9:00 a.m. local time
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WHO CAN ATTEND?
You are entitled to attend the special meeting if (1) you were a stockholder of record or a beneficial owner as of the close of business on the record date, April 20, 2017; (2) you are a duly authorized representative of an institutional holder as described below; or (3) you hold a valid legal proxy to vote shares of the Company's common stock at the special meeting.
Please do not bring guests or children. This is a business meeting for Yahoo stockholders only.
All attendees will be asked to present a government-issued photo identification, such as a driver's license or passport, and must meet the following requirements for admission:
- Stockholders of record: You are a "stockholder of record" if you hold Yahoo shares directly in your name with our stock transfer agent, Computershare Trust Company, N.A. If you are a stockholder of record, the name on your photo ID will be verified against the April 20, 2017 list of stockholders of record prior to your being admitted to the annual meeting.
- Beneficial owners: You are a "beneficial owner" if you hold Yahoo shares in street name (through a broker, bank or other nominee). If you are a beneficial owner, you will need to provide proof of your beneficial ownership of Yahoo stock on the record date, such as a brokerage account statement showing that you owned Yahoo stock on April 20, 2017, a copy of the proxy card provided by your broker, bank or other nominee, or other similar evidence that you owned Yahoo stock on the record date. The name on your photo ID and your proof of ownership must match. Please note, if you are a beneficial owner of shares and you wish to vote your shares in person at the special meeting, you must also obtain a legal proxy from the broker, bank, or other nominee that holds your shares, giving you the right to vote your shares at the meeting.
- Authorized representatives: Corporations and other stockholders that are not natural persons ("institutions") may be represented at the meeting only by a duly authorized officer, director, or employee of the institution, or (in the case of limited liability companies and partnerships) a manager or partner. Each such representative must provide satisfactory evidence of his or her position with, and due authorization by, the institution. Statements by or on behalf of an institution's bank or broker will not be sufficient evidence of a representative's position or authorization. Unless the institution's name is listed as a stockholder of record, representatives of institutions must also provide proof of the institution's beneficial ownership of Yahoo stock on the record date as described above. We encourage our institutional stockholders to register their representatives in advance by sending a written request, along with the documentation described above, to Investor Relations, Yahoo! Inc., 701 First Avenue, Sunnyvale CA 94089, or by fax to (408) 349-3400. Please allow sufficient time for Yahoo to process your request. Upon receipt of sufficient documentation, we will send you a confirmation that your representative has been authorized for entry. The name on the representative's photo ID must match the authorized name.
- Legal proxy holders: If you hold a valid legal proxy to vote shares of the Company's common stock at the special meeting, you must bring it with you, and the name on your photo ID and legal proxy must match.
If you do not provide a government-issued photo ID and comply with the other procedures outlined above, you will not be admitted to the special meeting.
RULES OF CONDUCT
We ask all attendees to honor the rules of conduct received upon admission. Please note that cameras, sound or video recording equipment, smartphones or other similar equipment, electronic devices, large bags, briefcases or packages may not be allowed (or their use may be restricted) in the special meeting room.