By The Associated Press
NEW CEO, OLD STORY: Yahoo's second-quarter results showed the Internet company is still struggling to revive its revenue growth, even as more advertising shifts to the Internet. Tuesday's report coincided with the arrival of Yahoo Inc.'s latest CEO, longtime Google Inc. executive Marissa Mayer.
STRATEGY TO COME: Mayer skipped Yahoo's conference call with analysts Tuesday so she could spend more time meeting her new management team.
THE NUMBERS: Yahoo's revenue dipped 4 percent from last year to $1.22 billion, while its earnings remained unchanged at 18 cents per share. The latest earnings were clipped by a charge for recent layoffs.
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