Yahoo’s Board Considers Selling Businesses

A perpetually confused company.

The great Yahoo divide is (maybe) upon us. According to The Wall Street Journal, the company’s board of directors is holding a series of meetings to discuss selling some or all of its internet businesses.

The board is set to weigh several options, including spinning off its Alibaba investment (currently valued at $32 billion), selling Yahoo’s brands—such as Tumblr, Yahoo News and Yahoo Mail—or going through with both.

Pressure has been mounting for the company to do something as seemingly each and every day more people wonder about CEO Marissa Mayer’s ability to lead the company forward.

If only Yahoo could find some way to profit off of those never-ending articles questioning Mayer. That would certainly bring in heaps of cash.