Almost a year after Yahoo appointed Fred Amoroso as chairman, the portal announced on Thursday that he has resigned the position and will step down from the board after his current term ends on June 25.
The Yahoo CEO job was never going to be easy. And as the initial excitement over the hiring of longtime Google executive Marissa Mayer wanes, the challenges facing the company haven't.
Rich Riley recently stepped up to the post of Yahoo’s evp of Americas amid a larger company reorganization that placed the region’s media and advertising business under one umbrella.
Score one for Team Media at Yahoo, which finally seems to have won the ad world's blessing with the interim appointment of Ross Levinsohn as CEO.
Headlining Scott Thompson's legacy at Yahoo will probably be the swirl of events that led to his departure after only four months as CEO (though his resume may say otherwise).
For most people, a resume helps land them a job. For Scott Thompson, it's what seems to have cost him his as CEO of Yahoo. The Sunnyvale, Calif.-based company said on Sunday that Thompson has stepped down and named Ross Levinsohn his interim replacement.
Yahoo's CEO résumé circus keeps getting more ridiculous. But the real joke is the company's beleaguered board of directors, say analysts.
An embattled CEO like Yahoo’s Scott Thompson or AOL’s Tim Armstrong isn’t likely to welcome a proxy fight. But maybe they should. B.
To his credit, Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson didn’t begin yesterday’s first-quarter earnings call with a taunt.