Online lingerie seller says JDA software didn't provide even the bare necessities
13 Dec 2013, 3:13 pm
JDA has been hit with a lawsuit from online lingerie and underwear seller Andra Group, which claims its business suffered millions in damages after a new e-commerce system wasn't delivered as promised.
Security concerns raised by Republican critics of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' botched rollout of HealthCare.gov have been overstated, according to a memo released Friday by two Democratic members of Congress.
'Call of Duty' player sets new standard for tournament screaming
A true warrior is always willing to risk laryngitis.
The title was inspired by uber-popular webcomic xkcd.
Twerking. Snapping. Selfies: Yahoo’s 2013 Year In Review
Is it just us, or did 2013 come and go as quickly as this ridiculously photogenic guy did last year?
Today Yahoo released its 2013 Year In Review, a look back at daily search habits from the year. Your top searches included high-profile trials, Obamacare, and the twerk seen round the world. You and
by Marissa Mayer, Yahoo CEO
Today, I am incredibly excited to announce that Katie Couric is joining Yahoo as our Global Anchor. Starting in early 2014, Katie will lead a growing team of correspondents at Yahoo News who will cover the world’s most interesting stories and newsmakers.
Flickr is all about putting your photos first — we’re a community where people come to share, connect, and discover amazing images. Today, we’re excited to give you an entirely new way to turn your photos into something special, to help you create and enjoy your favorite memo
Yahoo Screen Premieres on Apple TV: yahooscreen:
By Bart Stein, Product Manager, Mobile and Emerging Products
Just over a month ago we launched Yahoo Screen for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad with the goal of bringing a channel surfing experience to your fingertips. Today, we’re excited to brin
'Crouching Tiger' Actress Settles Defamation Lawsuit Over Prostitution Story
A writer who reported that Zhang Ziyi had gotten $100 million for sexual favors to Chinese officials had argued that people would be killed if he revealed the identity of his sources.read more
The stunt double suing News Corp in the United States says that a U.K. compensation scheme set up by the company has been "unfair" to victims and that U.S. courts should have an opportunity to address the "increasing threat to privacy."read more