On Jan. 17, Yahoo!
- Adjusted earnings of $0.16 per share are a penny short of the $0.17 average estimate.
- Revenues were also lighter than estimates.
- A huge one-time gain boosted net profits.
- A complex restructuring transaction lowered the effective tax rate to 3% for the quarter.
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