As part of her latest turnaround plan, Mayer laid off 15 percent of Yahoo's workforce and closed unprofitable services.She faced criticism from activist investor Starboard Value LP, which has claimed that since she began with the company Yahoo's wasted money on ill-advised acquisitions and a bloated payroll and mismanaged its lucrative stake in Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba Group.Download and use the New Gaydar app for free on your mobile or tablet device, and connect with local guys at the tap of a button.You can search, filter and chat with guys nearby in your home town or city, or widen your search using our 'location' feature.You get your own personals area for storing saved personal ads.You can also setup "Matches by Mail" by describing the type of person you are looking for.Hot Or Not, Tinder, Match.com, and Bumble passed the tests and no vulnerabilities were found.All of the apps studied, with the exception of Affair D, were selected because they were in the UK’s highest-grossing list at the time of the investigation, according to App Annie."It is pretty clear some of the apps have significant consumer privacy issues," the researcher, who wishes to remain anonymous, told WIRED.
Yahoo's decision to anoint a soon-to-be mom as its CEO was hailed as a breakthrough for women seeking to prove men aren't the only ones who can balance a high-powered executive lifestyle and early parenthood. Mayer gave birth to twin girls in December 2015 and, similar to her first birth, took only a limited amount of leave.The wave of bad press is likely to pile pressure on its struggling chief executive Marissa Mayer, who has previously faced criticism for frequently turning up late to meetings and micro-managing recruitment.Paraag Amin, of equity research firm Peel Hunt, said there could be more revelations ahead.The Yahoo and AOL brands are expected to survive, although Verizon said it will not provide any details about its plans for Oath until this summer.'You can bet we will be launching one of the most disruptive brand companies in digital,' AOL said in a Monday statement.Yahoo was sold for 0m less than expected after two separate hacking attacks rattled the internet giant.Tim Armstrong, AOL's CEO, is expected to run Oath while Yahoo's CEO Marissa Mayer will not be part of the new venture, Recode reported.