By SAN FRANCISCO
Yahoo Chairman Roy Bostock and three longtime board members are stepping down, fulfilling the wishes of many frustrated shareholders who believe the directors have been part of the problem that has dragged down the Internet company's revenue and stock price.
The shake-up announced Tuesday continues a drastic makeover of Yahoo's leadership during the past month.
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I do like their email service at least.yahoo needs a lot of help.
if new blood can shake up the internet searches and Yahoo can get more traffic here, then that's a step in the right direction.
Yahoo has been up and down over the years and is certainly down right now. I have drifted away from Yahoo, but keep them for my email as AT&T is my ISP and they merge the att.net mail with Yahoo. I have one group on Yahoo that is about 10 years old and going strong. Outside of those two things, I have little interaction with Yahoo.
I have both strong positive and strong negative opinions about Yahoo. This really will be interesting as to which will win, "good" or "evil".
by Trisha Roberts3 years ago
If anyone has written anything on Yahoo Contributor, I would recommend checking out the details. Since non of my articles are "paid to hire" After July 31st I will be able to bring them to Hubpages. Just...
by fishskinfreak20087 years ago
The economy was expected to grow 3.5, but actually grew ONLY 2.8% and could easily slip back into the red again with all the job losses that are still occurring
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