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YAHOO Dr.UdoBroemme
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15.01.03 22:33
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( BW)(CA-YAHOO)(YHOO) Yahoo! Reports Fourth Quarter and Fiscal
 Year 2002 Financial Results


     Business Editors/High-Tech Writers

     SUNNYVALE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 15, 2003--

 Fourth Quarter Revenues Grow 51 Percent Year Over Year; Full Year Revenues Grow 33
           Percent Over 2001; Fourth Quarter Earnings Per Share of $0.08

     Yahoo! Inc. (Nasdaq: YHOO) today reported results for the fourth quarter and fiscal
 year ended December 31, 2002. Net revenues for the fourth quarter totaled $285.8
 million, a 51 percent increase over the $188.9 million reported in the same period in
 2001.
     Net income on a GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) basis for the
 fourth quarter of 2002 was $46.2 million or $0.08 per diluted share, compared with a net
 loss of $8.7 million or $0.02 per diluted share for the same period in 2001. Assuming the
 adoption of Financial Accounting Standard No. 142 ("FAS 142") "Goodwill and Other
 Intangible Assets" had occurred at the beginning of 2001, Yahoo! would have reported a
 net profit for the fourth quarter of 2001 of $6.8 million or $0.01 per diluted share.
     EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, amortization and stock
 compensation expense) for the quarter was $85.3 million or 30 percent of net revenues,
 compared to $11.7 million, or 6 percent of net revenues, for the same period in 2001,
 which included $16.8 million of restructuring costs. Free cash flow for the fourth quarter of

 2002 was $61.4 million compared to a free cash flow loss of $6.4 million for the same
 period in 2001. Free cash flow is the Company's EBITDA plus non-operating cash
 income, less taxes paid, investments in working capital and capital expenditures. The
 Company considers EBITDA and free cash flow to be important measures of the
 Company's performance because they reflect the resources available for strategic
 opportunities including, among others, to invest in the business, make strategic
 acquisitions, strengthen the balance sheet and repurchase stock.
     Net revenues for the year ended December 31, 2002 were $953.1 million, a 33
 percent increase over the $717.4 million reported in 2001.
     Reported GAAP income before the cumulative effect of a change in accounting
 principle for the year ended December 31, 2002 was $106.9 million or $0.18 per diluted
 share compared to a reported net loss of $92.8 million or $0.16 per diluted share for
 2001. The Company's adoption of FAS 142 in the first quarter of 2002 resulted in a
 non-cash charge of $64.1 million or $0.11 per diluted share recorded as a cumulative
 effect of a change in accounting principle. Assuming the Company had adopted FAS
 142 at the beginning of 2001, reported net loss for the year ended December 31, 2001
 before the cumulative effect of a change in accounting principle would have been $36.9
 million or $0.06 per diluted share.
     EBITDA for the year ended December 31, 2002 was $206.0 million compared with an
 EBITDA loss of $18.6 million for 2001, which included $62.2 million of restructuring and
 acquisition related costs. Free cash flow for the year ended December 31, 2002 was
 $221.0 million compared to a $26.6 million free cash flow loss in 2001.
     "Over the last twelve months we have executed against a business plan which has
 taken Yahoo! from a company with tremendous potential to one with multiple strong
 businesses from which we believe we can continue to build a sustainable long-term
 future. We experienced growth in both our existing businesses and newer areas and we
 continue to demonstrate the capability of our business model to generate cash flow and
 to scale. As we begin 2003 we believe we are in a strong position to continue to deliver
 profitable, sustainable long-term growth and I'm excited to build on our success in the
 upcoming year," said Terry Semel, chairman and chief executive officer, Yahoo! Inc.

     Business Outlook

     "I am very pleased with the significant progress we have made on our strategic and
 financial goals in 2002. As we move into 2003, we continue to focus on maximizing
 long-term free cash flow per share," said Susan Decker, chief financial officer, Yahoo!
 Inc. "Our long-term financial strategy of attracting significantly more revenue from our
 growing user base without commensurately increasing our expense appears to be
 gaining traction. In 2003, we expect strong growth in revenue, profitability, and free cash
 flow even as we continue to invest in areas that we expect will drive long-term growth."
     The following information is based on current information as of January 15, 2003, and
 excludes the effects of the pending acquisition of Inktomi.

     First Quarter 2003 Outlook:

 --
    Revenues are expected to be between $255 and $275 million for the quarter.
 --
    EBITDA is expected to be between $60 and $70 million for the quarter.


     Full Year 2003 Outlook:

     -- Revenues are expected to be between $1.145 and $1.215 billion
     for the full year 2003.

     -- EBITDA is expected to be between $295 and $330 million for the
     full year 2003.

     -- Capital Expenditures are expected to be between $70 and $90
     million for the full year 2003.

     -- Depreciation expense is expected to be between $95 and $105
     million for the full year 2003.

     Yahoo!'s business outlook as of today is expected to be available on the Company's
 Investor Relations Web site throughout the current quarter. It is currently expected the full
 business outlook will not be updated until the release of Yahoo!'s next quarterly earnings
 announcement; however, Yahoo! may update the full business outlook or any portion
 thereof at any time.

     Fourth Quarter 2002 Financial Highlights

     Revenues: In the fourth quarter of 2002, Yahoo! reported net revenues of $285.8
 million, a 51 percent increase from the same period in 2001. Excluding HotJobs related
 revenues that resulted from the acquisition completed in early 2002, revenues increased
 39 percent over the same period in 2001.
     Marketing Services revenues totaled $177.5 million, a 31 percent increase from the
 same period in 2001. This increase was primarily a result of an increase in revenues
 from small-to-medium sized companies realized through Yahoo!'s sponsored search
 services and inside sales organization, partially offset by a decrease in barter revenues.
     Fees and Listings revenues totaled $89.4 million, a 120 percent increase compared
 to the same period in 2001. Excluding HotJobs revenues, the increase was 65 percent.
 This increase was primarily driven by the increase in paying customers for Yahoo!'s fee-
 and listings-based services, including Yahoo! Personals and the new SBC Yahoo! Dial
 and DSL products.
     Transactions revenues totaled $19.0 million, a 45 percent increase compared to the
 same period in 2001. This increase was driven primarily by increased commerce
 transactions enabled on the Yahoo! network and a change in the Company's pricing for
 the Yahoo! Store platform from a fixed fee- to a transaction-based structure.
     United States revenues for the quarter totaled $242.4 million, a 53 percent increase
 compared to the same period in 2001. International revenues were $43.4 million, a 45
 percent increase compared to the same period in 2001. International revenues
 represented 15 percent of total revenues for this quarter and 16 percent for the same
 period in 2001.
     EBITDA: In the fourth quarter of 2002, Yahoo! reported EBITDA of $85.3 million or 30
 percent of net revenues, versus $11.7 million or 6 percent of net revenues reported for
 the same period in 2001. Excluding the $16.8 million in restructuring costs recorded in
 the fourth quarter of 2001, EBITDA for that period would have been $28.5 million or 15
 percent of net revenues. The favorable comparison to the same period in the prior year
 is primarily the result of the $96.9 million, or 51 percent revenue increase as described
 above, combined with costs growing at a slower pace. Recurring costs and expenses
 included in EBITDA increased only $40.1 million or 25 percent, primarily as a result of
 ongoing costs and expenses associated with HotJobs being brought into Yahoo!'s cost
 structure, in addition to increases in total compensation related and marketing expenses
 from investments in areas that the Company believes will drive long-term growth.
     United States EBITDA for the quarter was $82.0 million, or 34 percent of United
 States net revenues, which compares favorably to $18.0 million, or 11 percent of United
 States net revenues reported for the same period in 2001. International EBITDA for the
 quarter was $3.3 million, compared to a $6.3 million EBITDA loss reported for the same
 period in 2001.
     Depreciation and Amortization: Depreciation expense for the fourth quarter of 2002
 was $23.3 million, a $5.7 million increase compared to the same period in 2001. The
 increase primarily resulted from the HotJobs acquisition and depreciation on the
 Sunnyvale headquarters facility, which was converted from a synthetic lease to property
 and equipment during the third quarter of 2002.
     Amortization expense for the fourth quarter of 2002 was $5.9 million, a $12.6 million
 reduction from the same period in 2001, primarily resulting from the discontinuance of
 goodwill amortization in accordance with the adoption of FAS 142, partially offset by
 additional intangible amortization expense as a result of the HotJobs acquisition.
     Other income, net: In the fourth quarter of 2002, Yahoo! reported other income, net, of
 $20.2 million, which is slightly below the $21.5 million recorded in the same period of
 2001 and reflects the decrease in interest income related to a decline in interest rates.

     Leading Internet Brand and Global Audience

     Yahoo!'s brand leadership and broad audience support the Company's leadership
 position and success in efforts to build deeper relationships with consumers. Yahoo!
 continues to be the Internet brand of choice, ranking No.1 in brand strength with U.S.
 consumers according to Brand Asset Valuator(R) (Young & Rubicam, December 2002),
 providing a strong basis for increasing consumer loyalty and usage.
     During the quarter, Nielsen//NetRatings (November 2002) ranked Yahoo!'s global
 network the world's most trafficked Internet destination for the 30th consecutive month,
 based on unique audience, total time spent, reach, and total page views. In addition,
 Yahoo! was recognized as the most trafficked Internet brand in the United States, with
 the greatest breadth of usage, having 20 Yahoo! properties ranked among the top three
 in their respective vertical categories.
     Yahoo!'s global audience, excluding Yahoo! Japan, was approximately 213 million
 unique users in December 2002 compared to approximately 188 million in December
 2001. In addition, approximately 101 million active registered users, excluding Yahoo!
 Japan, logged onto Yahoo's global network during December 2002, compared to
 approximately 74 million in December 2001.
     "Yahoo!'s industry-leading loyal user base continues to grow both in size and in depth.
 Consumers are expanding their relationship with Yahoo! both in time spent and pages
 consumed, underscoring one of our key objectives to continue to develop stronger
 relationships with our audience. As we continue to execute on our strategic and financial
 goals, we will concentrate on total product quality, superior ease-of-use and increased
 product relevancy, enabling Yahoo! to further enrich the consumer experience and build
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YAHOO Dr.UdoBroemme
Dr.UdoBroem.:

Und 6% runter... o. T.

 
15.01.03 22:35
#2
YAHOO Optionimist
Optionimist:

jep...

 
15.01.03 22:37
#3
Sell on Good news...is klar..morgen gehts abwärts..Jungs...
YAHOO H-Men
H-Men:

Vielleicht geht`s auch erstmal wieder aufwärts,

 
15.01.03 22:39
#4
so wie heute morgen!
YAHOO Optionimist
Optionimist:

Vielleicht

 
15.01.03 22:40
#5
kauf ich dann Puts nach...wäre ok

YAHOO Dr.UdoBroemme
Dr.UdoBroem.:

QLGC auch -5%

 
15.01.03 22:41
#6
( BW)(CA-QLOGIC)(QLGC) QLogic Reports Third Quarter Results for
 Fiscal Year 2003; Revenues and Net Income Reach Record Levels


     Business Editors & High-Tech Writers

     ALISO VIEJO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 15, 2003--QLogic Corporation
 (Nasdaq:QLGC), the company that powers storage area networks (SANs), announced
 today its financial results for the third fiscal quarter ended December 29, 2002.
     Revenues for the third quarter were a record $114.2 million, up 5% sequentially from
 $108.5 million in the September 2002 quarter on a pro forma basis. Fibre Channel
 revenues were up 7% sequentially to a record $80.6 million representing 71% of the
 Company's total revenue. Gross margin was 64.2% compared to 63.0% in the previous
 quarter. Third quarter pro forma net income increased 5% from the previous quarter to a
 record $28.5 million, or $0.30 per share on a diluted basis, compared to $27.0 million, or
 $0.28 per share on a diluted basis.
     Revenues for the third quarter of $114.2 million increased 37% from the $83.6 million
 reported in the comparable quarter last year on a pro forma basis. Fibre Channel
 revenues grew 44% from the $56.1 million recorded in the December 2001 quarter. In
 addition, Fibre Channel revenues increased as a percentage of the Company's total
 revenue to 71% from 67% in the year ago comparable quarter. Third quarter pro forma
 net income of $28.5 million, or $0.30 per share on a diluted basis, increased 51% from
 $18.9 million, or $0.20 per share on a diluted basis, in the comparable quarter last year.

     Revenues on a pro forma basis for the first nine months of fiscal year 2003 were
 $323.5 million, up 26% from the $257.4 million reported in the comparable period last
 year. Pro forma net income for the first nine months of fiscal year 2003 was $80.8 million,
 or $0.85 per diluted share, up 38% from the prior year. The pro forma results, which are
 a supplement to financial statements based on generally accepted accounting principles
 (GAAP), include adjustments primarily for non-cash items associated with sales
 discounts for stock warrants and merger related stock compensation charges. QLogic
 uses pro forma information to evaluate its operating performance and believes this
 presentation provides investors with additional insight into underlying operating results. A
 reconciliation between the pro forma and GAAP results is included in the accompanying
 financial data.
     Net revenues on a GAAP basis for the third quarter of fiscal year 2003 were $114.2
 million, and were up 38% from the net revenues of $82.6 million reported in the
 comparable quarter last year. The Company's third quarter net income recorded on a
 GAAP basis was up 62% to $27.5 million, or $0.29 per diluted share, from the $17.0
 million, or $0.18 per diluted share, reported in the prior year.
     The Company's net revenues on a GAAP basis for the first nine months of fiscal year
 2003 were $320.2 million, up 26% from the $253.4 million reported in the comparable
 period last year. Net income on a GAAP basis increased 41% during the first nine
 months of fiscal year 2003 to $73.6 million, or $0.77 per diluted share, from $52.1
 million, or $0.55 per diluted share, in the comparable period last year.
     "We have continued to experience solid growth in our Fibre Channel business and
 continued moderate growth in our SCSI business," said H.K. Desai, the Company's
 chairman, CEO and president. "Fibre Channel revenues increased 7% sequentially,
 while SCSI revenues grew 2% driven by demand from a diverse range of customers. We
 are very pleased with our overall performance during the current quarter and throughout
 fiscal year 2003 in a difficult market."
     The Company's balance sheet was again highlighted by an increase in cash and
 short-term investments, ending the quarter with $615.6 million, an increase of $43.7
 million during the quarter.  
YAHOO ernu
ernu:

Yhoo

 
15.01.03 22:43
#7
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YAHOO H-Men
H-Men:

Also geht`s doch hoch?

 
15.01.03 22:45
#8
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YAHOO Dr.UdoBroemme
Dr.UdoBroem.:

18.70$ geht wieder etwas hoch o. T.

 
15.01.03 22:47
#9
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YAHOO ernu
ernu:

Jetzt stürzt sie!

 
15.01.03 22:48
#10
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YAHOO Optionimist
Optionimist:

normales

 
15.01.03 22:49
#11
Verhalten einer Aktie die geshortet wird..ich denke Yahoo gehört morgen zu den Top Verlierern...
YAHOO H-Men
H-Men:

Da sehe ich sie bei 18,50, korrekt? o. T.

 
15.01.03 22:50
#12
YAHOO ernu
ernu:

Runter ist sie!

 
15.01.03 22:50
#13
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YAHOO Hill
Hill:

oder hier direkt

 
15.01.03 22:51
#14
www.island.com/bookviewer/javaversion.asp  nur noch YHOO eingeben!
YAHOO Optionimist
Optionimist:

Big Boyz

 
15.01.03 22:51
#15
play's with Yahoo...

sehr gut..
YAHOO Dr.UdoBroemme
Dr.UdoBroem.:

Schwachsinn - 18.80$ Trend 18.90$

 
15.01.03 22:52
#16
Ich hab echte Realtimekurse....
YAHOO Optionimist
Optionimist:

Ja

 
15.01.03 22:55
#17
Schwachsinn...

ich freu mich auf morgen...Der mit dem Bär tanzt...

Gute NAcht
YAHOO Dr.UdoBroemme
Dr.UdoBroem.:

Einigermaßen korrekte Kurse gibts bei yahoo.

 
15.01.03 22:58
#18
YAHOO Sitting Bull
Sitting Bull:

Und so sieht der After-Hours-Market aus:

 
15.01.03 23:00
#19
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Ich würde allerdings nicht allzuviel drauf geben. Morgen tanzt der Bär.
YAHOO Optionimist

so sieht es aus

 
#20
aber morgen kommt MSFT.. das wird wieder spannend...

Gute Nacht


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