No CEO News Emerges From Yahoo Shareholder Meeting

No CEO News Emerges From Yahoo Shareholder Meeting

searchengineland.com
You can’t blame Yahoo’s board for being a little bit gun shy. After all, eight out of 11 directors are new this year — three of them were appointed in the wake of the highly-public resume scandal that ousted CEO Scott Thompson. With the Thompson debacle, the departure of... Please...
No CEO News Emerges From Yahoo Shareholder Meeting
                     

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