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                                    UNITED STATES
                          SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
                                WASHINGTON, D.C. 20549
                                           
                                      FORM 10-Q
                                           

   [X]  QUARTERLY REPORT PURSUANT TO SECTION 13 OR 15(d) OF THE SECURITIES
        EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934

                     For the quarterly period ended June 30, 1997
                                           
                                          OR
                                           
    [ ]  TRANSITION REPORT PURSUANT TO SECTION 13 OR 15(d) OF THE SECURITIES 
         EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934

                    For the transition period from _____ to _____
                                           
                            Commission File Number 0-28018
                                           
                                     YAHOO! INC.
                (Exact name of registrant as specified in its charter)
                                           
              CALIFORNIA                          77-0398689
  ----------------------------------  -------------------------------------
    (State or other jurisdiction of    (I.R.S. Employer Identification No.)
     incorporation or organization)

                          3400 CENTRAL EXPRESSWAY, SUITE 201
                             SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA 95051
                       ----------------------------------------  
                       (Address of principal executive offices)
                                           
         Registrant's telephone number, including area code:  (408) 731-3300
                                                            ------------------
                                           
Indicate by check mark whether the Registrant (1) has filed all reports 
required by Section 13 or 15(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 during 
the preceding 12 months (or for such shorter period that the Registrant was 
required to file such reports) and (2) has been subject to such filing 
requirements for the past 90 days: Yes[X]  No[   ]

Indicate the number of shares outstanding of each of the issuer's classes of 
common stock, as of the latest practicable date.  


             CLASS                          OUTSTANDING AT JULY 31, 1997
  ------------------------------            ----------------------------
  Common Stock, $0.001 par value                    28,597,274



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                                     YAHOO! INC.
                                           
                                  TABLE OF CONTENTS



PART I.        FINANCIAL INFORMATION                                PAGE NO.


Item 1.        Consolidated Financial Statements (unaudited)

               Condensed Consolidated Balance Sheets
                 at June 30, 1997 and December 31, 1996                 3

               Condensed Consolidated Statements of Operations 
                 for the three months ended June 30, 1997 and 1996;
                 and the six months ended June 30, 1997 and 1996        4

               Condensed Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows
                 for the six months ended June 30, 1997 and 1996        5

               Notes to Condensed Consolidated Financial Statements     6


Item 2.        Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial
                 Condition and Results of Operations                    9


PART II.       OTHER INFORMATION


Item 1.        Legal Proceedings                                       18


Item 2.        Changes in Securities                                   18


Item 3.        Defaults Upon Senior Securities                         18


Item 4.        Submission of Matters to a Vote of Security Holders     18


Item 5.        Other Information                                       18


Item 6.        Exhibits and Reports on Form 8-K                        18

Signatures                                                             19




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PART I -       FINANCIAL INFORMATION


ITEM 1.        FINANCIAL STATEMENTS



                                   YAHOO! INC.
                     CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS




<TABLE>
<CAPTION>

                                                                      June 30,         December 31,
                                                                        1997               1996
                                                                ------------------  ------------------
ASSETS                                                               (unaudited)
<S>                                                              <C>                <C>
Current assets:
    Cash and cash equivalents                                     $  61,587,000      $  31,865,000 
    Short-term investments in marketable securities                  37,268,000         60,689,000 
    Accounts receivable, net                                          6,716,000          4,648,000 
    Prepaid expenses                                                  3,912,000            353,000 
                                                                ----------------    ----------------
        Total current assets                                        109,483,000         97,555,000 

Long-term investments in marketable securities                                -          9,748,000 
Property and equipment, net                                           3,286,000          2,223,000 
Investment in unconsolidated joint venture                              879,000            729,000 
Other assets                                                          2,083,000                  - 
                                                                ----------------    ----------------
                                                                 $  115,731,000     $  110,255,000 
                                                                ----------------    ----------------
                                                                ----------------    ----------------

LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY
Current liabilities:
    Accounts payable                                             $      803,000     $      992,000 
    Accrued expenses and other current liabilities                    6,505,000          4,367,000 
    Deferred revenue                                                  1,752,000          1,229,000 
    Due to related parties                                            1,049,000          1,082,000 
                                                                ----------------    ----------------
       Total current liabilities                                     10,109,000          7,670,000 
                                                                ----------------    ----------------

Minority interests in consolidated subsidiaries                         660,000            510,000 

Shareholders' equity:
    Common Stock                                                         18,000             17,000 
    Additional paid-in capital                                      128,246,000        105,026,000 
    Accumulated deficit                                             (23,302,000)        (2,968,000)
                                                                ----------------    ----------------
        Total shareholders' equity                                  104,962,000        102,075,000 
                                                                ----------------    ----------------
                                                                 $  115,731,000     $  110,255,000 
                                                                ----------------    ----------------
                                                                ----------------    ----------------

</TABLE>




   The accompanying notes are an integral part of these condensed consolidated
                               financial statements.


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                                   YAHOO! INC.
                 CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF OPERATIONS
                                   (UNAUDITED)


<TABLE>
<CAPTION>


                                                                     Three Months Ended                    Six Months Ended
                                                              ------------------------------      -------------------------------
                                                                   June 30,          June 30,          June 30,          June 30,
                                                                     1997              1996              1997              1996
                                                              --------------    -------------     -------------     -------------
<S>                                                           <C>                <C>              <C>               <C>
Net revenues                                                  $  13,520,000      $  3,274,000     $  23,035,000      $  5,007,000 
Cost of revenues                                                  2,049,000           520,000         3,276,000           687,000
                                                              --------------    -------------     -------------     -------------
      Gross profit                                               11,471,000         2,754,000        19,759,000         4,320,000
                                                              --------------    -------------     -------------     -------------
Operating expenses:
    Sales and marketing                                           8,673,000         3,290,000        15,257,000         4,150,000
    Product development                                           2,103,000         1,037,000         4,005,000         1,367,000
    General and administrative                                    1,459,000           762,000         2,619,000         1,249,000
    Other - nonrecurring costs                                   21,245,000                 -        21,245,000                 -
                                                              --------------    -------------     -------------     -------------
        Total operating expenses                                 33,480,000         5,089,000        43,126,000         6,766,000
                                                              --------------    -------------     -------------     -------------

Loss from operations                                            (22,009,000)       (2,335,000)      (23,367,000)       (2,446,000)
Investment income, net                                            1,260,000           969,000         2,649,000         1,161,000
Minority interests in losses from operations
    of consolidated subsidiaries                                    182,000                 -           384,000                 -
                                                              --------------    -------------     -------------     -------------
Loss before income taxes                                        (20,567,000)       (1,366,000)      (20,334,000)       (1,285,000)

Benefit for income taxes                                            (23,000)                -                 -                 -
                                                              --------------    -------------     -------------     -------------
Net loss                                                      $ (20,544,000)    $  (1,366,000)   $  (20,334,000)    $  (1,285,000)
                                                              --------------    -------------     -------------     -------------
                                                              --------------    -------------     -------------     -------------
Net loss per share                                                   ($0.74)           ($0.05)           ($0.74)           ($0.06)
                                                              --------------    -------------     -------------     -------------
                                                              --------------    -------------     -------------     -------------
Weighted average common shares                                   27,792,000        26,456,000        27,493,000        22,887,000 

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Pro forma net loss per share
    reflecting 3-for-2 stock split (Note 4)                          ($0.49)           ($0.03)           ($0.49)           ($0.04)
                                                              --------------    -------------     -------------     -------------
                                                              --------------    -------------     -------------     -------------
Pro forma weighted average common shares
    reflecting 3-for-2 stock split (Note 4)                      41,688,000        39,684,000        41,239,500        34,330,500 

</TABLE>



    The accompanying notes are an integral part of these condensed consolidated
                               financial statements.

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                                    YAHOO! INC.
                    CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS
                                    (UNAUDITED)


<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                                                       Six Months Ended
                                                                                -------------------------------
                                                                                   June 30,         June 30,
                                                                                     1997             1996
                                                                                -------------    --------------
<S>                                                                             <C>               <C>
CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES:
    Net loss                                                                    $ (20,334,000)   $   (1,285,000)
    Adjustments to reconcile net loss to net cash used in operating 
      activities:
        Depreciation and amortization                                                 621,000           229,000 
        Minority interests in losses from operations of consolidated 
          subsidiaries                                                               (384,000)                - 
        Non-cash charge                                                            21,245,000                 - 
        Changes in assets and liabilities:
            Accounts receivable, net                                               (2,068,000)       (1,184,000)
            Prepaid expenses and other assets                                      (5,792,000)         (910,000)
            Accounts payable                                                         (189,000)          417,000 
            Accrued expenses and other current liabilities                          1,877,000         1,377,000 
            Deferred revenue                                                          523,000           227,000 
            Due to related parties                                                    (33,000)           (2,000)
                                                                                -------------    --------------
Net cash used in operating activities                                              (4,534,000)       (1,131,000)
                                                                                -------------    --------------
CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES:
    Acquisition of property and equipment                                          (1,606,000)         (643,000)
    (Purchases) sales and maturites of investments in marketable 
       securities, net                                                             33,169,000       (39,226,000)
                                                                                -------------    --------------
Net cash provided by (used in) investing activities                                31,563,000       (39,869,000)
                                                                                -------------    --------------

CASH FLOWS FROM FINANCING ACTIVITIES:
    Proceeds from issuance of capital stock, net                                    2,093,000        98,785,000 
    Proceeds from minority investor                                                   600,000                 - 
    Repayment of lease obligations                                                          -          (128,000)
                                                                                -------------    --------------
Net cash provided by financing activities                                           2,693,000        98,657,000 
                                                                                -------------    --------------
Net change in cash and cash equivalents                                            29,722,000        57,657,000 
Cash and cash equivalents at beginning of period                                   31,865,000         5,297,000 
                                                                                -------------    --------------
Cash and cash equivalents at end of period                                      $  61,587,000    $   62,954,000 
                                                                                -------------    --------------
                                                                                -------------    --------------

</TABLE>



    The accompanying notes are an integral part of these condensed consolidated 
                              financial statements.

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                                     YAHOO! INC.
                                           

                 NOTES TO CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
                                     (UNAUDITED)
                                           
                                           
NOTE 1 - THE COMPANY AND BASIS OF PRESENTATION

    Yahoo! Inc. (the "Company") is an Internet media company that offers a 
network of globally-branded properties, specialty programming, and aggregated 
content distributed primarily on the World Wide Web (the "Web") serving 
business professionals and consumers, and is among the most widely used 
guides for information and discovery on the Web.  The Company was 
incorporated in California on March 5, 1995 and commenced operations on that 
date.  The Company conducts its business within one industry segment.

    The accompanying unaudited condensed consolidated financial statements 
reflect all adjustments which, in the opinion of management, are necessary 
for a fair presentation of the results for the periods shown.  The results of 
operations for such periods are not necessarily indicative of the results 
expected for the full fiscal year or for any future period. 


    These financial statements should be read in conjunction with the 
financial statements and related notes included in the Company's Annual 
Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 1996.  Certain prior 
period balances have been reclassified to conform with current period 
presentation.

NOTE 2 - COMMITMENTS

NETSCAPE GUIDE BY YAHOO!

    During March 1997, the Company entered into certain agreements with 
Netscape Communications Corporation (Netscape) under which the Company has 
developed and operates an Internet information navigation service called 
"NETSCAPE GUIDE BY YAHOO!" (the GUIDE).  The Co-Marketing agreement provides 
that revenue from advertising on the GUIDE, which is managed by the Company, 
is to be shared between the Company and Netscape.  Under the terms of the 
Trademark License agreement, the Company made a one-time non-refundable 
trademark license fee payment of $5,000,000 in March 1997 which is being 
amortized over the initial two-year term, which commenced in May 1997. The 
Company also provided Netscape with a minimum of $10,000,000 in guarantees 
against shared advertising revenues in the first year of the Co-Marketing 
agreement and up to $15,000,000 in the second year of the agreement, subject 
in the second year to certain minimum levels of impressions being reached on 
the GUIDE.  In June 1997, an amendment to this agreement was signed whereby 
the first year shared advertising revenue guarantee was reduced to 
$4,660,000.  Actual payments may be higher and will relate directly to the 
overall revenue recognized from the GUIDE.

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NETSCAPE PREMIER PROVIDER


    Also during March 1997, the Company entered into an agreement with 
Netscape whereby it was designated as one of four "Premier Providers" of 
domestic navigational services within the Netscape Web Site.  Under the terms 
of the agreement, the Company is required to make minimum payments of 
$3,200,000 in cash and is obligated to provide $1,500,000 in the Company's 
advertising services in return for certain minimum guaranteed exposures over 
the course of the one-year term of the agreement, which commenced in May 
1997.  As of June 30, 1997, the Company had paid $1,000,000 in cash and an 
additional $637,000 was paid in July under the terms of the agreement.  To 
the extent that the minimum guaranteed exposures are exceeded, the Company is 
obligated to remit to Netscape additional payments of cash and the Company's 
advertising services. The Company amortizes the total cost of the Premier 
Provider agreement over its one year term.

    During June 1997, the Company entered into certain agreements with 
Netscape whereby it was designated as a Premier Provider of international 
search and navigational guide services for the Netscape Net Search program.  
Under the terms of the agreements, the Company will provide services in 12 
countries, including Australia, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, 
Korea, The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. 
Under the terms of the agreements, the Company is required to make a cash 
payment of $2,900,000 in July 1997 and is obligated to provide $100,000 in 
the Company's advertising services in return for certain minimum guaranteed 
exposures over the course of the one-year term of the agreements, which 
commenced in July 1997. The Company amortizes the total cost of these 
agreements over their one year term.

MARKETPLACE RESTRUCTURING

    In August 1996, the Company entered into a joint venture arrangement with 
Visa Marketplace, Inc. and another party (the "Visa Group") for the 
development of an online property relating to electronic commerce.  The 
arrangements included the creation of a limited liability company (Yahoo! 
Marketplace L.L.C.) owned by the Company and the Visa Group, to which the 
Company licensed certain trademarks and other intellectual property, and 
included other contractual commitments by the Company to Visa.  In July 1997, 
prior to the completion of significant business activities and public launch 
of the property, the Company and Visa entered into an agreement under which 
the Visa Group released the Company from certain obligations and claims, and 
the Company returned the Visa Group's original equity contribution to the 
L.L.C.  In connection with this agreement, Yahoo! has issued 466,321 shares 
of Yahoo! Common Stock to the Visa Group, for which the Company recorded a 
one-time, non-cash, pre-tax charge of $21,245,000 in the second quarter ended 
June 30, 1997.  On August 4, 1997, the Company filed a Registration Statement 
on Form S-3 with respect to the resale of 259,069 Visa Group shares.  The 
Visa Group has agreed to refrain from the sale of 103,626 shares until July 
1998 and the remaining 103,626 shares until July 1999.

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NOTE 3 - NET LOSS PER SHARE

    Net loss per share is computed using the weighted average number of 
common shares outstanding during the period.  Common equivalent shares are 
excluded from the computation as their effect is antidilutive, except that 
for the periods ended June 30, 1996, pursuant to the Securities and Exchange 
Commission Staff Accounting Bulletin, the convertible preferred stock (using 
the if-converted method) and common equivalent shares (using the treasury 
stock method and the assumed public offering price) issued subsequent to 
March 5, 1995 through April 11, 1996 have been included in the computation as 
if they were outstanding for all periods presented.

     In February 1997, the Financial Accounting Standards Board issued 
Statement of Financial Accounting Standard No. 128, "Earnings per Share."  
This Statement is effective for the Company's fiscal year ending December 31, 
1997.  The Statement redefines earnings per share under generally accepted 
accounting principles.  Under the new standard, primary earnings per share is 
replaced by basic earnings per share and fully diluted earnings per share is 
replaced by diluted earnings per share. The impact of this Statement for the 
three and six month periods ended June 30, 1997 and 1996 on the calculation 
of primary and fully diluted earnings per share is not material.

NOTE 4 - STOCK SPLIT

    During July 1997, the Company's Board of Directors approved a 
three-for-two Common Stock split.  Shareholders of record on August 11, 1997 
(the record date) will be entitled to one additional share for every two 
shares held on that date. In accordance with SAB Topic 4-C, the Company has 
presented a pro forma earnings per share and weighted average shares on the 
face of the statement of operations for all periods presented which reflect 
the effect of the split.

NOTE 5 - SUBSEQUENT EVENT

    On July 31, 1997, the Company entered into a stock purchase agreement to 
acquire all of the outstanding capital stock of NetControls, Inc. for 24,778 
shares of the Company's Common Stock. The acquisition will be recorded as a 
purchase for accounting purposes and the majority of the purchase price of 
approximately $1,400,000 will be amortized over the estimated useful life of 
the technology acquired. To date, the financial results of NetControls, Inc. 
have been deminimis.

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I
TEM 2.   MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL CONDITION AND
          RESULTS OF OPERATIONS
 
    THE DISCUSSION IN THIS REPORT CONTAINS FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS THAT 
INVOLVE RISKS AND UNCERTAINTIES.  THE COMPANY'S ACTUAL RESULTS COULD DIFFER 
MATERIALLY FROM THOSE DISCUSSED HEREIN.  FACTORS THAT COULD CAUSE OR 
CONTRIBUTE TO SUCH DIFFERENCES INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, THOSE 
DISCUSSED BELOW, AND THE RISKS DISCUSSED UNDER THE CAPTION, "RISK FACTORS" IN 
THE COMPANY'S ANNUAL REPORT ON FORM 10-K FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1996 
AND IN THE REGISTRATION STATEMENT FILED ON FORM S-3 ON AUGUST 4, 1997 (COPIES 
OF WHICH ARE AVAILABLE AT BIZ.YAHOO.COM/PROFILES/YHOO.HTML OR UPON REQUEST 
FROM THE COMPANY). 

OVERVIEW

    Yahoo! Inc. is an Internet media company that offers a network of 
globally-branded properties, specialty programming, and aggregated content 
distributed primarily on the World Wide Web serving business professionals 
and consumers, and is among the most widely used guides for information and 
discovery on the Web.  The Company was incorporated in California on March 5, 
1995 and commenced operations on that date.  In August 1995, the Company 
commenced selling advertisements on its Web pages and recognized its initial 
revenues.  In April 1996, the Company completed its initial public offering.

    The Company's revenues are derived principally from the sale of 
advertisements on short-term contracts.  The Company's standard rates for 
advertising currently range from $0.02 per impression for general rotation to 
$0.08 per impression for highly targeted audiences and properties.  To date, 
the duration of the Company's advertising commitments has ranged from one 
week to one year.  Advertising revenues are recognized ratably in the period 
in which the advertisement is displayed, provided that no significant Company 
obligations remain and collection of the resulting receivable is probable.  
Company obligations typically include guarantees of minimum number of 
"impressions," or times that an advertisement appears in pages viewed by 
users of the Company's online properties.  To the extent minimum guaranteed 
impressions are not met, the Company defers recognition of the corresponding 
revenues until the remaining guaranteed impression levels are achieved.  
Deferred revenue is comprised of billings in excess of recognized revenue 
relating to advertising contracts.

    During March 1997, the Company entered into certain agreements with 
Netscape under which the Company has developed and operates an Internet 
information navigation service called "NETSCAPE GUIDE BY YAHOO!" (the GUIDE). 
 The personalized guide has been designed to provide Internet users with a 
central comprehensive source of sites, news, and other valuable services on 
the Web. NETSCAPE GUIDE BY YAHOO! is accessible through the Netscape Internet 
site and from the tool bar of Netscape Communicator.  The navigational 
service provides users with central access to eight of the most popular 
information categories on the Web.  The Co-Marketing agreement provides that 
revenue from advertising on the GUIDE, which is managed by the Company, is to 
be shared between the Company and Netscape.  The Company plans to sell the 
advertising space on the GUIDE by hiring a significant number of direct sales 
personnel.  Under the terms of the Trademark License agreement, the Company 
made a one-time non-refundable trademark license fee payment 

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of $5,000,000 in March 1997 which is being amortized over the initial 
two-year term, which commenced in May 1997.  The Company also provided 
Netscape with a minimum of $10,000,000 in guarantees against shared 
advertising revenues in the first year of the Co-Marketing agreement and up 
to $15,000,000 in the second year of the agreement, subject in the second 
year to certain minimum levels of advertising impressions being reached on 
the GUIDE.  In June 1997, an amendment to this agreement was signed whereby 
the first year shared advertising revenue guarantee was reduced to 
$4,660,000.  Actual payments may be higher and will relate directly to the 
overall revenue recognized from the GUIDE.

    Also during March 1997, the Company entered into an agreement with 
Netscape whereby it was designated as one of four "Premier Providers" of 
domestic navigational services within the Netscape Web Site.  Under the terms 
of the agreement, the Company is required to make minimum payments of 
$3,200,000 in cash and is obligated to provide $1,500,000 in the Company's 
advertising services in return for certain minimum guaranteed exposures over 
the course of the one-year term of the agreement, which commenced in May 
1997.  As of June 30, 1997, the Company had paid $1,000,000 in cash and an 
additional $637,000 was paid in July under the terms of the agreement.  To 
the extent that the minimum guaranteed exposures are exceeded, the Company is 
obligated to remit to Netscape additional payments of cash and the Company's 
advertising services.

    During June 1997, the Company entered into certain agreements with 
Netscape whereby it was designated as a Premier Provider of international 
search and navigational guide services for the Netscape Net Search program.  
Under the terms of the agreements, the Company will provide services in 12 
countries, including Australia, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, 
Korea, The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. 
Under the terms of the agreements, the Company is required to make a cash 
payment of $2,900,000 in July 1997 and is obligated to provide $100,000 in 
the Company's advertising services in return for certain minimum guaranteed 
exposures over the course of the one-year term of the agreements, which 
commenced in July 1997.

    In August 1996, the Company entered into a joint venture arrangement with 
Visa Marketplace, Inc. and another party (the "Visa Group") for the 
development of an online property relating to electronic commerce.  The 
arrangements included the creation of a limited liability company (Yahoo! 
Marketplace L.L.C.) owned by the Company and the Visa Group, to which the 
Company licensed certain trademarks and other intellectual property, and 
included other contractual commitments by the Company to Visa.  In July 1997, 
prior to the completion of significant business activities and public launch 
of the property, the Company and Visa entered into an agreement under which 
the Visa Group released the Company from certain obligations and claims, and 
the Company returned the Visa Group's original equity contribution to the 
L.L.C.  In connection with this agreement, Yahoo! has issued 466,321 shares 
of Yahoo! Common Stock to the Visa Group, for which the Company recorded a 
one-time, non-cash, pre-tax charge of $21,245,000 in the second quarter ended 
June 30, 1997.

    Yahoo! has a limited operating history and its prospects are subject to 
the risks, expenses and uncertainties frequently encountered by companies in 
the new and rapidly evolving markets for Internet products and services, 
including the Web-based advertising market.  Specifically, such risks 
include, without limitation, the failure to continue to 

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develop and extend the "Yahoo!" brand, the failure to develop new media 
properties, the rejection of the Company's services by Web consumers and/or 
advertisers, the inability of the Company to maintain and increase the levels 
of traffic on YAHOO! properties, the development of equal or superior 
services or products by competitors, the failure of the market to adopt the 
Web as an advertising medium, the failure to successfully sell Web-based 
advertising through the Company's recently developed internal sales force, 
potential reductions in market prices for Web-based advertising as a result 
of competition or other factors, the inability of the Company to effectively 
integrate the technology and operations or any other acquired businesses or 
technologies with its operations, and the inability to identify, attract, 
retain and motivate qualified personnel.  There can be no assurance that the 
Company will be successful in addressing such risks.

    As of June 30, 1997, the Company had an accumulated deficit of 
$23,302,000. The extremely limited operating history of the Company and the 
uncertain nature of the markets addressed by the Company make the prediction 
of future results of operations difficult or impossible and, therefore, the 
recent revenue growth experienced by the Company should not be taken as 
indicative of the rate of revenue growth, if any, that can be expected in the 
future.  The Company believes that period to period comparisons of its 
operating results are not meaningful and that the results for any period 
should not be relied upon as an indication of future performance.  The 
Company currently expects to significantly increase its operating expenses to 
expand its sales and marketing operations, to fund greater levels of product 
development and to develop and commercialize additional media properties.  
The Company also has remaining guaranteed payments of up to $19,660,000 in 
advertising revenue guarantees to Netscape over the next two years in 
connection with the NETSCAPE GUIDE BY YAHOO! agreement.  As a result of these 
factors, there can be no assurance that the Company will not incur 
significant losses on a quarterly and annual basis for the foreseeable future.

    As a result of the Company's limited operating history, the Company does 
not have historical financial data for a significant number of periods on 
which to base planned operating expenses.  The Company derives substantially 
all of its revenues from the sale of advertisements under short-term 
contracts, which are difficult to forecast accurately.  The Company's expense 
levels are based in part on its expectations concerning future revenue and to 
a large extent are fixed.  The Company also has fixed expenses in the form of 
advertising revenue guarantees of up to $19,660,000 over the next two years 
relating to the NETSCAPE GUIDE BY YAHOO!, which subject the Company to 
additional risk in the event that advertising revenues from this property are 
not sufficient to offset guaranteed payments and related operating expenses.  
Quarterly revenues and operating results depend substantially upon the 
advertising revenues received within the quarter, which are difficult to 
forecast accurately.  Accordingly, the cancellation or deferral of a small 
number of advertising contracts could have a material adverse effect on the 
Company's business, results of operations and financial condition.  The 
Company may be unable to adjust spending in a timely manner to compensate for 
any unexpected revenue shortfall, and any significant shortfall in revenue in 
relation to the Company's expectations would have an immediate adverse effect 
on the Company's business, operating results and financial condition.  In 
addition, the Company plans to continue to significantly increase its 
operating expenses to expand its sales and marketing operations, 


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to continue to develop and extend the "Yahoo!" brand, to implement and 
operate the NETSCAPE GUIDE BY YAHOO!, to fund greater levels of product 
development and to develop and commercialize additional media properties.  To 
the extent that such expenses precede or are not subsequently followed by 
increased revenues, the Company's business, operating results and financial 
condition will be materially and adversely affected.

    The Company's operating results may fluctuate significantly in the future 
as a result of a variety of factors, many of which are outside the Company's 
control.  These factors include the level of usage of the Internet, demand 
for Internet advertising, seasonal trends in Internet usage and advertising 
placements, the addition or loss of advertisers, the level of user traffic on 
YAHOO! and the Company's other online media properties, the advertising 
budgeting cycles of individual advertisers, the amount and timing of capital 
expenditures and other costs relating to the expansion of the Company's 
operations, the introduction of new products or services by the Company or 
its competitors, pricing changes for Web-based advertising, the timing of 
initial set-up, engineering or development fees that may be paid in 
connection with larger advertising and distribution arrangements, technical 
difficulties with respect to the use of YAHOO! or other media properties 
developed by the Company, incurrence of costs relating to acquisitions, 
general economic conditions, and economic conditions specific to the Internet 
and online media. As a strategic response to changes in the competitive 
environment, the Company may from time to time make certain pricing, service 
or marketing decisions or business combinations that could have a material 
adverse effect on the Company's business, results of operations and financial 
condition.  The Company also has experienced, and expects to continue to 
experience, seasonality in its business, with user traffic on YAHOO! and the 
Company's other online media properties being lower during the summer and 
year-end vacation and holiday periods, when usage of the Web and the 
Company's services typically experience slower growth or decline.  
Additionally, seasonality may also affect the amount of customer advertising 
dollars placed with the Company in the first and third calendar quarters as 
advertisers historically spend less during these quarters.

    From time to time, the Company enters into agreements with sponsors and 
content providers under which the Company is entitled to receive a share of 
revenue received from the purchasers of goods and services from users of the 
Company's online properties.  Such revenue arrangements, if significant, 
would expose the Company to additional risks and uncertainties, including 
(without limitation) seasonal variations associated with the markets for such 
products and services, competitive and other business factors relating to 
such markets, and potential liabilities to consumers of such products and 
services.

    Due to all of the foregoing factors, in some future quarter the Company's 
operating results may fall below the expectations of securities analysts and 
investors.  In such event, the trading price of the Company's Common Stock 
would likely be materially and adversely affected.

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RESULTS OF OPERATIONS

  NET REVENUES
   
    Net revenues increased 313% and 360% in the second quarter and first half 
of fiscal 1997, respectively, as compared to the corresponding periods in 
fiscal 1996.  The increases were due primarily to an increase in the number 
of advertisers, from 230 during the quarter ended June 30, 1996 to over 900 
in the quarter ended June 30, 1997.  Most of the Company's customers purchase 
advertisements on a short-term basis.  There can be no assurance that 
customers will continue to purchase advertising on the Company's Web pages.  
Advertising purchases by SOFTBANK, a 34% shareholder of the Company at June 
30, 1997, and its related companies accounted for approximately 5% and 7% of 
net revenues in the second quarter and first half of fiscal 1997, 
respectively, as compared to 2% and 1% in the corresponding periods in fiscal 
1996.  Contracted prices on these orders are comparable to those given to 
other major customers of the Company.  No one customer accounted for 10% or 
more of revenues during the three or six month periods ended June 30, 1997 
and 1996.  International revenues were not significant during the three and 
six month periods ended June 30, 1997 and 1996.  Barter revenues represented 
less than 10% of net revenues during those periods.

   COST OF REVENUES
   
    Cost of revenues consists of the expenses associated with the production 
and usage of the Company's online navigational guides.  These costs primarily 
consist of fees paid to third parties for content included in the guides, 
Internet connection charges, equipment depreciation, and compensation.  Cost 
of revenues were 15% and 14% of net revenues in the second quarter and first 
half of fiscal 1997, respectively, as compared to 16% and 14% in the 
corresponding periods in fiscal 1996.  The absolute dollar increase in cost 
of revenues from the year ago periods was primarily attributable to increases 
in the quantity and quality of content available on the Company's online 
navigational guide YAHOO! and its other Internet navigational services, and 
increased usage of YAHOO! branded properties and the Company's other Internet 
navigational services.  The Company anticipates that its content and Internet 
connection expenses will continue to increase with the quantity and quality 
of content available on the Company's Internet navigational services, and 
increased usage of Company's Internet navigational services.  As measured in 
page views (defined as electronic page displays), the Company delivered an 
average of 38 million page views per day in June 1997, compared to an average 
of approximately 9 million page views per day in June 1996.

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   OPERATING EXPENSES
   
    The Company's operating expenses have increased significantly since the 
Company's inception.  This trend reflects the costs associated with the 
formation of the Company, the development of the corporate infrastructure, 
the marketing and promotion of the Company's brand name, and increased 
efforts to develop and commercialize the Company's products and services.  
The Company believes that continued expansion of its operations is essential 
to enhance and extend the YAHOO! main site, establish branded properties in 
targeted markets, and expand the Company's user and advertising base.  As a 
consequence, the Company intends to continue to significantly increase 
expenditures in all operating areas.

  SALES AND MARKETING
   
    Sales and marketing expenses were $8,673,000 for the quarter ended June 
30, 1997, or 64% of net revenues as compared to $3,290,000, or 100% of net 
revenues for the quarter ended June 30, 1996.  For the six months ended June 
30, 1997, sales and marketing expenses were $15,257,000, or 66% of net 
revenues as compared to $4,150,000, or 83% of net revenues for the six months 
ended June 30, 1996.  The absolute dollar increase from the year ago periods 
is primarily attributable to an increase in commissions associated with the 
increase in revenues, costs associated with the NETSCAPE GUIDE BY YAHOO!, an 
increase in advertising costs associated with the Company's aggressive brand 
building strategy, and additional compensation expense associated with an 
increase in sales and marketing personnel related to the addition of a direct 
sales force which the Company began building in the fourth quarter of 1996.  
The Company anticipates that sales and marketing expenses will increase in 
future periods in absolute dollars as it continues to pursue an aggressive 
brand building strategy and continues to build a direct sales organization.  

  PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
   
    Product development expenses were $2,103,000 for the quarter ended June 
30, 1997, or 16% of net revenues as compared to $1,037,000, or 32% of net 
revenues for the quarter ended June 30, 1996.  For the six months ended June 
30, 1997, product development expenses were $4,005,000, or 17% of net 
revenues as compared to $1,367,000, or 27% of net revenues for the six months 
ended June 30, 1996. The increase in absolute dollars from the year ago 
periods is primarily attributable to the development of new online media 
properties and the addition of engineers.  Product development expenses 
consist primarily of employee compensation relating to developing and 
enhancing the features and functionality of YAHOO! and other online media 
properties.  To date, all product development costs have been expensed as 
incurred.  The Company believes that significant investments in product 
development are required to remain competitive.  As a consequence, the 
Company intends to incur increased product development expenditures in 
absolute dollars in future periods.

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  GENERAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE
   
    General and administrative expenses were $1,459,000 for the quarter ended 
June 30, 1997, or 11% of net revenues as compared to $762,000, or 23% of net 
revenues for the quarter ended June 30, 1996.  For the six months ended June 
30, 1997, general and administrative expenses were $2,619,000, or 11% of net 
revenues as compared to $1,249,000, or 25% of net revenues for the six months 
ended June 30, 1996.  The increase in absolute dollars from the year ago 
periods is primarily attributable to increases in personnel and professional 
services. The Company believes that the absolute dollar level of general and 
administrative expenses will increase in future periods, as a result of 
increased staffing, fees for professional services, and costs associated with 
registering the Company's trademarks in various countries.

   OTHER - NONRECURRING COSTS
   
    In July 1997, the Company and Visa entered into an agreement under which 
the Visa Group released the Company from certain obligations and claims, and 
the Company returned the Visa Group's original equity contribution to Yahoo! 
Marketplace L.L.C.  In connection with this agreement, Yahoo! has issued 
466,321 shares of Yahoo! Common Stock to the Visa Group, for which the 
Company recorded a one-time, non-cash, pre-tax charge of $21,245,000 in the 
second quarter ended June 30, 1997. 
   
  INVESTMENT INCOME, NET
   
    Investment income, net of investment expense, was $1,260,000 for the 
quarter ended June 30, 1997.  For the quarter ended June 30, 1996, investment 
income was $969,000.  Investment income for the six months ended June 30, 
1997 was $2,649,000 as compared to $1,161,000 for the six months ended June 
30, 1996. The increase in investment income from the year ago periods was 
attributable to a higher average investment balance as a result of private 
and public offering proceeds received during March and April of 1996.  
Investment income in future periods may fluctuate as a result of fluctuations 
in average cash balances maintained by the Company and changes in the market 
rates of its investments.

  MINORITY INTERESTS IN OPERATIONS OF CONSOLIDATED SUBSIDIARIES

    During the second half of 1996, the Company entered into joint venture 
agreements whereby the Company holds a majority interest in the subsidiaries 
under the agreements.  Minority interests in losses from operations of these 
consolidated subsidiaries were $182,000 for the quarter ended June 30, 1997 
and $384,000 for the first half of fiscal 1997.  The joint venture agreement 
for Yahoo! Marketplace was been terminated and the Yahoo! Europe subsidiaries 
are still in the early stages of development, therefore, minority interests 
in operations of consolidated subsidiaries will continue to fluctuate in 
future periods as a function of the results from consolidated subsidiaries.   

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   INCOME TAXES
   
    Based on the current estimate of expected operating results and certain 
other factors, the Company currently expects its effective tax rate to be 0% 
through fiscal year 1997.  The Company believes sufficient uncertainty exists 
regarding the realizability of its deferred tax assets such that a valuation 
allowance continues to be required.

NET LOSS

    The Company recorded a net loss of $20,544,000 or $0.74 per share for the 
quarter ended June 30, 1997. Excluding the effect of the one-time, non-cash, 
pre-tax charge of $21,245,000, the Company earned $610,000 or $0.02 per 
share. For the year ago quarter ended June 30, 1996, the Company recorded a 
net loss of $1,366,000 or $0.05 per share. For the six month period ended 
June 30, 1997, the Company recorded a net loss of $20,334,000 or $0.74 per 
share. Excluding the effect of the one-time, non-cash, pre-tax charge of 
$21,245,000, the Company earned $820,000 or $0.03 per share. For the year ago 
six month period ended June 30, 1996, the Company recorded a net loss of 
$1,285,000 or $0.06 per share.

LIQUIDITY AND CAPITAL RESOURCES

    Yahoo! invests predominantly in instruments that are highly liquid, of 
high quality investment grade, and predominantly have maturities of less than 
one year with the intent to make such funds readily available for operating 
purposes. At June 30, 1997, the Company had cash and cash equivalents and 
investments totaling $98,855,000 comprised of $61,587,000 in cash and cash 
equivalents, and $37,268,000 in short-term investments.

    For the six months ended June 30, 1997, cash used in operating activities 
of $4,534,000 was primarily due to increases in prepaid expenses and other 
assets, which resulted primarily from a $5,000,000 one-time non-refundable 
license payment to Netscape under the NETSCAPE GUIDE BY YAHOO! agreement and 
a $1,000,000 payment to Netscape under the Premier Provider agreement.  For 
the six months ended June 30, 1996, $1,131,000 of cash was used in operating 
activities.

    Cash provided by investing activities was $31,563,000 for the six months 
ended June 30, 1997.  Sales and maturities (net of purchases) of investments 
in marketable securities during the period were $33,169,000 and capital 
expenditures totaled $1,606,000.  Capital expenditures have generally been 
comprised of purchases of computer hardware and software as well as leasehold 
improvements related to leased facilities, and are expected to increase in 
future periods.  For the six months June 30, 1996, $39,869,000 was used in 
investing activities.  Purchases (net of sales and maturities) of investments 
in marketable securities during the period were $39,226,000 and capital 
expenditures totaled $643,000.

    For the six months ended June 30, 1997, cash provided by financing 
activities of $2,693,000 was due to $2,093,000 from the issuance of Common 
Stock pursuant to the exercise of stock options and $600,000 of proceeds 
received from a minority investor.  For the six months ended June 30, 1996, 
cash provided by financing activities of $98,785,000 was primarily due to the 
March 1996 issuance of 5,100,000 shares of Mandatorily Redeemable Convertible 
Series C Preferred Stock for aggregate proceeds of $63,750,000 and the April 
1996 initial public offering of 2,990,000 shares of Common Stock for net 
proceeds of $35,043,000.

    The Company currently has no material commitments other than those under 
the Netscape Co-Marketing agreement, the Netscape Premier Provider 
agreements, and operating lease agreements.  Under the terms of the amended 
Co-Marketing agreement, the Company has provided Netscape with $4,660,000 in 
guarantees against shared advertising revenues in the first year of the 
agreement and up to $15,000,000 in the 

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second year of the agreement, subject in the second year to certain minimum 
levels of advertising impressions being reached on the GUIDE. Under the terms 
of the Premier Provider agreements, the Company has remaining minimum 
payments to Netscape at June 30, 1997 of $5,100,000 in cash and $1,225,000 in 
the Company's advertising services which are due during the one-year terms of 
the agreements, of which $3,537,000 in cash was paid in July 1997. The 
Company experienced a substantial increase in its capital expenditures and 
operating lease arrangements in 1996 and the first half of 1997 consistent 
with increased staffing and anticipates that this will continue in the 
future. Additionally, the Company will continue to evaluate possible 
acquisitions of or investments (including through joint ventures) in 
businesses, products, and technologies that are complementary to those of the 
Company, which may require the use of cash.  Management believes existing 
cash and investments will be sufficient to meet the Company's operating 
requirements for at least the next twelve months.  Thereafter, the Company 
may sell additional equity or debt securities or obtain credit facilities.  
The sale of additional equity or convertible debt securities could result in 
additional dilution to the Company's shareholders.


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P
ART II -     OTHER INFORMATION


ITEM 1.       LEGAL PROCEEDINGS

    From time to time the Company has been, and expects to continue to be, 
subject to legal proceedings and claims in the ordinary course of its 
business, including, among others, contractual disputes with advertisers and 
content or distribution providers, and claims of alleged infringement of the 
trademarks and other intellectual property rights of third parties by the 
Company and its licensees. Such claims, even if not meritorious, could result 
in the expenditure of significant financial and managerial resources.  
Although the Company cannot predict the outcome of any proceeding, the 
Company is not currently aware of any legal proceedings or claims that the 
Company believes will have, individually or in the aggregate, a material 
adverse effect on the Company's financial position or results of operations.


ITEM 2.       CHANGES IN SECURITIES

    None.



ITEM 3.       DEFAULTS UPON SENIOR SECURITIES

    None.



ITEM 4.       SUBMISSION OF MATTERS TO A VOTE OF SECURITY HOLDERS

    None.



ITEM 5.       OTHER INFORMATION

    None.



ITEM 6.       EXHIBITS AND REPORTS ON FORM 8-K

     a.       The exhibits listed in the accompanying Index to Exhibits are 
              filed as part of this Report on Form 10-Q.

     b.       No reports on Form 8-K were filed by the Company during the 
              period covered by this Report on Form 10-Q.

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SIGNATURES

In accordance with the requirements of the Exchange Act, the Registrant has 
caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned, thereunto 
duly authorized.

                                          YAHOO! INC.



Dated: August 6, 1997                     By:  /s/  GARY VALENZUELA
                                             ---------------------------------
                                               Senior Vice President, Finance 
                                               and Administration, and Chief 
                                               Financial Officer
                                               (Principal Financial Officer)


Dated: August 6, 1997                     By:  /s/  JAMES J. NELSON
                                             ---------------------------------
                                               Vice President, Finance
                                               (Principal Accounting Officer)


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                                     YAHOO! INC.
                                           
                                  INDEX TO EXHIBITS


<TABLE>
<CAPTION>

TITLE                                                                        EXHIBIT NO.
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<S>                                                                          <C>
Amended and Restated Articles of Incorporation (to be effective
August 11, 1997). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     3.1

Amendment One to the Co-Marketing Agreement, dated June 30, 
1997 between Yahoo! Inc. and Netscape Communications Corporation. . . . . .    10.1

International Net Search Program Services Agreement, dated June 30,
1997 between Yahoo! Inc. and Netscape Communications Corporation. . . . . .    10.2

Trademark License Agreement, dated June 30, 1997 between
Yahoo! Inc. and Netscape Communications Corporation . . . . . . . . . . . .    10.3

Financial Data Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    27





</TABLE>


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                                 AMENDED AND RESTATED
                              ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
                                          OF
                                     YAHOO! INC.
                                           
                                           
    TIMOTHY KOOGLE and JOHN PLACE certify that:

    1.   They are the President and Secretary, respectively, of YAHOO! INC., a
California corporation.

    2.   The Articles of Incorporation of this corporation are amended and
restated to read in their entirety as follows:

                                         "I.

     The name of this corporation is YAHOO! INC.

                                         II.

     The purpose of this corporation is to engage in any lawful act or 
activity for which a corporation may be organized under the General 
Corporation Law of California other than the banking business, the trust 
company business or the practice of a profession permitted to be incorporated 
by the California Corporation Code.

                                         III.

     (a)     This corporation is authorized to issue two classes of shares 
designated "Preferred Stock" and "Common Stock", respectively.  The total 
number of shares which this corporation shall have authority to issue is Two 
Hundred Thirty Five Million (235,000,000), par value of $0.00067 per share.  
The number of shares of Preferred Stock authorized to be issued is Ten 
Million (10,000,000), and the number of shares of Common Stock authorized to 
be issued is Two Hundred Twenty Five Million (225,000,000).  Upon the 
effective date of the filing of these
 Amended and Restated Articles of 
Incorporation, each two (2) shares of the corporation's outstanding Common 
Stock shall be converted and reconstituted into three (3) shares of Common 
Stock (the "Stock Split").

     No fractional shares shall be issued as a result of the Stock Split.  
Each holder entitled to receive a fraction of a share of Common Stock as a 
result of the Stock Split, when all shares of 


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<PAGE>

Common Stock held by such holder are aggregated together, shall, in lieu of a 
fractional share, receive cash in an amount equal to the fair market value of 
the Company's Common Stock on the date of the filing of these Amended and 
Restated Articles of Incorporation, as determined by the corporation's Board 
of Directors, multiplied by the fraction of a share of Common Stock to which 
such holder would otherwise be entitled.

     (b) The Preferred Stock may be issued from time to time in one or more 
series. The Board of Directors is hereby authorized, within the limitations 
and restrictions stated in these Articles of Incorporation to determine or 
alter the rights, preferences, privileges and restrictions granted to or 
imposed upon any wholly unissued series of Preferred Stock and the number of 
shares constituting any such series and the designation thereof, or any of 
them; and to increase or decrease the number of shares of any series 
subsequent to the issue of shares of that series, but not below the number of 
shares of such series then outstanding. In case the number of shares of any 
series shall be so decreased, the shares constituting such decrease shall 
resume the status which they had prior to the adoption of the resolution 
originally fixing the number of shares of such series.

                                         IV.

     Shareholders shall not be entitled to cumulate their votes for the 
election of directors of the corporation.

     This Article IV shall become effective only when the corporation 
becomes, and only for so long as the corporation remains, a listed 
corporation within the meaning of Section 301.5 of the California 
Corporations Code.

                                          V.

     No action shall be taken by the shareholders of the corporation other 
than at an annual or special meeting of the shareholders, upon due notice and 
in accordance with the provisions of the corporation's bylaws.

                                         VI.

     (a) On or prior to the date on which the corporation first provides 
notice of an annual meeting of the shareholders following the date this 
Article VI shall have become effective (and provided that the authorized 
number of directors of the corporation shall be not less than six), the Board 
of Directors of the corporation shall divide the directors into two classes, 
as nearly equal in number as reasonably possible with the term of office of 
the first class to expire at the 1997 annual meeting of shareholders or any 
special meeting in lieu thereof and the term of office of the second class to 
expire at the 1998 annual meeting of shareholders or any special meeting in 
lieu thereof.  At each annual meeting of shareholders or special meeting in 
lieu thereof following such initial classification, directors elected to 
succeed those directors whose terms expire shall be elected for a term of 
office to expire at the second succeeding annual meeting of shareholders or 
special meeting in lieu thereof after their election and until their 
successors are duly elected and qualified.

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     (b) Subject to the rights of the holders of any series of Preferred 
Stock then outstanding, newly created directorships resulting from any 
increase in the authorized number of directors or any vacancies in the Board 
of Directors resulting from death, resignation, retirement, disqualification, 
removal from office or other cause may be filled only by a majority vote of 
the directors then in office even though less than a quorum, or by a sole 
remaining director. In the event of any increase or decrease in the 
authorized number of directors, (i) each director then serving as such shall 
nevertheless continue as a director of the class of which he or she is a 
member until the expiration of his or her current term or his or her prior 
death, retirement, removal or resignation and (ii) the newly created or 
eliminated directorships resulting from such increase or decrease shall, if 
reasonably possible, be apportioned by the Board of Directors between the two 
classes of directors so as to ensure that no one class has more than one 
director more than any other class.  To the extent reasonably possible, 
consistent with the foregoing rule, any newly created directorships shall be 
added to those classes whose terms of office are to expire at the latest 
dates following such allocation and newly eliminated directorships shall be 
subtracted from those classes whose terms of office are to expire at the 
earliest dates following such allocation, unless otherwise provided for from 
time to time by resolution adopted by a majority of the directors then in 
office, although less than a quorum.  In the event of a vacancy in the Board 
of Directors, the remaining directors, except as otherwise provided by law, 
may exercise the powers of the full Board of Directors until the vacancy is 
filled.

     (c)  This Article VI shall become effective only when the corporation 
becomes, and only for so long as the corporation remains, a listed 
corporation within the meaning of Section 301.5 of the California 
Corporations Code.

                                      VII.

     Section 1.    LIMITATION OF DIRECTORS' LIABILITY.  The liability of the 
directors of the corporation for monetary damages shall be eliminated to the 
fullest extent permissible under California law.

     Section 2.    INDEMNIFICATION OF CORPORATE AGENTS.  This corporation is 
authorized to provide indemnification of agents (as defined in Section 317 of 
the California Corporations Code) through bylaw provisions, agreements with 
agents, vote of shareholders or disinterested directors  or otherwise, in 
excess of the indemnification otherwise permitted by such Section 317 of the 
California Corporations Code, subject only to the applicable limits set forth 
in Section 204 of the California Corporations Code with respect to  actions 
for breach of duty to the corporation and its shareholders.

     Section 3.    REPEAL OR MODIFICATION.  Any repeal or modification of the 
foregoing provisions of this Article VII  shall not adversely affect any 
right or protection of a director of the corporation existing at the time of 
such repeal or modification.

     3.  The foregoing amendment and restatement of these Articles of 
Incorporation has been duly approved by the Board of Directors.


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     4.  In accordance with Sections 902(c) and 903(a)(2) of the California 
General Corporation Law, the foregoing amendment may be adopted with approval 
by the Board of Directors alone and does not require approval by the 
outstanding shares.

     We further declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State 
of California that the matters set forth in the foregoing certificate are 
true of our own knowledge.  Executed at Santa Clara, California on July 29, 
1997. 



                                       /s/ Timothy Koogle  
                                       ------------------------------
                                       TIMOTHY KOOGLE,  President and
                                       Chief Executive Officer



                                       /s/ John Place      
                                       ------------------------------
                                       JOHN PLACE, Secretary

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                                  AMENDMENT ONE
                                     TO THE
                             CO-MARKETING AGREEMENT
                                     BETWEEN
                                   YAHOO! INC.
                                       AND
                       NETSCAPE COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION

This Amendment One ("Amendment One") is entered into by and between Netscape 
Communications Corporation, a Delaware corporation, with principal offices at 
501 E. Middlefield Road, Mountain View, California 94043 ("Netscape"), and 
Yahoo! Inc., a California corporation with its principal place of business at 
3400 Central Expressway, Suite 201, Santa Clara, California 95051 ("Yahoo") 
and is effective as of the effective date set forth below ("Effective Date"). 

WHEREAS, the parties have entered into a Co-Marketing Agreement dated March 
17, 1997 (the "Agreement");

WHEREAS, due to Yahoo's initial start-up costs associated with the Service 
(as defined in the Agreement) and later than expected commercial availability 
of Netscape Communicator, the parties wish to modify and supplement the 
provisions of such Agreement;

NOW, THEREFORE, the parties, in consideration of the terms and conditions 
herein, agree as follows:

1.   CAPITALIZED TERMS DEFINED IN THE AGREEMENT SHALL HAVE THE SAME MEANING IN
     THIS AMENDMENT ONE AS IN THE AGREEMENT.

2.   EXCEPT AS EXPLICITLY MODIFIED, ALL TERMS, CONDITIONS AND PROVISIONS OF 
     THE AGREEMENT SHALL
 CONTINUE IN FULL FORCE AND EFFECT.

3.   Section 14.1 shall be deleted in its entirety and replaced with the
     following:

     "14.1  PAYMENT AMOUNTS.  For the benefits and services provided by
     Netscape to Yahoo during the Term, Yahoo shall remit to Netscape a total 
     of Nineteen Million Six Hundred Sixty Thousand Dollars ($19,660,000) as 
     the Payment, comprised of the following components:

     Four Million Six Hundred Sixty Thousand Dollars ($4,660,000) as a 
          guarantee against advertising revenue in the first year of the 
          Term ending March 31, 1998, adjusted for Section 17.1, plus

     Fifteen Million Dollars ($15,000,000) as a guarantee against advertising
          revenue for the remainder of the term, provided Netscape delivers 
          the Netscape traffic requirements as described in Section 15."


                  [X] CONFIDENTIAL TREATMENT REQUESTED.
         OMITTED PORTIONS FILED SEPARATELY WITH THE COMMISSION.

<PAGE>

4.   The payment provisions of Section 14.2 shall be amended as follows:

     a.   The $1,500,000 payment due to Netscape on June 15, 1997 shall be
          reduced to $1,160,000 and shall be due and payable on June 30, 
          1997; and

     b.   The $2,250,000 payment due to Netscape on September 30, 1997 and the
          $2,750,000 payment due to Netscape on December 31, 1997, each of 
          which is specified in Section 14.2, shall be cancelled.  All other 
          payments specified in the Agreement shall remain due as set forth 
          in the Agreement.

5.   Section 17.1 is revised in its entirety to read as set forth in Attachment
     A-1 hereto.

The Effective Date of this Amendment One is 6/30/97, 1997.

YAHOO! INC.                               NETSCAPE COMMUNICATIONS
                                          CORPORATION



By:  /s/ Jeffrey A. Mallett           By:  /s/ Michael Homer        
   --------------------------------      -------------------------------

Name:  Jeffrey A. Mallett             Name:  Michael Homer          
     ------------------------------          ---------------------------

Title:  SR. VP. Business Operations   Title:  SVP of Marketing
      -----------------------------          ---------------------------


                                     -2-
                    [X] CONFIDENTIAL TREATMENT REQUESTED.
            OMITTED PORTIONS FILED SEPARATELY WITH THE COMMISSION.

<PAGE>

                                ATTACHMENT A-1

17.1  ALLOCATION.  "Interim Net Revenues" shall be defined as the gross 
recognized revenues received from:  (i) advertising sales (other than 
revenues received in connection with the sale of advertising on the What's 
New Page and What's Cool Page, as such advertising revenues are described in 
Section 16 of the Agreement); (ii) fees paid by Content Providers; and (iii) 
revenues from other sources; less barter, bad debt (provided that charges 
against bad debt do not exceed three percent (3%) of the gross recognized 
revenues), and cost of sales (at twenty percent (20%) of gross recognized 
revenues).  [XXXX] has been achieved, after which time the Interim Net 
Revenues will be allocated [XXXX] for the remainder of the Term.  Yahoo may 
keep an ongoing reserve of three percent (3%) for bad debt, and actual bad 
debt shall be reconciled at the conclusion of each twelve (12) month period.  
To the extent that the accrued Interim Net Revenues as of [XXXX], 
thirty-three percent (33%) of the difference between the actual Interim Net 
Revenues as of December 31, 1997 and [XXXX] shall be credited towards Yahoo's 
March 31, 1998 minimum payment of [XXXX].



                                     -3-
                    [X] CONFIDENTIAL TREATMENT REQUESTED.
            OMITTED PORTIONS FILED SEPARATELY WITH THE COMMISSION.



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                       NETSCAPE COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION

                        INTERNATIONAL NET SEARCH PROGRAM

                               SERVICES AGREEMENT


OBJECTIVE:  To direct users of a Netscape client software Internet browser 
product ("Browser") to local-language Internet search and directory services.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

     1.  PREMIER PROVIDER.  The entity ("Premier Provider") named on the 
signature page to this agreement ("Agreement") will be a premier search and 
directory service for the collection of HTML pages which Netscape maintains 
as certain of Netscape's local, non-U.S.-English web sites and language- and 
geographically-targeted mirror sites, in the languages and geographic targets 
as set forth below (referred to individually as a "Netscape Local Web Site" 
and collectively as "Netscape Local Web Sites").  Each Netscape Local Web 
Site shall include an HTML page providing local-language and/or 
geographic-targeted Internet search and directory functionality (such HTML 
page being referred to individually as a "Local Page" and collectively as the 
"Local Pages").  (Each language- and geographically-targeted combination 
listed under "Netscape Local Web Site" is referred to as a "Territory".)  The 
Local Pages shall be accessible by the public via the Internet at the URLs
 
specified below, or such other URLs as Netscape may designate from time to 
time in writing:


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Brazilian Portuguese - Brazil           http://home.netscape.com/pt/escapes/internet_search.html

Danish - Denmark                        http://home.netscape.com/da/escapes/internet_search.html

Dutch - The Netherlands                 http://home.netscape.com/nl/escapes/internet_search.html

French - France                         http://home.netscape.com/fr/escapes/internet_search.html

German - Germany                        http://home.netscape.com/de/escapes/internet_search.html

Italian - Italy                         http://home.netscape.com/it/escapes/internet_search.html


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Japanese - Japan                        http://home.netscape.com/ja/escapes/internet_search.html

Korean - Korea                          http://home.netscape.com/ko/escapes/internet_search.html

Spanish - Spain                         http://home.netscape.com/es/escapes/internet_search.html

Swedish - Sweden                        http://home.netscape.com/se/escapes/internet_search.html

Australian Mirror Site - Australia      http://home.netscape.com/au/escapes/internet_search.html

U.K. Mirror Site - United Kingdom       http://home.netscape.com/uk/escapes/internet_search.html
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The Local Pages may also be accessed by Internet users of a 
Netscape-distributed local-language version of the Browser by pressing or 
"clicking" on the Net Search Button or such other methods as Netscape may 
specify from time to time. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Netscape reserves 
the right to determine other means whereby users may access Local Pages which 
provide Internet search and directory services on Netscape Local Web Sites, 
including, but not limited to, the use of mirror sites and pointers based on 
a user's IP address, and which localized pages are separate and distinct from 
the Local Pages described in this Agreement.

     2.  PREMIER PERIOD.  Netscape will maintain Premier Provider's Premier 
Graphic, as defined below, on the Local Pages for the period beginning on the 
Start Date and ending on the End Date below, except with respect to the Local 
Page for Japan, which Premier Graphic shall be maintained on the Local Page 
for Japan beginning on August 1, 1997, and ending on the End Date 
(collectively, the "Premier Period"):  

     Start Date:    July 1, 1997

     End Date: June 30, 1998

     3.  SERVICES PROVIDED BY NETSCAPE.

          3.1    PREMIER GRAPHIC.  Each of the participants, including 
Premier Provider, in this International Net Search Program (the 
"Participants") will supply Netscape with HTML and/or GIF files, or files of 
such other format as may be designated from time to time in writing by 
Netscape, which conform to the specifications in EXHIBIT A (each of such 
files comprise a "Premier Graphic"), for each of the languages for the 
Netscape Local Web Sites listed in Section 1, which Netscape will place on 
the applicable Local Pages during the Premier Period.  Premier Provider shall 
retain all right, title and interest in and to the Premier Provider's Premier 
Graphic (including the copyright ownership thereof), and Premier Provider 
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Netscape a royalty-free worldwide license, without payment or 
other charge therefor, to use, display, perform, reproduce and distribute 
Premier Provider's Premier Graphic, and such other licenses with respect to 
Premier Provider's Premier Graphic necessary to fulfill the intention of this 
Agreement.  Premier Provider's Premier Graphic shall contain a functional 
search field and, if available, directory tree.  The specifications of the 
Premier Graphics and the placement on the Local Pages of the Premier Graphics 
are set forth on EXHIBIT A hereto.  Premier Provider's compliance with the 
content as well as the language, technical, visual and functional 
specifications set forth in EXHIBIT A are a material obligation of Premier 
Provider under this Agreement.  Netscape may, upon notice to Premier 
Provider, revise EXHIBIT A, provided that the display of the Premier Graphics 
shall remain the largest and most prominent category of search graphics on 
the Local Pages.  

          3.2   STACK.  Netscape will produce the Local Pages as set forth on 
EXHIBIT A.  The Premier Graphic of each of the Participants on any Local Page 
will appear to be overlapped in a stack (the "Stack").  A Premier Graphic 
other than the Premier Graphic currently being displayed will be accessible 
by the end user by pressing or "clicking" on a tab for the relevant 
Participant's service. Netscape will produce the Local Pages such that when 
an end user presses or "clicks" on hypertext links ("Premier Links") placed 
by Premier Provider on Premier Provider's Premier Graphic, the end user's 
Browser will access Premier Provider's applicable HTML pages located at the 
applicable URLs ("Premier URLs") for such pages on the collection of 
local-language HTML documents Premier Provider maintains as its web site in 
the applicable local language ("Premier Provider's Local Web Site" or, as 
appropriate, "Premier Provider's Local Web Sites").  In the event the Premier 
Provider's Local Web Site for a particular Territory is not fully operational 
on the first day of the Premier Period, Netscape shall include Premier 
Provider's Premier Graphic for such Territory in the Stack on the Local Page 
for such Territory, provided that:  (i) such Premier Graphic shall link to 
Premier Provider's U.S. English language Web site or such other relevant 
Premier Provider Internet search service as specified by Premier Provider, 
except with respect to the Premier Graphic for France; (ii) such link to 
Premier Provider's Web site shall include a notification to the end user to 
"stay tuned" for Premier Provider's Local Web Site for such Territory; (iii) 
any such views of Premier Provider's Premier Graphic shall be counted as an 
"Exposure" as defined in Section 6.1; and (iv) Premier Provider shall use 
best efforts to launch a fully operational Local Web Site for such Territory 
as soon after the Effective Date as practicable.  

          3.3   ROTATION.  Netscape will rotate the display of the Premier 
Graphic to be displayed on the top of the Stack when each Local Page is 
served to an end user who has not selected a Premier Graphic as a default, as 
described in Section 3.4.  Subject to the provisions of Section 3.4, Premier 
Provider's Premier Graphic will appear on the top of the Stack of each Local 
Page [XXXX]("Rotation Percentage") of the time in which the Local Page is 
served up to end users who have not selected a particular Premier Graphic or 
selected a default Premier Graphic when accessing the particular Local Page.  
Premier Provider acknowledges that the above-stated rotation percentage is a 
quarterly target. Netscape shall use reasonable commercial efforts to serve 
up the Premier Graphic at such rotation frequency with a variance of plus or 
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          3.4   END USER DEFAULT.  Netscape shall produce each Local Page 
such that the end user may select which Premier Graphic, including, without 
limitation, Premier Provider's Premier Graphic, the end user would prefer to 
have displayed on the top of the Stack upon the calling up of each Local Page 
by such end user.  If an end user selects a default Premier Graphic, the 
Premier Graphic selected by the end user will be displayed on top of the 
Stack when that end user accesses such Local Page.  If an end user has 
elected to have a particular Premier Graphic appear on top of the Stack on a 
default basis, the other Premier Graphics, including, without limitation, 
Premier Provider's Premier Graphic, to the extent Premier Provider's Premier 
Graphic is not selected as such default, will not appear on the top of the 
Stack unless selected by the end user.  Netscape plans to make the 
functionality described in this Section 3.4 available by July 31, 1997.  

          3.5   LOCAL PAGE SPECIFICATIONS.  The specifications of each of the 
Premier Graphics, including, without limitation, Premier Provider's Premier 
Graphic, the Stacks, and their placement on the Local Pages are set forth on 
EXHIBIT A hereto; provided, however, that Netscape may, upon notice to 
Premier Provider, (i) change the location of the Stacks or the Premier 
Graphics on the Local Pages, (ii) redesign or reconfigure the Stacks, the 
Local Pages, Netscape's Local Web Sites, and/or the manner in which an end 
user interacts with any of the pages of Netscape's Local Web Sites, or (iii) 
revise EXHIBIT A, and Premier Provider shall promptly, and in any event, 
within no more than thirty (30) days following receipt of the notice, supply 
Netscape with a revised Premier Provider Premier Graphic which conforms to 
the specifications of the revised EXHIBIT A.  In the event that Netscape 
revises EXHIBIT A and Premier Provider must supply conforming materials, such 
conforming materials shall be received by Netscape and fully functional no 
later than five (5) days (excluding holidays) prior to the date Netscape 
specifies for the posting of the revised Premier Provider Premier Graphic or 
Stack on Netscape's Local Web Sites.  If Netscape has not received such 
revised and conforming materials no later than five (5) days prior to the 
date Netscape specifies for the posting of the revised Premier Provider 
Premier Graphic or Stack on Netscape's Local Web Sites, or if the materials 
supplied by Premier Provider do not function in accordance with the 
specifications set by Netscape, then Netscape shall either (i) post previous 
versions of Premier Provider's supplied materials, or (ii) make such changes 
as necessary to bring the materials into conformity with the new 
specifications, until such time as the specifications of EXHIBIT A are again 
revised.

          3.6   UPDATE OF PREMIER GRAPHIC.  Premier Provider may elect to 
revise or update its Premier Graphic, provided that such Premier Graphic 
complies with the specifications of EXHIBIT A.  Netscape shall provide 
Premier Provider with a schedule of material due dates and planned Local Page 
updates.

          3.7   EMERGENCY ENGINEERING SUPPORT.  Netscape will provide, free 
of charge, up to an aggregate of three (3) hours of emergency engineering 
support services time per update to help Premier Provider service any newly 
revised Premier Provider Premier Graphic so that such Premier Graphic 
complies with the new specifications.  Netscape will use reasonable 
commercial efforts promptly to remedy any material malfunctioning of the 
tabbing mechanism for Premier Provider's Premier Graphic or material 
malfunctioning of the Premier Links under the control of Netscape, provided 
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any such material malfunctioning or misplacement, and provided further that 
Netscape shall not incur liability for any failure to remedy such material 
malfunctioning or misplacement if such remedy is not within the reasonable 
control of Netscape.  Premier Provider may report malfunctions to Netscape at 
the email address intlsrchprod@netscape.com.  Notwithstanding the foregoing, 
Netscape has no obligation to perform services in connection with 
malfunctions resulting from software not supplied by Netscape.

     4.  JOINT SERVICES.  If the parties so mutually agree, Netscape and 
Premier Provider shall operate a co-branded search and display service 
consisting of customizing search results served up from Premier Provider's 
Local Web Sites in conjunction with Netscape's premier search and directory 
service described herein (collectively, the "Co-Branded Service").  The 
Co-Branded Service name shall be mutually agreed upon by Netscape and Premier 
Provider. Premier Provider shall not independently use the Co-Branded Service 
Name without Netscape's prior written consent, unless such use occurs in 
connection with Premier Provider's promotional efforts on behalf of the 
Co-Branded Service.  The Co-Branded Service name may only be displayed on 
search results pages generated by Premier Provider in connection with the 
Co-Branded Service.  Premier Provider shall have the right to use the 
Co-Branded Service name as described in this Section 4 during the Premier 
Period.  Premier Provider may not use the Co-Branded Service name for any 
other purpose.

     5.  ADDITIONAL PREMIER PROVIDER BENEFITS.

          5.1   ADVERTISING SERVICES.  During the Premier Period, Premier 
Provider may purchase additional advertising on Netscape's Local Web Sites 
for advertising that will run during the Premier Period for the service of 
Premier Provider at a discount of ten percent (10%) off Netscape's then 
standard rates for such advertising.  Premier Provider shall execute 
Netscape's standard sponsorship agreement for online advertising with respect 
to postings of Premier Provider's advertisement ("Premier Provider's 
Advertisement").  Premier Provider and Netscape shall mutually agree to the 
schedule and the placement of Premier Provider's Advertisement on Netscape's 
Local Web Sites.  Premier Provider shall supply Netscape with the graphic 
files and other materials and information within the timeframes and as set 
forth in the specifications of the applicable Netscape advertising program 
and as reasonably requested by Netscape to produce the Premier Provider's 
Advertisement.  Premier Provider's Advertisement shall not contain any 
Internet search or directory functionality as such Premier Provider's 
Advertisement is served to end users.

          5.2   LIMIT ON PREMIER PROVIDERS.  Netscape shall limit the number 
of companies whose tabs appear on the Stack at any one time to a total of 
[XXXX]entities, except with respect to:  (i) the Netscape Local Web Site in 
France, which shall contain a total of [XXXX] entities on the Stack through 
July 1997, and (ii) the Netscape Local Web Site in Japan, which shall contain 
a total of [XXXX] entities on the Stack through July 1997.

          5.3   PRESET BOOKMARK.  Netscape will use reasonable commercial 
efforts to include a graphic HTML link to Premier Provider's URL ("Premier 
Provider's Bookmark") in the bookmark section of the local-language version 
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versions 4.x.  Although Netscape may decide to include Premier Provider's 
Bookmark in certain local-language shipping versions of Netscape Communicator 
4.x, Premier Provider's Bookmark may be reconfigured, customized or deleted 
by an end user.  Premier Provider may redirect, at its option, traffic to 
Premier Provider's Bookmark to other Premier Provider Internet search 
services.

     6.  EXPOSURE GUARANTEE.

          6.1   An exposure ("Exposure") occurs upon the serving up to an end 
user of:  (i) the HTML page displaying Premier Provider's Premier Graphic on 
the top of a Stack, (ii) if Netscape includes a bookmark link to Premier 
Provider, the page on Premier Provider's Local Web Site linked to Premier 
Provider's Bookmark, (the "Bookmarked Local Page") in conjunction with the 
program described in this Agreement, or (iii) other Premier Provider content 
as a consequence of an end user accessing a promotional page on Netscape's 
Local Web Sites if the parties agree that such promotional page traffic shall 
constitute an Exposure.  Premier Provider's Premier Graphics may be served on 
the top of the Stack to an end user by the following means:  (i) Premier 
Provider's Premier Graphics is displayed as part of the Stack rotation, as 
described in Section 3.3, (ii) Premier Provider's Premier Graphics has been 
set as an end user's default selection, as described in Section 3.4 or (iii) 
an end user selects or clicks on Premier Provider's Premier Graphic tab in 
the Stack.

          6.2   MINIMUM GUARANTEED EXPOSURES.  Netscape guarantees, during 
the Premier Period:

                (i)     a combined total of [XXXX] for the following
                        Territories:  Brazil, Denmark, The Netherlands, France,
                        Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom;

                (ii)    [XXXX] for the Japanese Territory; 

                (iii)   [XXXX] for the Korean Territory; and 

                (iv)    [XXXX] for the Australian Territory.  

     Each Territory or group of Territories described in Sections 6.2(i)-(iv) 
above shall be defined as a "Region," and each number of minimum guaranteed 
exposures for each Region shall be defined as the "Minimum Guaranteed 
Exposures" with respect to such Region; provided, however, that the number of 
Minimum Guaranteed Exposures for a Region shall be reduced by the Reduction 
Amount, as defined below, in the event that, as of the first day of the 
Premier Period, or for any period during the Premier Period, Premier Provider 
has not launched or is not operating a fully-functional, language- and 
geographically-targeted Internet search and directory service for each of the 
French-France, German-Germany, Japanese-Japan, and English-United Kingdom 
Territories (collectively, the "Primary Territories").  As used in this 
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          (a)    Minimum Guaranteed Exposures for the Region in which the 
Primary Territory's Internet search and directory service is not operating.

          (b)    the fraction equal to

                 (1)     number of days during the Premier Period (a) that 
Premier Provider does not operate for general use on the World Wide Web 
fully-functional, language- and geographically-targeted Internet search and 
directory services for the Primary Territories and (b) for which Premier 
Provider has not provided to Netscape a Premier Graphic corresponding to each 
of such services pursuant to Section 3.1 of this Agreement; divided by

                 (2)     The number of days in the Premier Period.

Netscape shall apply the Reduction Amount to the Region in which the Primary 
Territory's Internet search and directory service is not operating (i.e. if 
the United Kingdom service is not operating, the Reduction Amount shall be 
applied against the Minimum Guaranteed Exposures listed in Section 6.2(i)).

          6.3    MAKE-GOOD.  If, at the end of the Premier Period, Premier 
Provider's content has not, in the aggregate, received total Exposures equal 
to or greater than the Minimum Guaranteed Exposures for any of the four 
Regions described in Section 6.2(i)-(iv) above, and provided that Premier 
Provider has complied with its obligations hereunder, Netscape will, at its 
discretion: (i) continue to place Premier Provider's Premier Graphic on the 
Local Pages (as specified in this Section 3) of the particular Region in 
which there is a shortage of Exposures beyond the end of the Premier Period 
until such time as the Minimum Guaranteed Exposures for such Region have been 
achieved; (ii) deliver to Premier Provider a mutually agreed upon program as 
a remedy for the shortfall in Exposures; or (iii) purchase from Premier 
Provider mutually agreed upon advertising and inventory services.  If the 
parties are unable to mutually agree upon a program or advertising and 
inventory services as described in this Section 6.3(ii) and 6.3(iii), then 
Netscape shall continue to place Premier Provider's Premier Graphic on the 
Local Pages as specified in this Section 6.3(i).  The remedy set forth in 
this Section 6.3 shall be Premier Provider's sole and exclusive remedy, and 
Netscape's sole and exclusive obligation, regarding Netscape's obligation set 
forth in Section 6.2 in the event, by the end of the Premier Period, any of 
the Minimum Guaranteed Exposures have not been achieved.

     7.   PREMIER PROVIDER OBLIGATIONS.  In addition to the other obligations 
set forth herein, Premier Provider shall:

          7.1    NETSCAPE NOW.  Premier Provider shall display the "Netscape 
Now" button prominently [XXXX], and use reasonable commercial efforts to 
include the following statement (or a statement designated by Netscape and 
generally used by Netscape as a successor to the following statement or in 
connection with any successor program to Netscape's Netscape Now program) 
next to the Netscape Now button:  "This site is best viewed with Netscape 
Communicator.  Download Netscape Now!" (or such higher non-beta version as is 
then available).  Premier Provider will produce the page such that when an 
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on the Netscape Now button (or such other button used in connection with any 
successor program to the Netscape Now program), the end user's Internet 
client software will access the applicable HTML page located at a URL 
supplied by Netscape.  On any page on which the Netscape Now button, or a 
successor button, is displayed, the Netscape Now button shall be [XXXX] or 
"push" content delivery system other than dedicated function software in the 
appropriate topical area (e.g., personal finance).  Premier Provider shall 
use reasonable commercial efforts promptly to remedy any misplacement of the 
Netscape Now button on its home page or other pages or any malfunctioning of 
the button, provided Netscape will fully cooperate with Premier Provider to 
remedy any such misplacement or malfunctioning, and provided further that 
Premier Provider shall not incur liability for any failure to remedy such 
misplacement or malfunctioning if such remedy is not within the reasonable 
control of Premier Provider.  In the event that Netscape replaces the 
Netscape Now program with a successor program, Netscape shall advise Premier 
Provider and Premier Provider shall produce the page to conform to such 
successor program, provide Premier Provider's obligations under such 
successor program shall not be materially increased. Netscape hereby grants 
Premier Provider a nonexclusive, nontransferable, nonassignable, 
nonsublicensable license to perform and display the Netscape Now button 
directly in connection with fulfilling the foregoing obligation.  Premier 
Provider's use of the Netscape Now button shall be in accordance with 
Netscape's reasonable policies regarding advertising and trademark usage as 
established from time to time by Netscape, including the guidelines of the 
Netscape Now Program published on Netscape's U.S. English-language Web Site.  
Premier Provider acknowledges that the Netscape Now button is a proprietary 
logo of Netscape and contains Netscape's trademarks.  In the event that 
Netscape determines that Premier Provider's use of the Netscape Now button is 
inconsistent with Netscape's quality standards, then Netscape shall have the 
right to suspend immediately such use of the Netscape Now button.  Premier 
Provider understands and agrees that the use of the Netscape Now button in 
connection with this Agreement shall not create any right, title or interest 
in or to the use of the Netscape Now button or associated trademarks and that 
all such use and goodwill associated with the Netscape Now button and 
associated trademarks will inure to the benefit of Netscape.  Premier 
Provider agrees not to register or use any trademark that is similar to the 
Netscape Now button. Premier Provider further agrees that it will not use the 
Netscape Now button in a misleading manner or otherwise in a manner that 
could tend to reflect adversely on Netscape or its products.  If Premier 
Provider fails to honor the commitment set forth in this Section 7.1, 
Netscape shall be relieved of its obligations described in Section 6.3;

          7.2    SERVER SOFTWARE.  In order to showcase the close 
relationship between Premier Provider and Netscape and highlight Premier 
Provider's endorsement of Netscape's products, Premier Provider shall use at 
least one (1) current version of Netscape core Web server software product 
(currently comprised of Netscape Enterprise Server and Netscape FastTrack 
Server) to maintain Premier Provider's Web Sites provided that Netscape has 
released a localized Web server software product suitable for the respective 
language-geography in the Territory.  Premier Provider shall use commercially 
reasonable efforts to deploy such Web server software upon release by 
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          7.3    SITE FEATURES.  Implement at least one of HTML Frames, 
layers, dynamic HTML pages, Java, JavaScript, absolute positioning, cascading 
style sheets or the then current client software technology (or subsequent 
features displayable by the Browser, within the beta testing period of the 
availability of such features) ("Site Features") for display with those 
Internet software clients capable of displaying the Site Features on (i) 
Premier Provider's Local Web Sites, provided that Premier Provider shall use 
reasonable commercial efforts to implement the Site Features on Premier 
Provider's Local Web Sites in a location and in a fashion as Netscape may 
agree, and (ii) at least one (1) HTML page located at each Premier URL (or on 
an HTML page located further down the directory tree from the page located at 
the Premier URL; provided Premier Provider will use reasonable efforts to 
implement the Site Features as high in such directory tree structure as 
possible), and, where appropriate, on all other HTML pages of Premier 
Provider's primary Web site; and provided Premier Provider shall not be 
required to implement the Site Features on pages of any secondary Web site of 
Premier Provider that Premier Provider is required to construct to satisfy 
Premier Provider's obligations under any third party contract existing as of 
the date of this Agreement.  Netscape shall use reasonable commercial efforts 
to help Premier Provider implement changes in order to comply with new Site 
Features;

          7.4    MAILTO LINK.  Include on the page served to an end user in 
conjunction with the results of the end user's search query on Premier 
Provider's service a "mailto" link which users of Premier Provider's service 
can use to direct questions or help requests to Premier Provider.  Netscape 
shall also include such a "mailto" link on the page.  Premier Provider will 
use reasonable efforts to reply promptly to any such question or help request;

          7.5    NO DISABLING.  Not provide or implement any means or 
functionality which would (i) alter or modify, or enable end users to alter 
or modify, the Browser standard user interface or configuration, (ii) disable 
any functionality of the Browser or any other Internet browser software, or 
(iii) modify the functioning of pages served form Netscape's Local Web Site.  
If Premier Provider fails to honor the commitment set forth in this Section 
7.5, Netscape be relieved of its obligations described in Section 6.3;

          7.6    USE OF PREMIER GRAPHIC SPACE.  Not use, or assign the right 
to use, the space allotted the Premier Graphic, or links therein, for the 
benefit of a third party without first obtaining Netscape's prior written 
consent therefor, not produce the Premier Graphic such that it includes 
comparisons of Premier Provider's services with other services, and shall 
maintain the Premier Graphic for the purpose of promoting Premier Provider's 
Internet search and directory services; and

          7.7    PREFERENCE FOR NETSCAPE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES.  Use 
commercially reasonable judgment to accord, in light of the intent of the 
parties to highlight their strategic relationship as evidenced by the terms 
and conditions of this Agreement, in Premier Provider's Local Web sites, 
Netscape's products and services a position of overall prominence at least as 
great as the positioning accorded any third-party Internet client software 
provider.

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         8.1    PAYMENT.  Premier Provider shall pay Netscape a total of 
Three Hundred Thousand Dollars $300,000 (the "Payment") comprised of the 
following:

         Participation in the International Net Search Program         $ [XXXX]

         Engineering Fee                                               $ [XXXX]

         Localization Fee                                              $ [XXXX]

         8.2    CURRENCY; NET 30 DAYS; INTEREST.  All amounts payable 
hereunder are denominated in U.S. Dollars, and all amounts payable to 
Netscape hereunder shall be paid in U.S. Dollars.  Except as otherwise set 
forth herein, all amounts payable by Premier Provider hereunder are payable 
within thirty (30) days after receipt by Premier Provider of the 
corresponding invoice submitted by Netscape.  Any portion of the Cash Payment 
or the Overage Payments which has not been paid to Netscape within the 
applicable time set forth above shall bear interest at the lesser of (i) one 
percent (1%) per month, or (ii) the maximum amount allowed by law.

         8.3    TAXES.

                 a.    EXCLUSIVE OF TAX.  The Payment and Overage Payments 
are exclusive of any tax.  Premier Provider shall pay or reimburse Netscape 
for all value-added, sales, use, consumption, property, ad valorem and 
similar taxes, all customs duties, import fees or similar charges, stamp 
duties, license fees and similar costs, and all other mandatory payments to 
any government agencies of whatever kind imposed with respect to products or 
services provided by Netscape under this Agreement or with respect to this 
Agreement except taxes imposed on the net income of Netscape.  If the 
transaction is exempt from tax, Premier Provider shall provide Netscape with 
a valid exemption certificate or other evidence or such exemption in a form 
acceptable to Netscape.  Premier Provider shall, at its own expense, use 
reasonable efforts to recover refundable or recoverable taxes.  Each party 
shall cooperate with the other in minimizing applicable tax.

                 b.    NO WITHHOLDING.  All payments by Premier Provider to 
Netscape pursuant to this Agreement shall be made without any withholding or 
deduction of any withholding tax or other tax or mandatory payment to 
government agencies.  If Premier Provider is legally required to make any 
such withholding or deduction from any payment due to Netscape under this 
Agreement, the sum payable by Premier Provider upon which such withholding or 
deduction is based shall be increased to the extent necessary to ensure that, 
after such withholding or deduction, Netscape receives and retains, free from 
liability for such withholding or deduction, a net amount equal to the amount 
Netscape would have received and retained in the absence of such required 
withholding or deduction.

                 c.    PROVIDE RECEIPTS.  In order to assist Netscape in 
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Netscape, original or certified copies of all tax payment receipts or other 
evidence or payment of taxes by Premier Provider with respect to transactions 
or payments under this Agreement.

                 d.    SURVIVAL OF OBLIGATIONS.  Premier Provider's 
obligations under this Section shall survive any termination of this 
Agreement.

          8.4    CREDIT AGAINST PAYMENT.  Premier Provider shall provide 
Netscape with committed advertising inventory and services valued at [XXXX] 
for Premier Provider's Local Web Sites, such inventory and services to be 
valued based upon a mutually agreed upon rate.  Netscape will provide to 
Premier Provider a total credit of [XXXX] to be applied against the Payment 
otherwise due under this Agreement as described in Section 8.1, as such 
credit is determined by the value of the advertising services Netscape 
receives from Premier Provider based on a mutually agreed upon rate.  Such 
advertising inventory and services shall be mutually agreed upon by the 
parties including placement and available advertising key words or other 
value added targeting services.

     9.   USAGE REPORTS.

          9.1    PROVIDE USAGE REPORTS.  Netscape and Premier Provider will 
each provide the other, via email to the email address set forth below, with 
usage reports ("Usage Reports") containing the information and in the format 
set forth in Exhibit B hereto.  The Usage Reports shall cover each one-month 
time period of the Premier Period, and the parties shall use reasonable 
commercial efforts to deliver the Usage Reports within fifteen (15) days 
following the end of each month.  If, due to technical problems, a party is 
unable to provide any portion of a Usage Report in any given month, the 
following data shall be used for each day for which data is missing:  ninety 
percent (90%) of the usage figures reported for the same day of the week most 
recently reported (e.g. if data for the day seven (7) days prior is 
available, ninety percent (90%) of the usage figures for such day; if not 
available, the data for the day fourteen (14) days prior, and so on).  The 
parties may, by mutual written agreement, alter the content and format of the 
Usage Reports. Once every quarter during the Premier Period, Netscape shall 
engage an independent auditor to audit the Usage Reports submitted to Premier 
Provider hereunder.  During Netscape's normal business hours and upon 
reasonable written notice and at Premier Provider's expense, Premier Provider 
shall have the right to audit Netscape's Usage Reports during the Premier 
Period and for two months after the end of the Premier Period.  If such audit 
shows that Premier Provider has overpaid at the end of the Premier Period, 
such overpayment shall be corrected by Premier Provider's presence on the 
Page being extended after the Premier Period for such time until Premier 
Provider has received the Exposures which are commensurate with the total 
amount, including credits, paid to Netscape hereunder.

          9.2    NO LIABILITY.  NETSCAPE AND PREMIER PROVIDER WILL USE 
REASONABLE COMMERCIAL EFFORTS TO ENSURE THE TIMELY DELIVERY, ACCURACY AND 
COMPLETENESS OF THE USAGE REPORTS, BUT NEITHER PARTY WARRANTS THAT THE USAGE 
REPORTS WILL CONFORM TO ANY PUBLISHED NUMBERS AT ANY GIVEN TIME.  NEITHER 
PARTY SHALL BE HELD LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIMS AS THEY RELATE TO UNAUDITED USAGE 
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     10.  TERMINATION OR EXPIRATION.

          10.1   METHODS OF TERMINATION.

                 a.    TERM AND TERMINATION.  This Agreement shall commence 
as of the date hereof and, unless sooner terminated pursuant to this Section 
10.1, shall terminate as of the end of the Premier Period.

                 b.    TERMINATION ON BREACH.  Either party may terminate 
this Agreement if the other party materially breaches its obligations 
hereunder and such breach remains uncured for fifteen (15) days following 
notice to the breaching party of the breach or as otherwise provided in 
Section 11.

          10.2   EFFECT OF TERMINATION OR EXPIRATION.  Except as specifically 
provided otherwise in this Agreement, upon the expiration or termination of 
the Agreement, all rights and obligations hereunder shall cease, including 
Premier Provider's right to use the Co-Branded Service name as described in 
Section 4 above (other than Premier Provider's payment obligations hereunder 
to the extent accrued on or prior to the termination date or as otherwise 
provided in this Section 10.2), and each party will promptly and at the 
direction of the other party, either return or destroy, and will not take or 
use, any items of any nature that belong to the other party and all items 
containing or related to Confidential Information (as defined in EXHIBIT C) 
of the other party. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if this Agreement expires 
or is terminated for any reason, other than by Premier Provider as a result 
of Netscape's material breach of the terms of this Agreement or by Netscape 
for its convenience pursuant to Section 10.1(c), Premier Provider shall 
remain liable for the value of the payments which are due or, but for such 
expiration or termination, would otherwise become due and payable under the 
terms of this Agreement.  The following provisions shall survive the 
expiration or termination of this Agreement for any reason:  Section 8.3 
(Taxes), Section 9.2 (No Liability), Section 10.2 (Effect of Termination), 
Section 10.3 (No Compensation), Section 12 (Responsibility), Section 13 
(Limitation of Liability), and Section 14 (General).  In addition, to the 
extent that any credit provided by Premier Provider to Netscape pursuant to 
Section 8.4 shall not be applied against advertising services provided by 
Premier Provider to Netscape during the Premier Period, Section 8.4 shall 
survive the expiration or termination of this Agreement until all such 
credits shall be applied against such services.

          10.3   NO COMPENSATION.  Premier Provider shall not be entitled to 
any compensation, damages or payments in respect to goodwill that has been 
established or for any damages on account of prospective profits or 
anticipated sales, and Premier Provider shall not be entitled to 
reimbursement in any amount for any training, advertising, market 
development, investments, leases or other costs that shall have been expended 
by either party before the expiration or termination of this Agreement, 
regardless of the reason for or method of termination of this Agreement.  
Premier Provider hereby waives its rights under applicable laws for any such 
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     11.  RIGHT TO REFUSE.  Netscape will have the right to review the 
contents and format of Premier Provider's Premier Graphic, the Bookmarked 
Local Page and Premier Provider's Advertisement.  If Netscape, in its 
reasonable discretion, at any time determines that Premier Provider's Premier 
Graphic, the Bookmarked Local Page, the portion of the search results page on 
Premier Provider's Local Websites under the control of Premier Provider and 
accessed within one (1) click away from Premier Provider's Premier Graphic, 
or Premier Provider's Advertisement contains any material, or presents any 
material in a manner that Netscape deems inappropriate for any reason, 
Netscape will inform Premier Provider of the reason Netscape has made such 
determination and may (i) refuse to include Premier Provider's Premier 
Graphic in the Local Pages or Premier Provider's Advertisement on Netscape's 
Local Web Sites, and/or (ii) immediately terminate this Agreement if Premier 
Provider has not revised to Netscape's reasonable satisfaction Premier 
Provider's Premier Graphic, the Bookmarked Local Page or Premier Provider's 
Advertisement within seven (7) business days of written notice from Netscape. 
If Netscape, in its reasonable discretion, at any time determines that, 
within one (1) click away from the Premier Provider's Premier Graphic portion 
of Netscape's Local Web Sites, Premier Provider's Local Web Sites contain any 
material, or present any material in a manner, that Netscape deems 
inappropriate for any reason, Netscape may immediately terminate this 
Agreement if Premier Provider has not revised such material or presentation 
within seven (7) business days of written notice from Netscape.  Netscape 
reserves the right to refuse to include Premier Provider's Premier Graphic in 
the Local Pages if such Premier Graphic does not completely conform to the 
specifications set forth in EXHIBIT A, and any Premier Provider's 
Advertisement that does not completely conform to the specifications of the 
applicable advertising program.

     12.  RESPONSIBILITY.  Premier Provider is solely responsible for any 
legal liability arising out of or relating to (i) Premier Provider's Premier 
Graphic, Premier Provider's Bookmark, the Bookmarked Local Page or Premier 
Provider's Advertisement, and/or (ii) any material to which users can link 
within one (1) click away through Premier Provider's Premier Graphic, Premier 
Provider's Bookmark, the Bookmarked Local Page and Premier Provider's 
Advertisement but not including search results.  Premier Provider represents 
and warrants that it holds the necessary rights to permit the use of Premier 
Provider's Premier Graphic, the Premier URLs, the Premier Links, Premier 
Provider's Bookmark, the Bookmarked Local Page and Premier Provider's 
Advertisements by Netscape for the purpose of this Agreement; and that the 
permitted use, reproduction, distribution, or transmission of Premier 
Provider's Premier Graphic, Premier Provider's Bookmark, the Bookmarked Local 
Page, Premier Provider's Advertisements and any material to which users can 
link within one (1) click away through Premier Provider's Premier Graphic, 
Premier Provider's Bookmark, the Bookmarked Local Page or Premier Provider's 
Advertisements will not violate any criminal laws or any rights of any third 
parties, including, but not limited to, infringement or misappropriation of 
any copyright, patent, trademark, trade secret, music, image, or other 
proprietary or property right, false advertising, unfair competition, 
defamation, invasion of privacy or rights of celebrity, violation of any 
antidiscrimination law or regulation, or any other right of any person or 
entity, or otherwise violate any applicable local, state, national or 
international law.  Premier Provider agrees to indemnify Netscape and to hold 
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claims, or causes of action, including reasonable legal fees and expenses 
that may be incurred by Netscape, arising out of or related to Premier 
Provider's breach of any of the foregoing representations and warranties.  In 
connection with such indemnification, Netscape will (i) promptly notify 
Premier Provider in writing of any such claim and grant Premier Provider 
control of the defense and all related settlement negotiations, and (ii) 
cooperate with Premier Provider, at Premier Provider's expense, in defending 
or settling such claim; provided that if any settlement results in any 
ongoing liability to, or prejudices or detrimentally impacts Netscape, and 
such obligation, liability, prejudice or impact can reasonably be expected to 
be material, then such settlement shall require Netscape's written consent.  
In connection with any such claim, Netscape may have its own counsel in 
attendance at all public interactions and substantive negotiations at its own 
cost and expense.

     13.  LIMITATION OF LIABILITY.  IN NO EVENT WILL EITHER PARTY BE LIABLE 
TO THE OTHER FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER 
BASED ON BREACH OF CONTRACT, TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), OR OTHERWISE, AND 
WHETHER OR NOT THAT PARTY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. 
THE LIABILITY OF EITHER PARTY FOR DAMAGES OR ALLEGED DAMAGES HEREUNDER 
(EXCEPT FOR DAMAGES OR ALLEGED DAMAGES ARISING UNDER SECTION 12) WHETHER IN 
CONTRACT OR TORT OR ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY IS LIMITED TO AND SHALL NOT EXCEED 
THE PAYMENT PAID OR PAYABLE BY PREMIER PROVIDER HEREUNDER.

     14.  GENERAL.

          14.1   GOVERNING LAW.  This Agreement shall be subject to and 
governed in all respects by the statutes and laws of the State of California 
without regard to the conflicts of laws principles thereof.  The Superior 
Court of Santa Clara County and/or the United States District Court for the 
Northern District of California shall have exclusive jurisdiction and venue 
over all controversies in connection herewith, and each party hereby consents 
to such exclusive and personal jurisdiction and venue.

          14.2   ENTIRE AGREEMENT.  This Agreement, including the exhibits 
and attachments referenced on the signature page hereto, constitutes the 
entire Agreement and understanding between the parties and integrates all 
prior discussions between them related to its subject matter.  No 
modification of any of the terms of this Agreement shall be valid unless in 
writing and signed by an authorized representative of each party.

          14.3   ASSIGNMENT.  Neither party may assign this Agreement, in 
whole or in part, without the other party's written consent; provided, 
however, that either party may assign this Agreement without such consent in 
connection with any merger, consolidation, sale of all or substantially all 
of such party's assets or any other transaction in which more than fifty 
percent (50%) of such party's voting securities are transferred (such events 
being collectively referred to as a "Change in Control"), provided that:  (i) 
such Change in Control shall not occur with respect to a prospective assignee 
who is in a directly competitive relationship with the other party, and (ii) 
in the case of a Change of Control of Premier Provider, the assignee shall 
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in writing to honor all commitments hereunder.  Premier Provider hereby 
warrants and represents that it is not currently in discussion, and has no 
current plans to enter into discussions, with third parties concerning an 
event which could give rise to a Change of Control of Premier Provider.  A 
breach of the foregoing representation is grounds for termination.  If, after 
a Change of Control of Premier Provider, the number of Exposures received by 
Premier Provider during the subsequent quarter following such assignment 
decreases by fifteen percent (15%) or more compared to the previous quarter, 
Netscape shall have the right to terminate this Agreement.

          14.4   NOTICES.  All notices required or permitted hereunder shall 
be given in writing addressed to the respective parties as set forth below 
and shall either be (i) personally delivered or (ii) transmitted by 
internationally-recognized private express courier, and shall be deemed to 
have been given on the date of receipt if delivered personally, or the day on 
which such notice is delivered to the recipient as evidenced by the delivery 
records of such courier, but in no case later than five (5) days after 
deposit with such courier.  Either party may change its address for purposes 
hereof by written notice to the other in accordance with the provisions of 
this Subsection.  The addresses for the parties are as follows:

     Premier Provider:             Netscape:

     _______________________       Netscape Communications Corporation

     _______________________       501 East Middlefield Road, MV-002

     _______________________       Mountain View, CA  94043

     _______________________       Fax:  (415) 528-4123

     Attn:___________________      Attn:  General Counsel

          14.5   CONFIDENTIALITY.  All disclosures of proprietary and/or 
confidential information in connection with this Agreement, as well as the 
contents of this Agreement shall be governed by the terms of the Mutual 
Confidential Disclosure Agreement either entered into previously by the 
parties or entered into concurrently with this Agreement, a copy of which is 
attached hereto as EXHIBIT C.  The information contained in the Usage Reports 
provided by each party hereunder shall be deemed the Confidential Information 
of the disclosing party.  Notwithstanding the foregoing, Netscape may, in its 
sole discretion, make publicly available client software market share 
information contained in the Usage Reports submitted by Premier Provider, 
provided that Netscape shall not indicate that Premier Provider is the source 
of the information except as having participated in supplying a portion of 
aggregated data.  Netscape shall provide Premier Provider with notice prior 
to using Premier Provider's name in connection with the release of any 
information received by Premier Provider in a Usage Report.

          14.6   FORCE MAJEURE.  Neither party will be responsible for any 
failure to perform its obligations under this Agreement due to causes beyond 
its reasonable control, including but not limited to, acts of God, war, riot, 
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          14.7   WAIVER.  The waiver, express or implied, by either party of 
any breach of this Agreement by the other party will not waive any subsequent 
breach by such party of the same or a different kind.

          14.8   HEADINGS.  The headings to the Sections and Subsections of 
this Agreement are included merely for convenience of reference and shall not 
affect the meaning of the language included therein.

          14.9   INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS.  The parties acknowledge and agree 
that they are dealing with each other hereunder as independent contractors. 
Nothing contained in this Agreement shall be interpreted as constituting 
either party the joint venturer, employee or partner of the other party or as 
conferring upon either party the power of authority to bind the other party 
in any transaction with third parties.

          14.10  SEVERABILITY.  In the event any provision of this Agreement 
is held by a court or other tribunal of competent jurisdiction to be 
unenforceable, such provision shall be reformed only to the extent necessary 
to make it enforceable, and the other provisions of this Agreement will 
remain in full force and effect.

          14.11  COUNTERPARTS.  This Agreement may be executed in two or more 
counterparts, each of which shall be deemed an original, but all of which 
together shall constitute one and the same instrument.  For purposes hereof, 
a facsimile copy of this Agreement, including the signature pages hereto, 
shall be deemed to be an original.

          14.12  YAHOO JAPAN.  Upon Yahoo's request, Netscape and Yahoo! 
Japan KK shall execute a separate agreement upon mutually agreeable terms 
substantially the same as provided for in this Agreement, and execute an 
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This Agreement shall be effective as of the later of the two (2) dates set 
forth below.

Premier Provider:                       Netscape:

YAHOO! INC.                             NETSCAPE COMMUNICATIONS 
                                        CORPORATION

By:  /s/ Jeffrey A. Mallett             By:  /s/ Michael Homer   
   --------------------------------        ----------------------------------

Print Name:  Jeffrey A. Mallett         Print Name:  Michael Homer    
           ------------------------                --------------------------

Title:  SR. VP. Business Operations     Title:  SVP of Marketing 
      -----------------------------           -------------------------------

Date:  6/30/97                          Date:  6/30/97 
     ------------------------------          --------------------------------


Premier Provider Address:               Netscape Address:

3400 Central Expressway, Suite 201      501 East Middlefield Road, MV-002
Santa Clara, CA  95051                  Mountain View, California  94043
                                        USA
Attention:                              Attention:  General Counsel
          -------------------------
Facsimile:  408-731-3510                Facsimile:  415-528-4123 
          --------------------------              ---------------------------

Email:                                  Email:  Roberta@netscape.com  
      ------------------------------          -------------------------------

Attached Exhibits:

     EXHIBIT A:  Specifications of the Local Pages
             
     EXHIBIT B:  Usage Reports
             
     EXHIBIT C:  Mutual Confidential Disclosure Agreement


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                                    EXHIBIT A

                        Specifications of the Local Page

     As of June 1, 1997, Net Search will support Netscape Navigator versions 
2, 3 and 4 (on both the Macintosh and PC ("Wintel") platforms), and Microsoft 
Internet Explorer 3.0 (PC only).  (See Net Search Premier Graphics Test 
Specification, External for complete list).  All other browsers will be 
routed to a simple version of the Local Page which encourages users to 
download a more current version of Netscape's browser.  Netscape will spend 
up to one hour of engineering time per sampler per month to integrate a 
Premier Graphic into the Net Search Local Page if available.  If more 
engineering or QA time than is available becomes necessary to fix bugs 
discovered, or if the necessary changes to fix any bugs include changes to 
the appearance of Premier Provider's Premier Graphic, Premier Provider's 
Premier Graphic will be returned for revision.  The specifications are as 
follows:

- -    Size.  All Premier Provider materials should be exactly 468 by 165 pixels.
     Text and interactive forms included in Premier Provider's Premier Graphic
     should be of a default font size of 12 points  (Be aware, however, that
     text and forms may resize on your audience's browsers as they change their
     default font sizes.)  Keep in mind that the < FONT SIZE= > tag is not
     implemented in early versions of web browsers.

     A Premier Graphic is measured by taking a screen shot on a system
     configured as follows:  A PC running Windows 95, with the settings
     configured for small fonts, and an NEC MultiSync XV17+ (17 inch) monitor. 
     The screen shot will be taken of Netscape Navigator Gold version 3.1, with
     the Proportional Font set at 12pt Times New Roman, and the Fixed Font set
     at 10pt Courier New.  The measurement will be taken in Paintbrush. 
     Netscape will provide "measurement services," if needed, for companies 
     that don't have the specified platform configuration.

- -    HTML Quirks.  We have found a few less-than-obvious quirks which cause 
     some browsers to crash, which we thought would be helpful to pass on:

          1.   < FORM > tags must follow IMMEDIATELY AFTER your sampler's first
               < TABLE > tag.  Any variation of this whatsoever will cause a
               significant number of users to crash.

          2.   Any empty < TD > tags should be separated by a carriage return. 
               HTML should read as follows:

               < TD >

               < /TD >

               as opposed to

               < TD >< /TD >


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          3.   If text appears without any spacing between words (for instance,
               in a sentences as opposed to in a table), any text that falls
               closer than 50 pixels to the edge of Premier Provider's Premier
               Graphic should be tested on a Unix machine.  Often, this text
               will be cut off on that platform.

          4.   Interleaving HTML tags will cause several browsers to crash. 
               Tags should be ordered as follows:

               < H3 >< FONT COLOR="#000055" >Text here< /FONT >< /H3 >

               as opposed to

               < H3 >< FONT COLOR="#000055" >Text here< /H3 >< /FONT >.

- -    Tables.  In order to maintain the robustness of the Local Page, please do
     not include any more than one nested table, for a total of two tables per
     sampler.  Any more than one nested table will cause crashes for a
     significant number of users.  One simple table is ideal, as even one 
     nested table may cause some implementation problems when integrated with 
     the Net Search Local Page.  If you are nesting a table, please test 
     carefully.

- -    Image Maps.  Only a client-side image map is necessary, since browsers
     which don't support client-side maps will not be directed to the main Net
     Search Local Page.

- -    File Sizes.  To keep the user's load time low, we request that Premier
     Provider files in total do not exceed 20K unless cleared by the
     International Search production manager at intlsrchprod@netscape.com.

- -    Animated GIFs.  Due to the large number of users whose browsers do not
     support animated GIFs, and their typically large file size, we are not
     implementing animated GIFs at this time.

- -    JavaScript.  JavaScript tends to cause older browsers to behave
     unpredictably and in many cases crash, and there is delicate technology 
     in place to implement Site Sampler functionality.  As a result, the
     implementation of Java Script in a Premier Graphic is not an option at 
     this time.

- -    Delivery.  Content providers should email files to Netscape at
     intlsrchprod@netscape.com.  If you are providing multiple files, you 
     should place them in a folder labeled with the content provider's name.  
     For the best possible results, deliver a Premier Graphic that is already 
     integrated into a copy of the Net Search Local Page.

- -    Filenames.  It is important that filenames be in the following format: 
     search_providername.fmt (for example, search_premprov.gif,
     search_premprov.htm).  If there are two or more files of a certain format,
     filenames should be in the following format:  search_providername#.fmt 
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     you update your Premier Graphic, continue to increment the number to 
     help avoid caching issues.

- -    Format.  All content providers need to provide HTML files that include the
     layout for their materials.  All HTML should be uppercase.  Please include
     the TARGET=" _top" attribute in all HREF tags.  Height and width tags need
     to be specified for all images.  Graphics files should be in GIF format;
     all other formats should be cleared with the Destinations production
     manager at intlsrchprod@netscape.com.

- -    Graphics.  By limiting the number of individual graphics (server calls) in
     your Premier Graphic, you will improve overall Local Page performance and
     allow the Local Page to load more quickly.  Cropping as close as possible
     to the image, leaving no white space around them, will also allow the 
     Local Page to load more quickly.  To minimize dithering and insure that 
     the users across all platforms see what you expect them to see, we 
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                                    EXHIBIT B

                                  Usage Reports

      Sample report provided by Premier Provider to Netscape each month.

    For the week of:  6/1/97 - 6/7/97

    NETSCAPE BROWSERS                            ALL BROWSERS
    -----------------                            ------------

     NSCP      4.x - 5%                           NSCP Total - 75%

               3.x - 40%

               2.x - 5%

               1.x - 2%

     Total, basic - 52%



     NSCP Gold 3.x - 25%

     Total, Gold - 25%



     NSCP Int'l     4.x - 2%

                    3.x - 18%

                    2.x - 3%

                    1.x - 0%

     Total, Int'l - 23%



     Total All - 100%

     Premier Provider shall also provide Netscape with I/Pro audits, or 
audits from reputable third party Internet auditors, the top 100 search terms 
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       Sample report provided by Netscape to Premier Provider each month.

     For the month of June 1997

                 (1)           (2)           (3)            (4)          (5)
               Rotated       Default     Total first       User        total 
              Exposures     Exposures     Exposures      Selected     Exposures
                                            (1+2)        Exposures      (3+4)

 June 1           1M          200K          1.2M           400K         1.6M
 June 2         1.1M          210K         1.31M           500K        1.81M
 June 3         1.2M          220K         1.42M           600K        2.02M
   ...                                                                      
   ...                                                                      
 June 31        1.8M          280K         2.08M           800K        3.08M
                                                               
    Total                                                                     

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                                   EXHIBIT C

                    Mutual Confidential Disclosure Agreement




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                    MUTUAL CONFIDENTIAL DISCLOSURE AGREEMENT

     WHEREAS, Netscape Communications Corporation ("Netscape") has developed 
unique and proprietary computer programs; and

     WHEREAS, YAHOO! INC. ("Company") and Netscape wish to discuss a proposed 
business relationship between Netscape and Company.

     NOW, THEREFORE:

     Each party (the "Receiving Party") understands that the other party (the 
"Disclosing Party") has disclosed or may disclose information (including, 
without limitation, computer programs, code, algorithms, names and expertise 
of employees and consultants, know-how, formulas, processes, ideas, 
inventions (whether patentable or not), schematics and other technical, 
business, financial and product development plans, forecasts, strategies and 
information) which, to the extent previously, presently, or subsequently 
disclosed to the Receiving Party is hereinafter referred to as "Proprietary 
Information" of the Disclosing Party.  All Proprietary Information disclosed 
in tangible form by the Disclosing Party shall be marked "confidential" or 
"proprietary" and all Proprietary Information disclosed orally or otherwise 
in intangible form by the Disclosing Party shall be designated as 
confidential or proprietary at the time of disclosure and shall be reduced to 
a writing marked "confidential" or "proprietary" and delivered to the 
Receiving Party within thirty (30) days following the date of disclosure.

     In consideration of the parties' discussions and any access the 
Receiving Party may have to Proprietary Information of the Disclosing Party, 
the Receiving Party hereby agrees as follows:

     1.   The Receiving Party agrees (i) to hold the Disclosing Party's 
Proprietary Information in confidence and to take all necessary precautions 
to protect such Proprietary Information, (ii) not to divulge any such 
Proprietary Information or any information derived therefrom to any third 
person, (iii) not to make any use whatsoever at any time of such Proprietary 
Information except to evaluate internally whether to enter into the currently 
contemplated business relationship with the Disclosing Party, (iv) not to 
remove or export any such Proprietary Information from the country of  the 
Disclosing Party, and (v) not to copy or reverse engineer, reverse compile or 
attempt to derive the composition or underlying information of any such 
Proprietary Information.  The Receiving Party shall limit the use of and 
access to the Disclosing Party's Proprietary Information to the Receiving 
Party's employees who need to know such Proprietary Information for the 
purpose of such internal evaluation and shall cause such employees to comply 
with the obligations set forth herein.  The Receiving Party shall treat the 
Proprietary Information with at least the same degree of care and protection 
as it would use with respect to its own proprietary information.  The 
foregoing obligations shall survive for a period of three (3) years from the 
date of disclosure of the Proprietary Information. Without granting any right 
or license, the Disclosing Party agrees that the foregoing shall not apply 
with respect to information that (i) is in the public domain and is available 
at the time of disclosure or which thereafter enters the public domain and is 
available, through no improper action or inaction by the Receiving Party or 
any affiliate, agent or employee of the Receiving Party, or 


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(ii) was in the Receiving Party's possession or known by it prior to receipt 
from the Disclosing Party, or (iii) was rightfully disclosed to the Receiving 
Party by another person without restriction, or (iv) is independently 
developed by the Receiving Party without access to such Proprietary 
Information, or (v) is required to be disclosed pursuant to any statutory or 
regulatory authority, provided the Disclosing Party is given prompt notice of 
such requirement and the scope of such disclosure is limited to the extent 
possible, or (vi) is required to be disclosed by a court order, provided the 
Disclosing Party is given prompt notice of such order and provided the 
opportunity to contest it.

     2.   Immediately upon (i) the decision by either party not to enter into 
a business relationship, or (ii) a request by the Disclosing Party at any 
time, the Receiving Party will turn over to the Disclosing Party all 
Proprietary Information of the Disclosing Party and all documents or media 
containing any such Proprietary Information and any and all copies or 
extracts thereof.  The parties understand that nothing herein (i) requires 
the disclosure of any Proprietary Information, which shall be disclosed, if, 
at all, solely at the option of the Disclosing Party, or (ii) requires either 
party to proceed with any proposed transaction or relationship in connection 
with which Proprietary Information may be disclosed.  

     3.   Except to the extent required by law, neither party shall disclose 
the existence or subject matter of the negotiations or business relationship 
contemplated by this Agreement.

     4.   The Receiving Party acknowledges and agrees that due to the unique 
nature of the Disclosing Party's Proprietary Information, there may be no 
adequate remedy at law for any breach of its obligations.  The Receiving 
Party further acknowledges that any such breach may allow the Receiving Party 
or third parties to unfairly compete with the Disclosing Party resulting in 
irreparable harm to the Disclosing Party and, therefore, that upon any such 
breach or any threat thereof, the Disclosing Party shall be entitled to seek 
appropriate equitable relief in addition to whatever remedies it may have at 
law.  The Receiving Party will notify the Disclosing Party in writing 
immediately upon the occurrence of any such unauthorized release or other 
breach.

     5.   Neither party acquires any intellectual property rights under this 
Agreement or through any disclosure hereunder, except the limited right to 
use such Proprietary Information in accordance with this Agreement.  No 
warranties of any kind are given with respect to the Proprietary Information 
disclosed under this Agreement or any use thereof, except as may be otherwise 
agreed to in writing.

     6.   This Agreement supersedes all prior discussions and writings with 
respect to the subject matter hereof, and constitutes the entire agreement 
between the parties with respect to the subject matter hereof.  No waiver or 
modification of this Agreement will be binding upon either party unless made 
in writing and signed by a duly authorized representative of each party and 
no failure or delay in enforcing any right will be deemed a waiver.  In the 
event that any of the provisions of this Agreement shall be held by a court 
or other tribunal of competent jurisdiction to be unenforceable, the 
remaining portions hereof shall remain in full force and effect.  This 
Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of California without 
regard to conflicts of 


                    [X] CONFIDENTIAL TREATMENT REQUESTED.
            OMITTED PORTIONS FILED SEPARATELY WITH THE COMMISSION.

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laws provisions thereof and each party submits to the jurisdiction and venue 
of any California State or federal courts generally serving the Santa Clara 
County area with respect to the subject matter of this Agreement.

NETSCAPE COMMUNICATIONS               YAHOO! INC.
CORPORATION                           ----------------------------
                                      (Company)

By:  /s/ Jennifer Bailey              By:  /s/ Timothy P. Brady   
   --------------------------            -------------------------

Address:                              Address:

501 East Middlefield Road             3400 Centennial Expressway    
Mountain View, CA  94043              Suite 201 
                                      Santa Clara, CA  95051        

Date:  March 21, 1997                 Date:  3/21/97                
     ------------------------              ------------------------


                    [X] CONFIDENTIAL TREATMENT REQUESTED.
            OMITTED PORTIONS FILED SEPARATELY WITH THE COMMISSION.



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                           TRADEMARK LICENSE AGREEMENT

This Trademark License Agreement ("Agreement") is effective as of the 30TH day
of June, 1997 ("Effective Date") and is entered into by and between Netscape
Communications Corporation ("Netscape"), a Delaware corporation located at
501 East Middlefield Road, Mountain View California 94043, and Yahoo! Inc.
("Yahoo"), a California corporation located at 3400 Central Expressway,
Ste. 201, Santa Clara, California 95051.

                                    RECITALS

A.   Netscape owns the trade names, trademarks, and servicemark NETSCAPE and
     NETSCAPE NET SEARCH, and U.S. federal trademark registrations and
     applications therefor, including U.S. Reg. No. 2,027,552 used in 
     connection with its Internet-related software products, services and 
     technology;

B.   Yahoo produces Web sites and performs other Internet-related services;

C.   Yahoo desires to use the trademark NETSCAPE NET SEARCH ("the Mark") in
     connection with certain Internet-related services as defined herein; and

D.   Netscape is willing to permit such use of the Mark under the terms and
     conditions set forth in this Agreement.

NOW THEREFORE, the parties agree as follows:

                                    AGREEMENT

1.   DEFINITIONS

     1.1   "TERRITORY" means the geographic and language specific Netscape
           websites identified
 in Exhibit A.

     1.2   "SERVICES" means the delivery of web page results generated by
           Yahoo's search engines in response to end user queries initiated 
           from Netscape websites in the Territory which are jointly 
           identified as Yahoo and Netscape search services.

     1.3   "RESULTS PAGES" means the web pages generated by Yahoo's search
           engines in response to end user queries initiated from Netscape
           websites in the Territory.

     1.4   "TITLE" means the phrase "Netscape Net Search by Yahoo!".

2.   GRANT OF LICENSE

     2.1   GRANT OF LICENSE.  Netscape hereby grants to Yahoo a 
non-exclusive, nontransferable, license to use the Mark solely as part of the 
Title used on the Results Pages displayed to end users as part of the 
Services.  Yahoo may only use the Mark as a collective whole and shall not 
separately use any element or elements of the Mark.  Notwithstanding the 


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foregoing, Netscape acknowledges that it shall not seek to prevent Yahoo from 
using the word "Net Search" separate and apart from the Mark.  Yahoo shall 
have the right to sublicense the rights provided under this Agreement to the 
entities listed on Exhibit C attached hereto, provided that any such 
sublicense contains the same terms and protections included in this 
Agreement.  Yahoo may sublicense the rights provided under this Agreement to 
entities not listed in Exhibit C only upon Netscape's prior written consent 
which shall not be unreasonably withheld.

     2.2   RESERVATION OF RIGHTS.  Netscape hereby reserves any and all 
rights not expressly and explicitly granted in this Agreement, including 
Netscape's right to authorize or license use of the Mark or any other 
trademarks or names containing NETSCAPE, to any third party for use in 
connection with any goods and services, including, but not limited to, 
Internet navigation, search, and directory services.  Without limiting the 
rights reserved in the preceding sentence, Netscape hereby reserves any and 
all rights to use, authorize use or license use of the Mark or any other 
trademarks or names containing NETSCAPE in any geographic territory listed in 
EXHIBIT A in a language or language(s) different from the language listed 
next to such geographic territory in EXHIBIT A.  No right is provided herein 
to use any other Netscape trademark, including, without limitation, the 
Netscape Horizon Logo.

3.   LICENSE FEE.  For the rights granted to Yahoo herein, Yahoo shall pay 
Netscape, within thirty (30) days of the Effective Date of this Agreement, a 
one-time non-refundable license fee of Two Million, Seven-hundred Thousand 
Dollars ($2,700,000) at the time of the execution of this Agreement.  The 
license fee due hereunder is exclusive of any applicable taxes.  Yahoo shall 
be responsible for all applicable national, state and local taxes, value 
added or sales taxes, exchange, interest, banking, collection and other 
charges and levies and assessments pertaining to payments other than U.S. 
taxes based on Netscape's net income.  If Yahoo is required by law to make 
any deduction or to withhold from any sum payable to Netscape by Yahoo 
hereunder, (i) Yahoo shall effect such deduction or withholding, remit such 
amounts to the appropriate taxing authorities and promptly furnish Netscape 
with tax receipts evidencing the payments of such amounts, and (ii) the sum 
payable by Yahoo upon which the deduction or withholding is based shall be 
increased to the extent necessary to ensure that, after such deduction or 
withholding, Netscape receives and retains, free from liability for such 
deduction or withholding, a net amount equal to the amount Netscape would 
have received and retained in the absence of such required deduction or 
withholding.

4.   OWNERSHIP OF MARK.

     4.1   NETSCAPE OWNERSHIP.  Yahoo hereby acknowledges that Netscape is 
the owner of the Mark, and any trademark applications and/or registrations 
thereto, agree that it will do nothing inconsistent with such ownership and 
agrees that all use of the Mark by Yahoo shall inure to the benefit of 
Netscape.  Yahoo agrees that nothing in this Agreement shall give Yahoo any 
right, title or interest in the Mark other than the right to use the Mark in 
accordance with this Agreement.  Yahoo agrees not to register or attempt to 
register the Mark as a trademark, service mark, Internet domain name, trade 
name, or any similar trademarks or name, with any domestic or foreign 
governmental or quasi-governmental authority which would be likely to cause 


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confusion with the Mark. The provisions of this paragraph shall survive the 
expiration or termination of this Agreement.

     4.2   OWNERSHIP BY YAHOO.  Netscape acknowledges that Yahoo is the owner 
of Yahoo's trademarks and/or registrations thereto and agrees that it will do 
nothing inconsistent with such ownership.  Yahoo's trademarks include the 
name Yahoo and any derivative Yahoo-based mark and the Yahoo logo.

5.   USE OF THE MARK; PROTECTION OF THE MARK.

     5.1   PROPER USE.  Yahoo agrees that all use of the Mark shall only 
occur in connection with the Services and shall be in strict compliance with 
the terms of this Agreement.  Yahoo may use the Mark as set forth in Section 
2.1  Yahoo shall use the Mark in conformance with Netscape's trademark 
guidelines ("Trademark Guidelines"), set forth in Exhibit B, which Trademark 
Guidelines may be revised by Netscape from time to time.  Yahoo agrees not to 
use any other trademark or service mark in combination with the Mark other 
than as described in Section 2.1.  Except as provided in Section 2.1, Yahoo 
has no right to sublicense, transfer or assign the use of the Mark or use the 
Mark for any other purpose other than the purpose described herein.  The Mark 
shall always be used in the English language; however, the "Net Search" 
portion of the Mark may be translated, upon approval by Netscape, to the 
languages set forth in EXHIBIT A. Yahoo may not use the Mark in connection 
with, or for the benefit of, any third party's products or services.  Yahoo 
further agrees not to use the Mark in connection with n any products or 
services that are deemed by Netscape, in its reasonable judgment, to be 
directly, explicitly or maliciously disparaging of Netscape or its products, 
or products that are themselves unlawful or whose purpose is to encourage 
unlawful activities by others.  Yahoo further agrees not to display 
promotional materials, graphics, or advertisements client or server software 
competitive with Netscape's client and server software products on the Search 
Results pages rendered in connection with the Services, if and where, the 
Mark is used pursuant to Section 2.1.

     5.2   QUALITY STANDARDS.  Yahoo agrees to maintain a consistent level of 
quality of the Services performed in connection with the Mark substantially 
equal to that found in Yahoo's existing Web site services.  Yahoo further 
agrees to maintain a level of quality in connection with its use of the Mark 
that is consistent with general industry standards.

     5.3   MONITORING BY NETSCAPE.  Yahoo acknowledges that Netscape has no 
further obligations under this Agreement other than the right to periodically 
monitor Yahoo's use of the Mark in conjunction with the Services.  Upon 
request by Netscape, Yahoo shall provide Netscape with representative samples 
of each such use prior to the time the Mark are first published on the 
Internet.  If Netscape determines that Yahoo is using the Mark improperly, 
outside the scope of Section 2.1, or in connection with Services which do not 
meet the standards set forth in Section 5.1 or Section 5.2, Netscape shall 
notify Yahoo, and Yahoo shall remedy the improper use within two (2) business 
days following receipt of such notice from Netscape.  Use of the Mark outside 
of the scope of Section 2.1, on goods or services other than the Services or 
the promotion of the Services, or in a manner inconsistent with the Trademark 
Guidelines, shall constitute material breach of this Agreement.  If such 
material breach has not been cured within 


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two (2) business day following receipt of notice form Netscape, this 
Agreement shall be terminated.

     5.4   LEGEND; DISCLAIMER.  Yahoo shall include with any use of the Mark 
with the Services the subscript trademark notice "-Registered Trademark-" 
immediately following Netscape; and 2) shall include with any Legal Notices 
associated with the Services a trademark legend indicating that the Mark is 
owned by Netscape, used under license, and a disclaimer that Yahoo and not 
Netscape has produced the Services and is responsible for the content thereof.

     5.5   SERVICES.  If Netscape reasonably determines that the Services 
contains or presents any material that constitutes an infringement of 
Netscape's trademark, patents, copyrights or trade secrets, Netscape may 
immediately terminate the license grant described in Section 2.1 if Yahoo has 
not revised, removed or delinked to such material to Netscape's reasonable 
satisfaction within seven (7) business days of written notice from Netscape.  
If Netscape reasonably determines that the Services contain or present any 
material that could reasonably constitute a clear and unambiguous 
infringement of a third party's copyright, trademark, patents or trade 
secrets, Netscape and Yahoo shall confer and mutually agree on a proper 
course of action.

6.   CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION AND DISCLOSURE.  Unless required by law, and 
except to assert its rights hereunder or for disclosures to its own employees 
on a "need to know" basis, Yahoo agrees not to disclose the terms of this 
Agreement or matters relating thereto without the prior written consent of 
Netscape, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld.

7.   TERMINATION.

     7.1   TERM AND TERMINATION.  This Agreement and the term of the license 
granted herein shall be perpetual unless terminated as provided in Section 
5.3, Section 5.5 or this Section 7.1.  Netscape shall have the right to 
terminate this Agreement upon the occurrence of one or more of the following: 
 (a) any material breach by Yahoo of its obligations under this Agreement 
which remains uncured for thirty (30) days or more following written notice 
of such breach from Netscape, or (b) use of the Mark by Yahoo in a manner 
which is directly, explicitly or maliciously disparaging of Netscape or its 
products and services and which remains uncured for two (2) days following 
notice from Netscape.

     7.2   EFFECT OF TERMINATION.  Upon termination of the Agreement, Yahoo 
agrees it shall immediately cease any and all use of the Mark.

8.    GENERAL.

           8.1  GOVERNING LAW.  This Agreement shall be subject to and 
governed in all respects by the statutes and laws of the State of California 
without regard to the conflicts of laws principles thereof.  The Superior 
Court of Santa Clara County and/or the United States District Court for the 
Northern District of California shall have exclusive jurisdiction and venue 
over all controversies in connection herewith, and each party hereby consents 
to such exclusive and personal jurisdiction and venue.


                                     -4-

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           8.2  ENTIRE AGREEMENT.  This Agreement, including Exhibit A and 
Exhibit B, constitutes the entire Agreement and understanding between the 
parties and integrates all prior discussions between them related to its 
subject matter.  No modification of any of the terms of this Agreement shall 
be valid unless in writing and signed by an authorized representative of each 
party.

           8.3  ASSIGNMENT.  Neither party may assign this Agreement, in 
whole or in part, without the other party's written consent; provided 
however,, that either party may assign this Agreement without such consent in 
connection with any merger, consolidation, sale of all or substantially all 
of such party's assets or any other transaction in which more than fifty 
percent (50%) of such party's voting securities are transferred (such events 
being collectively referred to as a "Change in Control"), provided that (i) 
such Change in Control shall not occur with respect to a prospective assignee 
who is in a directly competitive relationship with the other party, and (ii) 
in the case of a Change of Control of Yahoo, the entity managing the Service 
subsequent to such Change in Control shall affirmatively agree in writing to 
honor all commitments concerning the Mark.  Yahoo recognizes and acknowledges 
that an assignment of this Agreement to an entity who is in a directly 
competitive relationship with Netscape will cause Netscape irreparable damage 
which cannot be readily remedied in monetary damages in an action at law, and 
Netscape shall be entitled to immediate injunctive relief to prevent such 
irreparable harm in addition to any other remedies available.  Yahoo hereby 
warrants and represents that it is not currently in discussion, and has no 
current plans to enter into discussions, with third parties concerning an 
event which could give rise to a Change of Control of Yahoo.

           8.4  NOTICES.  All notices required or permitted hereunder shall 
be given in writing addressed to the respective parties as set forth below 
and shall either be (a) personally delivered; (b) transmitted by postage 
prepaid certified mail, return receipt requested; or (c) transmitted by 
nationally-recognized private express courier, and shall be deemed to have 
been given on the date of receipt if delivered personally, or two (2) days 
after deposit in mail or express courier.  Either party may change its 
address for purposes hereof by written notice to the other in accordance with 
the provisions of this Subsection.  The addresses for the parties are as 
follows:

      YAHOO:                                NETSCAPE:
      Yahoo! Inc.                           Netscape Communications Corporation
      3400 Central Expressway, Ste. 201     501 East Middlefield Road
      Santa Clara, CA  95051                Mountain View, CA  94043
      Fax:  (408) 731-3510                  Fax:  (415) 528-4123
      Attn:  General Counsel                Attn:  General Counsel

          8.5  FORCE MAJEURE.  Neither party will be responsible for any 
failure to perform its obligations under this Agreement due to causes beyond 
its reasonable control, including but not limited to acts of God, war, riot, 
embargoes, acts of civil or military authorities, fire, floods or accidents.


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          8.6  WAIVER.  Any waiver, either expressed or implied, by either 
party of any default by the other in the observance and performance of any of 
the conditions, covenants of duties set forth herein shall not constitute or 
be construed as a waiver of any subsequent or other default.

          8.7  HEADINGS.  The headings to the Sections and Subsections of 
this Agreement are included merely for convenience of reference and shall not 
affect the meaning of the language included therein.

          8.8  INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS.  The parties acknowledge and agree 
that they are dealing with each other hereunder as independent contractors.  
Nothing contained in the Agreement shall be interpreted as constituting 
either party the joint venture or partner of the other party or as conferring 
upon either party the power of authority to bind the other party in any 
transaction with third parties.

          8.9  SURVIVAL.  The provisions of Section 2.2 (Reservation of 
Rights), 4 (Ownership of Mark), 5.4 (Legend; Disclaimer), 6 (Confidential 
Information and Disclosure), 7.2 (Effect of Termination) and 8 (General) will 
survive any termination of this Agreement.

          8.10 EQUITABLE RELIEF.  Yahoo recognizes and acknowledges that a 
breach by Yahoo of this Agreement will cause Netscape irreparable damage 
which cannot be readily remedied in monetary damages in an action at law, and 
may, in addition thereto, constitute an infringement of the Mark.  In the 
event of any default or breach by Yahoo that could result in irreparable harm 
to Netscape or cause some loss or dilution of Netscape's goodwill, 
reputation, or rights in the Mark, Netscape shall be entitled to immediate 
injunctive relief to prevent such irreparable harm, loss, or dilution in 
addition to any other remedies available.

          8.11 SEVERABILITY.  Except as otherwise set forth in this 
Agreement, the provisions of this Agreement are severable, and if any one or 
more such provisions shall be determined to be invalid, illegal or 
unenforceable, in whole or in part, the validity, legality and enforceability 
of any of the remaining provisions or portions thereof shall not in any way 
be affected thereby and shall nevertheless be binding between the parties 
hereto.  Any such invalid, illegal or unenforceable provision or portion 
thereof shall be changed and interpreted so as to best accomplish the 
objectives of such provision or portion thereof within the limits of 
applicable law.

          8.12 ATTORNEY'S FEES.  In the event of any action, suit, or 
proceeding brought by either party to enforce the terms of this Agreement, 
the prevailing party shall be entitled to receive its costs, expert witness 
fees, and reasonable attorneys fees and expenses, including costs and fees on 
appeal.


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      IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Agreement as of the 
Effective Date.

YAHOO! INC.                           NETSCAPE COMMUNICATIONS
                                      CORPORATION



By:  /s/ Jeffrey A. Mallett           By:  /s/ Michael Homer        
   ---------------------------           -----------------------------

Name:  Jeffrey A. Mallet           Name:  Michael Homer          
     -------------------------          ------------------------------

Title:  SR. VP. Business O         Title:  SVP of Marketing      
      ------------------------           -----------------------------

Date:  6/30/97                     Date:  6/30/97                
     -------------------------          ------------------------------

Exhibit A:  Territory

Exhibit B:  Netscape Trademark Usage Guidelines

Exhibit C:  Yahoo Sublicensees


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                                   EXHIBIT A


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                                             TERRITORY
LANGUAGE & GEOGRAPHIC TERRITORY              URL FOR LOCAL PAGE
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<S>                                          <C>
Brazilian Portuguese - Brazil                http://home.netscape.com/pt/escapes/internet_search.html

Danish- Denmark                              http://home.netscape.com/da/escapes/internet_search.html

Dutch - The Netherlands                      http://home.netscape.com/nl/escapes/internet_search.html

French - France                              http://home.netscape.com/fr/escapes/internet_search.html

German - Germany                             http://home.netscape.com/de/escapes/internet_search.html

Italian - Italy                              http://home.netscape.com/it/escapes/internet_search.html

Japanese - Japan                             http://home.netscape.com/ja/escapes/internet_search.html

Korean - Korea                               http://home.netscape.com/ko/escapes/internet_search.html

Spanish - Spain                              http://home.netscape.com/es/escapes/internet_search.html

Swedish - Sweden                             http://home.netscape.com/se/escapes/internet_search.html

Australian Mirror Site - Australia           http://home.netscape.com/au/escapes/internet_search.html

U.K. Mirror Site - United Kingdom            http://home.netscape.com/uk/escapes/internet_search.html
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                                    EXHIBIT B

                       NETSCAPE COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION

                           TRADEMARK USAGE GUIDELINES

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

You must comply with the following guidelines in order to avoid any breach of 
the terms and conditions under which you have been authorized or licensed to 
use Netscape's logos and trademarks:

- -    All logos and trademarks under which Netscape markets and/or promotes its
     products and services are, and shall remain, the exclusive property of
     Netscape Communications Corporation.

- -    Advertising for Netscape, its products, its services or its programs must
     not be in violation of any United States federal or state laws, municipal
     ordinances or administrative agency regulations, or the laws, rules and
     regulations of any other country.

- -    Advertising for Netscape, its products, its services or its programs must
     not be misleading in price, features or specifications.

Netscape may modify these guidelines from time to time and you will be bound to
comply with the material contained in the updated guidelines, provided Netscape
has provided you with the updated guidelines sufficiently in advance to permit
you to comply with the requirements.

TRADEMARK USAGE GUIDELINES

All Netscape trademarks must be used as adjectives (product or service name) 
modifying nouns (generic term such as software or program).  Trademarks must 
not be used as nouns or verbs.  Trademarks must never appear in plural or 
possessive form.  In addition, the full trademark (as shown in the list 
below) must be used, not an abbreviated version of the name.

     EXAMPLES:

     INCORRECT
     ---------

     -    COMMUNICATOR'S FEATURES INCLUDE OPEN EMAIL, GROUPWARE, EDITING,
          CALENDARING, AND BROWSING.
     -    THE ENTERPRISE SERVER IS DISTRIBUTED BY NETSCAPE COMMUNICATIONS
          CORPORATION.
     -    NETSCAPE NAVIGATORS CAN BE DEPLOYED THROUGHOUT AN ENTERPRISE. 

     CORRECT
     -------

     -    NETSCAPE-Registered Trademark- COMMUNICATOR CLIENT SOFTWARE PROVIDES
          OPEN EMAIL, GROUPWARE, EDITING, CALENDARING, AND BROWSING FUNCTIONS.

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     -    NETSCAPE-Registered Trademark- ENTERPRISE SERVER SOFTWARE IS
          DISTRIBUTED BY NETSCAPE COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION.

     -    NETSCAPE NAVIGATOR-Registered Trademark- SOFTWARE CAN BE DEPLOYED
          THROUGHOUT AN ENTERPRISE.

After the first use of a trademark as an adjective followed by a noun, and if 
needed for ease of writing, you may leave out the generic noun in some of the 
subsequent uses where it is clearly understood to be implied from the 
context, so long as the trademark is not pluralized or made possessive and 
the trademark is followed by the generic noun at least once per page.

You may not use our trademarks, whether design or words marks, in the 
following ways:

     -    In a non-Netscape product name or publication title
     -    In, as, or as part of, your own trademarks
     -    To identify products or services that are not ours
     -    In connection with activities, products, or services outside the 
          scope of your license from Netscape
     -    In a manner likely to cause confusion
     -    In a manner that implies inaccurately that we sponsor or endorse 
          your activities, products, and services
     -    In a manner disparaging of Netscape

All materials must include a trademark attribution statement for Netscape 
products and services.  The attribution statement that we request you use is: 
NETSCAPE AND NETSCAPE NAVIGATOR ARE REGISTERED TRADEMARKS OF NETSCAPE 
COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION IN THE UNITED STATES AND OTHER COUNTRIES.  
NETSCAPE'S LOGOS AND NETSCAPE PRODUCT AND SERVICE NAMES ARE ALSO TRADEMARKS 
OF NETSCAPE COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION, WHICH MAY BE REGISTERED IN OTHER 
COUNTRIES.  As additional trademarks are registered by the US Patent and 
Trademark Office, the specific wording of the attribution statement will 
change.  Please check the trademark information available on our home page 
frequently for updates.

TRADEMARKS

Following is a list of Netscape trademarks.  The list is not exhaustive, and 
Netscape may own other trademarks.  Please check the trademark information 
available on our home page frequently for updates to this list.  Collabra, 
Collabra Share, Netscape, and Netscape Navigator are registered trademarks of 
Netscape in the United States.  The following list of our trademarks shows 
the proper placement of the -Registered Trademark- in our trademarks.


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<S>                                          <C>
Collabra-Registered Trademark-               Netscape-Registered Trademark- FastTrack Server
Collabra Share-Registered Trademark-         Netscape Insight
CoolTalk                                     Netscape-Registered Trademark- Internet Applications
In-Box Direct                                Netscape-Registered Trademark- Internet Foundation Classes
Live 3D                                      Netscape Internet Learning Academy
LiveCall                                     Netscape-Registered Trademark- Istore
LiveConnect                                  Netscape-Registered Trademark- LiveMedia
Live Objects                                 Netscape-Registered Trademark- LivePayment


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LiveType                                     Netscape-Registered Trademark- Mail Server
LiveWire                                     Netscape-Registered Trademark- Mail
LiveWire Pro                                 Netscape-Registered Trademark- Media Converter
Mozilla                                      Netscape-Registered Trademark- Media Player
Netscape-Registered Trademark-               Netscape-Registered Trademark- Media Server
Netscape-Registered Trademark-
 Administration Kit                          Netscape-Registered Trademark- Merchant System
Netscape AffiliatePlus                       Netscape-Registered Trademark- Messaging Server
Netscape Alliance                            Netscape-Registered Trademark- Messenger
Netscape-Registered Trademark- AppFoundry    Netscape-Registered Trademark- Migration Toolkit
Netscape-Registered Trademark- AutoAdmin     Netscape Navigator-Registered Trademark-
Netscape-Registered Trademark- Calendar      Netscape Navigator-Registered Trademark- with FORTEZZA
Netscape-Registered Trademark-
 Calendar Server                             Netscape Navigator-Registered Trademark- Gold
Netscape-Registered Trademark-
 Cash Register                               Netscape Navigator-Registered Trademark- News
Netscape-Registered Trademark-
 Catalog Server                              Netscape Navigator-Registered Trademark- Personal Edition
Netscape-Registered Trademark-
 Certificate Server                          Netscape-Registered Trademark- News Server
Netscape Charters Program                    Netscape-Registered Trademark- ONE
Netscape-Registered Trademark- Chat          Netscape-Registered Trademark- Payment Kit
Netscape-Registered Trademark-
 Collabra-Registered Trademark-              Netscape-Registered Trademark- Power Pack
Netscape-Registered Trademark-
 Collabra-Registered Trademark- Server       Netscape-Registered Trademark- Proxy Server
Netscape-Registered Trademark-
 Commerce Server                             Netscape-Registered Trademark- Proxy Server with FORTEZZA
Netscape-Registered Trademark-
 Commercial Applications                     Netscape-Registered Trademark- Publishing System
Netscape-Registered Trademark-
 Communications Server                       Netscape Site Sampler
Netscape-Registered Trademark-
 Communicator                                Netscape-Registered Trademark- SuiteTools
Netscape-Registered Trademark-
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