Deciphering Yahoo DMARC reports

Is anybody well-versed at parsing Yahoo DMARC reports? I am working on an email deliverability project for my company and puzzled at some regular traffic that appears on Using Meeting invite forwarding and DMARC – IT Review as a reference, the reports I have don’t look quite the same. The author explains a Yahoo report in a forwarding scenario, where a user at Company A is sending a meeting invitation to a user at Company B, who then forwards it to another user at Company C. In the example, Company B appears in the report under


but in my reports, bell .ca appears only under Message-ID. Original-Mail-From is us, and there is no Sender field:

Feedback-Type: other
User-Agent: Yahoo!-Mail-Feedback/1.0
Version: 1.0
Original-Mail-From: user@ca.CompanyA .com
Arrival-Date: Wed, 10 Feb 2021 19:50:19 +0000
Reported-Domain: ca.CompanyA .com
Policy-Action: NONE
Reported-URI: blahblahblah .com

MIME Part = 1.3
content-type: text/rfc822-headers
content-disposition: inline
content-transfer-encoding: 7bit

Received-SPF: fail (domain of ca.CompanyA .com does not designate as permitted sender)

Authentication-Results: .com;
dkim=perm_fail header.i=@ca.CompanyA .com header.s=selector1;
spf=fail smtp.mailfrom=ca.CompanyA .com;
dmarc=fail(p=NONE) header.from=ca.CompanyA .com;
From: user1@ca.CompanyA .com

DKIM-Signature: v=1; a=rsa-sha256; c=relaxed/relaxed; d=ca.CompanyA .com;

Date: Wed, 10 Feb 2021 19:50:13 +0000
Message-ID: <20210210195018.ENMD4357.tor12vmxfep01.isp.intranet.bell .ca@tor12vicmrk03>
Subject: Re: Quotation - remainder of subject line

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Company A is us.
Company B is bell .ca.
Company C is Yahoo.

I am trying to decide if this is just another variation of email auto-forwarding or if something else is occurring.

BTW, I don’t completely agree with the link author’s conclusions. If Company B is manually forwarding the meeting invitation, that should add a new Mail From, Header From, and DKIM signature, and deliver according to that data (hopefully successfully). In my experience, auto-forwarding results are all over the place, but it’s common to add a new Mail From and DKIM key. In this situation, with Company A still in the Header From field, DMARC will never pass.