They can have my yahoo account if they want it. The service has done nothing except get worse since I started using it 15 years ago, and they’ve made some money off me, so I’m up for changing email servers.
The problem is, who? No way am I using gmail, too much of an aversion to the big Goober as well. (Sigh)
Also enable, where possible, multifactor authentication. Most sites use RFC 6238 time-based one-time passwords (TOTPs). There are many, many implementations for Android, iOS, and even HTML5 (uses the Web Storage API to store the keys in your browser). Even if your password is compromised, it won’t be useful unless the TOTP is also known.