It looks as if Yahoo's new CEO Carol Bartz is set to announce a major overhaul of Yahoo's top managment as early as Wednesday of next week.The overhaul is looking to
turn around the troubled Internet company, and to roll back reorganizational changes made by former CEO Jerry Yang and President Sue Decker.The changes may include a revamped "C-level" management team with a chief operating officer, chief technical officer and a new, more powerful chief marketing officer.
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  1. EddieGarcia February 23, 2009 at 10:43 PM  

    Hey Steven,

    Thanks for the update on Yahoo. I suppose I don't stay up on things like I should. I only use Yahoo for a couple of groups I belong to and that's it. I never really had much use for them otherwise. I guess it could be to my disadvantage or to my advantage, depending upon how one looks at it. Hope they get things figured out for the best.

  2. Fixed Gear Bikes February 24, 2009 at 6:15 PM  

    They really needed this - they're been losing the battle for a while. Time to shake things up.

  3. steven wilson February 24, 2009 at 6:59 PM  

    Yahoo has needed a shake up for quite sometime.I will be looking at it to see if it helps or not.

  4. Master Dayton February 25, 2009 at 10:19 PM  

    The Yahoo! shake down is so ridiculously late. After the last few months, that initial Microsoft offer looks pretty darn good, doesn't it?

  5. Lucrative Investing February 26, 2009 at 1:09 AM  

    All I can say is thank god. Ever since the former CEO messed up with the deal with Microsoft I have been wondering when the board would get their act together. Hopefully now with the new CEO Yahoo can get into the game and start to make a challenge towards the competition.

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  9. Rick @ Hosted PBX System March 19, 2009 at 4:55 PM  

    Google may have the limelight regarding the paid search market, but I believe Yahoo still has the highest number of free email subscribers. They definitely need to leverage this asset by engaging this large base of customers. I know Yahoo has introduced RSS features and a function-rich address book. Isn't there a dictum in business about rather than chasing after Number 1, go after the audience Number 1 has failed to reach.

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