Why Yahoo is changing its name :Reason Behind It

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The organization arrangements to change its name to Altaba Inc. after it turns over its email, sites, versatile applications and publicizing apparatuses to Verizon. The new name is intended to mirror Yahoo's change into a holding organization for interests in China's internet business pioneer, Alibaba Group, and Yahoo Japan that are worth about more than $40 billion joined. 

Hurray CEO Marissa Mayer, fellow benefactor David Filo and four different chiefs right now on the organization's 11-part board will leave after the arranged deal to Verizon closes. Verizon is relied upon to hold Yahoo's image under its possession. 

Be that as it may, the Verizon bargain has been risked by Yahoo's late revelation of two PC hacking assaults that stole individual data from more than 1 billion client accounts amid two unique interruptions that happened in 2013 and 2014. 

Verizon is reassessing whether it ought to renegotiate the business cost or maybe cross out the arrangement light of hacking disclosures that could trigger a reaction among Yahoo clients annoy about touchy individual subtle elements being stolen. Yippee is battling to keep the arrangement in place. 

In the main change that produced results Monday, Yahoo executive Eric Brandt turned into the organization's director. He replaces Maynard Webb, who gets to be administrator emeritus until the Verizon bargain closes. 

Brandt, the previous CFO of chipmaker Broadcom, joined Yahoo's board 10 months back. Webb had been Yahoo's director for almost four years. In the event that the Verizon bargain closes, Webb will leave the load up alongside Mayer, Filo and Eddy Hartenstein, Richard Hill and Jane Shaw.