoo! Finance, the No. 1 ranked financial site on the Web (Media Metrix, August 2000 custom report), also began offering free real-time ECN quotes through relationships with Instinet, Island and Archipelago.

Business and Enterprise Services

Corporate Yahoo!(TM), a customized enterprise information portal solution, continued to attract new clients during the quarter, including Applied Materials, Honeywell, Intellinex (a venture of Ernst & Young LLP) and The TCW Group (Trust Company of the West). These companies join Alcatel, Inktomi, Network Appliance, the state of North Carolina, and others as customers licensing Corporate Yahoo!. The state of North Carolina's site based on Corporate Yahoo! has already earned Government Technology magazine's "Best of the Web" award for 2000.

In addition, Yahoo! hosted and distributed 1,055 streamed audio and video corporate events during the quarter including key new broadcast services accounts such as Proctor & Gamble, Samsung Electronics, Schering-Plough, Trans World Airlines and United Steelworkers of America.

Globalization

Yahoo! further demonstrated its commitment to delivering relevant programming and services to a global audience by deepening the offerings across its global network of 24 World sites. During the third quarter, Yahoo! expanded more of its popular communication and commerce services throughout Europe, Asia and the Americas, including Yahoo! Clubs in 10 countries, Yahoo! Invites in 12 countries, and Yahoo! Shopping in several Asian countries and Spain. Yahoo! also continues to support growth of the global Internet market by making investments in key media and distribution outlets around the world such as Mingpao.com, an online affiliate of one of the leading media companies in Hong Kong, the Ming Pao Group; and PhoenixNet, a leading Asia Pacific satellite broadband enabler.

Interactive Marketing Services

During the quarter, Yahoo! continued to develop comprehensive, customized and integrated marketing solutions through Fusion Marketing. Yahoo! served 3,450 advertisers and merchants during the third quarter, including more than 1,400 clients outside the United States. Yahoo! launched innovative offline and online promotions with Pepsi and 7-Eleven. New accounts and major traditional brands served in the third quarter include Bank One, Barnes & Noble, Costco, Home & Garden Television, Instinet, Neiman Marcus, NetLedger, OxygenMedia, Polaroid, Publishers Clearing House, ReplayTV, 7-Eleven, 3M, T.J. Maxx, Trans World Airlines, United Airlines, and Xerox.

About Yahoo!

Yahoo! Inc. is a global Internet communications, commerce and media company that offers a comprehensive branded network of services to more than 166 million individuals each month worldwide. As the first online navigational guide to the Web, www.yahoo.com is the leading guide in terms of traffic, advertising, household and business user reach, and is one of the most recognized brands associated with the Internet. The company also provides online business services designed to enhance the Web presence of Yahoo!'s clients, including audio and video streaming, store hosting and management, and Web site tools and services. The company's global Web network includes 24 World properties. Yahoo! has offices in Europe, the Asia Pacific, Latin America, Canada and the United States, and is headquartered in Santa Clara, Calif.

This announcement contains forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties, including those relating to the company's ability to grow its user and advertiser bases, its advertising and commerce revenues, and the company's ability to continue to generate profits and positive cash flow from operations. Actual results may differ materially from the results predicted and reported results should not be considered as an indication of future performance. The potential risks and uncertainties include, among others, the increasingly competitive and constantly changing environment for advertising sales and for Yahoo! branded services; uncertainties associated with the Web as an advertising and commerce medium; the company's dependence on advertising revenues and on third parties for technology, content, and distribution; and the company's ability to successfully integrate its acquired companies. Many of the electronic commerce transactions described in this release do not result in revenues to Yahoo!. More information about potential factors that could affect the company's business and financial results is included in the company's Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended Dec. 31, 1999, the company's current report on Form 8-K/A filed on Sept. 22, 2000, and Yahoo!'s quarterly report on Form 10-Q for the three-month and six-month periods ended June 30, 2000, including (without limitation) under the captions, "Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations," "Competition," "Proprietary Rights," and "Risk Factors," which are on file with the Securities and Exchange Commission (http://www.sec.gov). Additional information will also be set forth in those sections in Yahoo!'s quarterly report on Form 10-Q for the three-month and nine-month periods ended Sept. 30, 2000, which will be filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission in the near future. The accompanying condensed consolidated statements of operations and balance sheets are an integral part of this announcement.

Note to Editors: Yahoo!, the Yahoo! logo, Corporate Yahoo! and My Yahoo! are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Yahoo! Inc.

All other trademarks and/or registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.


                             Yahoo! Inc.
 Unaudited Pro Forma Condensed Consolidated Statements of Operations
              (in thousands, except per share amounts)


                         Three Months Ended        Nine Months Ended
                            September 30,             September 30,
                         ------------------       -------------------
                          2000        1999         2000        1999
                         ------      ------       ------      -------

Net revenues           $ 295,548   $ 155,863    $ 799,305  $  388,638
Cost of revenues          38,616      23,750      109,673      65,469
                      ---------   ---------    ---------  ----------
   Gross profit         256,932     132,113      689,632     323,169
                      ---------   ---------    ---------  ----------

Operating expenses:
Sales and marketing     106,366      55,033      285,602     146,876
Product development      26,843      16,956       73,203      45,473
General and
 administrative          16,942       9,441       47,537      27,263
                      ---------   ---------    ---------  ----------
   Total operating
    expenses            150,151      81,430      406,342     219,612
                      ---------   ---------    ---------  ----------

Income from
operations              106,781      50,683      283,290     103,557

Investment income, net    25,403      10,019       65,969      26,820
Minority interests in
operations of
consolidated
subsidiaries             (1,394)       (569)      (5,422)     (1,733)
                      ---------   ---------    ---------  ----------

Income before
income taxes            130,790      60,133      343,837     128,644

Provision for
income taxes             49,700      21,648      130,658      46,312
                      ---------   ---------    ---------  ----------

Pro forma net income   $  81,090   $  38,485    $ 213,179  $   82,332
                      =========   =========    =========  ==========
Pro forma net income
per share - diluted   $    0.13   $    0.06    $    0.35  $     0.14
                      =========   =========    =========  ==========
Shares used in
per share pro forma
calculation
- diluted               612,971     595,442      614,398     596,366
                      =========   =========    =========  ==========

  Notes: The results for all periods presented have been restated to
reflect the acquisition of eGroups which was completed during the
quarter ended September 30, 2000 and accounted for as a pooling of
interests.

  All notes are in thousands.

  The above unaudited pro forma condensed consolidated statements of
operations exclude the effects of the following:

  --  Acquisition-related costs are primarily composed of charges
       related to the acquisitions of eGroups, broadcast.com,
       GeoCities, and Log-Me-On in the amounts of $22,370, $22,125,
       $56,125, and $9,775 in the quarters ended September 30, 2000,
       September 30, 1999, June 30, 1999, and March 31, 1999,
       respectively.

  --  Employer payroll taxes assessed on stock option gains realized
       by employees.

  --  Stock compensation expense.

  --  Amortization of purchased technology and goodwill.

  --  Investment income related to gains from the exchanges of
       certain equity investments of $5,017 and $40,656 in the
       quarters ended September 30, 2000 and March 31, 2000,
       respectively.

  --  Goodwill amortization, included in investment income, related
       to the Yahoo! Japan equity investment of $1,455 in each of the
       quarters ended September 30, 2000 and June 30, 2000.

  The above also assumes 38% and 36% effective tax rates for the pro
forma presentation of the periods ended September 30, 2000 and 1999,
respectively.

                             Yahoo! Inc.
     Unaudited Condensed Consolidated Statements of Operations
              (in thousands, except per share amounts)


                         Three Months Ended        Nine Months Ended
                             September 30,            September 30,
                         ------------------       -------------------
                          2000        1999         2000        1999
                         ------      ------       ------      -------

Net revenues           $ 295,548   $ 155,863    $ 799,305   $ 388,638

Cost of revenues          38,616      23,750      109,673      65,469
Amortization of
purchased technology      2,244       2,500        6,432       7,174
                      ---------   ---------    ---------   ---------
   Total cost
    of revenues          40,860      26,250      116,105      72,643

                      ---------   ---------    ---------   ---------
   Gross profit         254,688     129,613      683,200     315,995
                      ---------   ---------    ---------   ---------

Operating expenses:
Sales and marketing     106,366      55,033      285,602     146,876
Product development      26,843      16,956       73,203      45,473
General and
 administrative          16,942       9,441       47,537      27,263
Payroll taxes on
 option exercises (1)     4,000          --       12,290          --
Stock compensation
 expense                  4,990       2,127       17,190       4,874
Amortization of
 intangibles              5,418       3,477       14,235      10,139
Acquisition-related
 costs (2)               22,370      22,125       22,785      88,487
                      ---------   ---------    ---------   ---------
   Total operating
    expenses            186,929     109,159      472,842     323,112
                      ---------   ---------    ---------   ---------
Income (loss) from
operations               67,759      20,454      210,358      (7,117)

Investment income,
net (3)                  28,965      10,019      104,801      26,820
Minority interests
in operations
of consolidated
subsidiaries             (1,394)       (569)      (5,422)     (1,733)
                      ---------   ---------    ---------   ---------
Income before
income taxes             95,330      29,904      309,737      17,970

Provision for
income taxes             47,665      18,831      141,142       7,923
                      ---------   ---------    ---------   ---------

Net income             $  47,665   $  11,073    $ 168,595   $  10,047
                      =========   =========    =========   =========
Net income per share
- diluted             $    0.08   $    0.02    $    0.27   $    0.02
                      =========   =========    =========   =========
Shares used in
per share calculation
- diluted               612,971     595,442      614,398     596,366
                      =========   =========    =========   =========


  Notes: The results for all periods presented have been restated to
reflect the acquisition of eGroups which was completed during the
quarter ended September 30, 2000 and accounted for as a pooling of
interests.

  All notes are in thousands.

(1) In September 1999, the FASB issued a Staff announcement which
   requires employer payroll taxes assessed on stock option gains
   realized by employees to be recorded in the income statement.

(2) Acquisition-related costs are primarily composed of charges
   related to the acquisitions of eGroups, broadcast.com, GeoCities,
   and Log-Me-On in the amounts of $22,370, $22,125, $56,125, and
   $9,775 in the quarters ended September 30, 2000, September 30,
   1999, June 30, 1999, and March 31, 1999, respectively.

(3) Investment income includes gains from the exchanges of certain
   equity investments of $5,017 and $40,656 in the quarters ended
   September 30, 2000 and March 31, 2000, respectively. Investment
   income also includes goodwill amortization related to the Yahoo!
   Japan equity investment of $1,455 in each of the quarters ended
   September 30, 2000 and June 30, 2000.


                             Yahoo! Inc.
         Unaudited Consolidated Summary Balance Sheet Data
                           (in thousands)

                              September 30,            December 31,
                                  2000                    1999
                              -------------            ------------
ASSETS
Cash, cash equivalents,
 and investments in
 marketable debt securities   $  1,610,470             $  1,004,301
Accounts receivable, net            74,496                   56,454
Property and equipment, net         98,098                   60,798
Investments in marketable
 equity securities                 240,125                  250,966
Other assets                       286,641                  147,610
                              -------------            -------------
   Total assets               $  2,309,830             $  1,520,129
                              =============            =============

LIABILITIES AND
STOCKHOLDERS' EQUITY
 Liabilities:
  Accounts payable            $     19,293             $     14,341
  Accrued expenses and
   other liabilities               194,667                  107,303
  Deferred revenue                 152,404                   90,790
                              -------------            -------------
   Total liabilities               366,364                  212,434
                              -------------            -------------

Minority interests in
consolidated subsidiaries           29,437                    3,790
Mandatory redeemable
convertible preferred stock             --                   52,173

Stockholders' equity:
Common Stock                     1,749,213                1,148,903
Retained earnings
 (accumulated deficit)             140,299                  (25,842)
Accumulated other
 comprehensive income               24,517                  128,671
                              -------------            -------------
   Total stockholders'
    equity                       1,914,029                1,251,732
                              -------------            -------------
                              $  2,309,830             $  1,520,129
                              =============            =============

  Note: The results for all periods presented have been restated to
reflect the acquisition of eGroups which was completed during the
quarter ended September 30, 2000 and accounted for as a pooling of
interests.


                             Yahoo! Inc.
           Unaudited Consolidated Summary Cash Flows Data
                           (in thousands)

                         Three Months Ended        Nine Months Ended
                            September 30,            September 30,
                         ------------------       -------------------
                          2000        1999         2000        1999
                         ------      ------       ------      -------
CASH FLOWS FROM
OPERATING ACTIVITIES:
 Net income            $ 47,665     $ 11,073     $168,595   $ 10,047
 Adjustments to
  reconcile net
  income to net cash
  provided by operating
  activities:
 Depreciation and
  amortization           18,680       11,640       49,195     32,089
 Tax benefits from
  stock options          40,718        9,152      125,534      7,484
 Other non-cash items     2,453        2,540      (21,983)    16,382
 Change in working
  capital                63,911       36,040      109,428     50,839
                       ---------    ---------    ---------  ---------
 Net cash provided
  by operating
  activities            173,427       70,445      430,769    116,841
                       ---------    ---------    ---------  ---------
CASH FLOWS FROM
INVESTING ACTIVITIES:
 Acquisition of
  property and
  equipment            (22,738)      (11,370)     (65,785)   (32,260)
 Investments in
  equity securities
  and other            (37,541)      (15,767)     (82,605)   (52,379)
                       ---------    ---------    ---------  ---------
Net cash used in
 investing activities  (60,279)      (27,137)    (148,390)   (84,639)
                       ---------    ---------    ---------  ---------
CASH FLOWS FROM
FINANCING ACTIVITIES
AND OTHER:
 Proceeds from
  issuance of
  Capital Stock, net   121,560        63,776      322,900    125,546
 Other                  (1,631)         (574)         890     (1,312)
                       ---------    ---------    ---------  ---------
Net cash provided by
 financing activities
 and other             119,929        63,202      323,790    124,234
                       ---------    ---------    ---------  ---------

Net change in cash,
cash equivalents,
and marketable debt
securities             233,077       106,510      606,169    156,436
Cash, cash equivalents,
and marketable debt
securities at
beginning of
period              1,377,393        686,005    1,004,301    636,079
                    ---------       --------    ---------   ---------

Cash, cash equivalents,
and marketable debt
securities at end
of period          $1,610,470      $ 792,515   $1,610,470  $ 792,515
                   ==========      =========   ==========  ==========

  Note: The results for all periods presented have been restated to
reflect the acquisition of eGroups which was completed during the
quarter ended September 30, 2000 and accounted for as a pooling of
interests.

   CONTACT: Yahoo!                                                  
            Diane Hunt, 408/731-3441 (Corp. Comm.)              
            diane@yahoo-inc.com                                
            Andrea Klipfel, 408/731-3402 (Investor Relations)  
            investor_relations@yahoo-inc.com                    
           
   
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10.10.00 22:37

248 Postings, 7415 Tage zunkdebunkZahlen sind da!!!

13 Cents pro Aktie

Auf bigcharts.com  

10.10.00 22:40

13786 Postings, 7722 Tage Parocorpyeah ! yahoo rulez ;o) o.T.

10.10.00 22:40

892 Postings, 7384 Tage TamerJes bringt aber nichts LU hat geschockt!!! o.T.

10.10.00 22:46

13786 Postings, 7722 Tage Parocorpin diesem umfeld.... gift !

wenn es nach den nervösen anlegern gehen soll/könnte, muss jetzt jedes unternehmen dicke schwarze zahlen schreiben... (um wieder vertrauen aufzubauen) gab es das je mal? läuft so nicht!!!

stock picking ist angesagt...  

10.10.00 22:51

892 Postings, 7384 Tage TamerJyahoos 3 $gewinn wird schneller dahin schmelzen

als ihr gucken könnt.  

10.10.00 22:57

21799 Postings, 7667 Tage Karlchen_I@Tamer: Sehe ich auch so. Das, was Yahoo ....

präsentiert hat, reicht nicht. Auf den ersten Blick sieht es zwar gut aus, auf den zweiten Blick kommen aber Zweifel auf. Ein großer Teil ds Wachsumstums beruht auf Zukäufen, und es wird in der Pressemitteilung nichts darüber gesagt, wie sich aktuell die Werbeeinnahmen entwickeln. Aber gerade darauf haben die Anleger ihr Augenmerk gerichtet.  

10.10.00 23:04

892 Postings, 7384 Tage TamerJdie luft ist bei yahoo raus es ist streaming

angesagt. falls yahoo sich nicht neu orientiert wird der kurs weiter fallen.
erste schritte haben sie ja gemacht. mal schaun wie es sich weiterentwickelt.  

11.10.00 00:20

892 Postings, 7384 Tage TamerJtja von +3 auf -7 o.T.

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