Sunnyvale, California – In recent weeks, Yahoo!, the popular Silicon Valley web portal search engine, has created a huge buzz in the Internet world when it announced it was changing the look of its company logo. It has been posting a different font type of its logo each day, culminating with the revelation of the final, chosen look come September. It dubbed its logo event “30 Days of Change.”
However, in an emergency meeting today by its board of directors, Yahoo! decided to abandon its new logo search and instead announced a change in company name. Majority of its directors expressed concern about the increasing threat from a relatively new competitor, Ask.com.
The directors said that in order to ensure the longetivity of the company, it has to be ready at all times to make radical changes to keep up with the competition. They admitted that the name “Ask.com” was more catchy and sexy than “Yahoo” which is not even a real word.
After the meeting, the directors revealed the company’s new name which will take effect immediately: Yeah Who?