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Yahoo left out something important when it said users haven't fled since its big hack (YHOO)

Yahoo had one main objective when it reported Q3 results on Tuesday: to show Wall Street that there hasn't been a mass exodus of users after the news of its big hack attack. To make the case, Yahoo showed off a several charts that indicated healthy traffic trends across its websites. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer said in a statement that she was "heartened" by its users' " continued loyalty as seen in our user engagement trends.
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