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Yahoo ad sales boss: 'Everything is business as usual' (VZN, YHOO)

It's probably fair to say it has been an unusual couple of months for Yahoo. Between the huge hack attack it suffered, exposing the personal details of 500 million Yahoo accounts, to Verizon's $4.8 billion acquisition of the company, which has still yet to close, Yahoo has rarely been out of the headlines. But for Lisa Utzschneider, Yahoo's chief revenue officer, everything is still "business as usual.
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