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some of the articles biggest shareholders are running out of patience Reuters had learned that these investors are pressing the company to sell off core internet access now at the risk of getting hit with a higher tax bill rather than wait and watch the value of Yahoo internet properties decline even more Reuters editor Steve Troutdale well investors haven't Pacific we felt the , the latest revival plan just unveiled in December when Yahoo announced it would offloaded new site Yahoo sport and popular email service into a new company all in attacked beneficial move for shareholders rather than a long talk about spin off of it taken lucrative Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba but nervous investors fear time is not on their side and to be Iraq may not be either them are concerned opal stamp may challenge your clothes tax free status which could lead shareholders with a big tax bill anyway without a leg up in shareholder discontent CEO Marissa Mayer continuing to feel the pressure what some criticized and ineffective acquisition strategy that done nothing to stem the company's continued decline so what think you're nothing less from a future one unspoken right most iconic companies and one of the highest profile you know where some minor , depending on whom by , her career comes to an end , one critical investor starboard estimate the main operation could be worth about five billion dollars to a strategic buyer with a projected tax bill around a billion dollars but Yahoo stock has fallen thirty six percent over the last year making investors nervous about the rest of the for the big decline and how much anybody will be willing to pay