Rumor: Yahoo Is About To Fire Its Smartest Innovators (YHOO)

Rumor: Yahoo Is About To Fire Its Smartest Innovators (YHOO)

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Sarah Lacy at PandoDaily is reporting Yahoo is about to fire members of its Yahoo Research arm, which is built with the goal of "Inventing the Future of the Internet." The company is firing at least the New York team of researchers, and possibly he entire division, at the end of...
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