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The layoffs at Yahoo Wednesday reduce its staff by about 14 percent, part of a turnaround by new CEO Scott Thompson. He's the third CEO at the Internet firm in four years. Thompson is aiming Yahoo toward better analysis of users' personal data to boost advertising revenue, and toward improving Yahoo for mobile devices.
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