Susan Decker also promoted to President. Read Jerry’s thoughts here on the Yahoo! blog Official Releases I can’t say I’m totally shocked by this based on recent events. No need to rehash those – you can read those on the other blogs and outlets. Although it was clearly emotional and difficult for all, it was […]
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It would be truly amazing if (http://news.com.com/2100-1028_3-6189093.html – dead link) Lazslo Bock of Google would actually spend his time hiring highly qualified candidates with innovative minds that are already US Citizens instead of pandering to Congress. Maybe he should focus more on his operations and his employee referrals rather than trying to extort a cheaper […]
I missed this post last week on the Internet Marketing Monitor. It says: “Maybe an infusion of new thinking, new experiences, and fresh perspectives would be good for Yahoo.” Then later: “Maybe employees who weren’t yet ingrained with Yahoo’s past ways of doing things would be able to breathe new, renewed life into the one-time […]
During my time in the New York City area, few things outside the financial services industry affected me more than the restaurants. Of those, few bring back fonder memories than my time in NYC than the Union Square Cafe and the restaurants that followed. These include the Grammercy Tavern, Eleven Madison Park, Blue Smoke & […]
The main parts of the Microsoft Strategic Account Summit are today and Wednesday, here is the schedule. My initial thoughts: 1) I wish it were broadcast online, even the Chris Cornell concert, this is a lost opportunity for exposure to those who can’t be at the summit and build positive PR. 2) We’re going to […]
Apparently Google has considerable trouble in regards to the letter D. First the Dmarc founders left Google. Now http://www.dodgeball.com/ (dead link 11/2010) founders, Dens Crowley and Alex Rainert (please drop me a note if you read this guys), not only have left Google but they posed for a thumbs down photo that they have posted […]
The Wall Street Journal reported today that “Christopher Payne, who most recently served as vice president of Microsoft’s Windows Live Search group(formerly MSN), is leaving the software company, according to people familiar with the situation. It then goes on to say, “A person familiar with the situation says that Mr. Payne is leaving to start […]
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