Yahoo Finance Launches ‘The Final Round’

Yahoo announced the launch of a new daily live broadcast called The Final Round. It will air each weekday just before the closing bell sounds at 3:58 p.m. ET. The show will provide updates on the day’s important business news,…

Yahoo Launches Contributor Network For Finance

Yahoo may be in the process of killing the Yahoo Contributor Network (thanks to the Google Panda update), but it just announced the launch of the Yahoo Finance Contributor Network. The company describes the new offering as “a finance-focused network…

Yahoo Finance Gets A Web Refresh

Earlier this week, Yahoo announced the launch of a new Yahoo Finance app for the iPhone and iPad. Today, the company follows up that news with the launch of a new web experience for the service. Here’s what that looks…

Yahoo Launches New Yahoo Finance iOS App

Yahoo announced the launch of a new Yahoo Finance app for the iPhone and iPad. The app, of course, follows Yahoo’s ongoing strategy of personalizing content for users, including personalized news and real-time data and insights. “At the center of…

CNBC & Yahoo Finance Join Forces to Share Revenues and News Content

Starting today, Yahoo Finance and CNBC.com will be be partners in online business and financial content. In an effort to reach a wider audience with richer news content, the duo will share information and ad revenues. This will extend their…

Entrepreneurs Invest Virtual Cash To Win $50,000!

Yahoo! Finance has announced it will hold the first ever fantasy finance game set to run from March 5th to May 25th. Players will compete using their investment genius (or not) to amass the greatest wealth using an initial virtual…

Yahoo Finance Incorporates Bloomberg Content

Less than a week ago, a company called Pageonce announced that it had hired away the head of Yahoo Finance.  Yahoo Finance doesn’t appear to be in any way floundering in the wake of that change, though, as the property is benefiting from a fresh content deal with Bloomberg.

Yahoo Finance Chief Finds New Employer

Yahoo Finance has long been a top property in its field, beating everything even giants like Google and Microsoft could come up with.  Unfortunately for Yahoo, Steve Schultz, the head of Yahoo Finance, found another job this week.

"Unfortunate" isn’t at all the same as "disastrous," of course.  Yahoo Finance didn’t rely on daily or monthly updates to stay ahead of the competition, and Schultz isn’t a household name, so the average user shouldn’t even notice the change.