List of Yahoo!-owned sites and services

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Yahoo!, once one of the most popular web sites in the United States, is as of September 2021 a content sub-division of the namesake company Yahoo Inc., owned by Apollo Global Management (90%) and Verizon Communications (10%). It has offered a wide range of online sites and services since its inception in 1994, a majority of which are now defunct.

Current Yahoo! services[edit]

Yahoo offers a multi-lingual interface available in over 20 languages: Yahoo International. Yahoo! Japan is a separate entity, controlled by SoftBank.[1] Yahoo!Xtra, launched in 2007 in New Zealand is owned by Yahoo!7, a joint venture between Yahoo! and the Seven Network.

Defunct Yahoo! services[edit]

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