Yahoo Launches New Website Amid Turmoil

[Techtaffy Newsdesk]

Yahoo Small Business has launched the Yahoo! Small Business Advisor, a new website from the Yahoo stable for entrepreneurial news, advice, and tools, created by a Yahoo team. The site will also feature content from Entrepreneur, and Reuters, among other things.

Tom Byun (Vice president and general manager, Yahoo Small Business): We are thrilled to present our users with a destination that provides them with the support they need in these complicated economic and political times.

The launch comes in the middle of turbulent times for Yahoo, including “layoffs that are likely to number in the thousands,” says Kara Swisher of AllThingsD, as the company’s latest CEO is working on a massive restructuring.

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