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Yahoo 2013 Annual Review, now on Tumblr

2013 was a year of unprecedented progress and innovation at Yahoo. The company reimagined almost every mobile product, introduced new advertising experiences, embarked on world-class content partnerships, brought aboard some really amazing people, and acquired exciting technology - all as part of its mission to make the world's daily habits more inspiring and entertaining.

Sticking with the theme of innovation, Yahoo decided to build a custom Tumblr page for its 2013 Annual Review. After the company acquired the publishing powerhouse last May, it only made sense to showcase its exciting progress using its own products.

Jam-packed with information about the company, its people, and its products, the 2013 Annual Review is a visual representation of all the inspiring change at Yahoo. Take a look at, and you'll know why Yahoo is even more excited about what's to come.

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Joon Huh is part of Investor Relations, and Andrew Schulte is Chief of Staff to CEO at Yahoo.

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