SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Yahoo is facing more pressure from two shareholders that want the company to pursue other alternatives besides a complex spinoff of its Internet operations.

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Yahoo is facing more pressure from two shareholders that want the company to pursue other alternatives besides a complex spinoff of its Internet operations.

The demands from SpringOwl Asset Management and Canyon Capital Advisors reflect shareholders' frustration with Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's inability to revive the company's revenue growth after three-and-half years on the job.

Mayer hoped to placate investors with last week's announcement of a revised spinoff, but the company's stock has slid by 6 percent since then.

SpringOwl has sent a 99-page presentation to Yahoo's board that calls for the company to lay off 9,000 of its 10,700 workers to help save $2 billion annually.

Canyon Capital wants Yahoo to sell its Internet business instead of spinning it off.

Yahoo Inc. didn't immediately respond to requests for comment.