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The Bartz Era at Yahoo Comes to a Sudden Close

by Allen Weiner  |  September 6, 2011

Some 75 days after giving CEO Carol Bartz a vote of confidence, Yahoo’s board has announced a leadership reorganization under which Timothy Morse has been named interim Chief Executive Officer,...

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Yahoo’s New Homepage: Show Me the Wow

by Allen Weiner  |  July 22, 2009

During Yahoo’s second quarter earnings call, CEO Carol Bartz talked of her company’s many current and planned projects aimed at providing operational stability, the tools to hit the ground running...

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Yahoo! Closes Geocities

by Allen Weiner  |  April 23, 2009

As part of its audit process, evaluating its vast array of products and services, Yahoo! has decided to shutter Geocities the hosted community business which it bought in May 1998...

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Note to Yahoo! Newspaper Consortium: Think Social, Think Content

by Allen Weiner  |  March 9, 2009

Memo to Carol Bartz: It's a nice achievement that Yahoo! now has 793 newspapers in its consortium, 120 of whom are using its APT advertising platform, but this effort is...

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Yahoo’s Bartz: Reorg Will Allow Us to “Kick Ass” Again

by Allen Weiner  |  February 26, 2009

As Yahoo enters the command and control part of its evolution, new CEO Carol Bartz sums up on the company’s blog the reason for a new, more centralized corporate structure:...

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Yahoo’s Bartz: I Am Not Here to Sell the Company

by Allen Weiner  |  January 27, 2009

Yahoo’s Q4 and 2008 full-year earnings call yielded few surprises in the wake of the economic downtown: Revenue is down, expenses are being controlled and the company will continue to...

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Carol Bartz To be Named New Yahoo! CEO

by Allen Weiner  |  January 13, 2009

Less than one week after making a significant announcement at CES related to its new connected TV platform, Yahoo! appears to be about to follow up with a another blockbuster,...

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