From the failed Microsoft sale negotiations, to a subsequent bungled and disappointing search deal with Microsoft, through a series of misguided CEO selections, and most recently the Alipay debacle, this Board’s failures have destroyed value for all Yahoo stakeholders…Against this background, it is evident that merely replacing the Company’s CEO – yet again – will not be enough to alter the direction of the Company... We insist that Mr. Bostock, who championed Ms. Bartz’s hiring and led the charge against the Microsoft deal, promptly resign from the Board. We also demand that fellow Directors Arthur Kern and Vyomesh Joshi, who have stood by silently during these last five years of woeful performance, join Mr. Bostock in resignation. Finally, we can only assume that Director Susan James, the President of Tri-Valley Animal Rescue, will also resign, given her close relationship with Ms. Bartz. If she does not do so voluntarily, the Board should request her resignation as well.
I find it a bit sad to see what once was the place to go on the internet for everything slowly crumble. It sounds like it has been mismanaged time and time again. I guess we all know they should have taken the Microsoft deal at this point but hindsight is 20/20.
AOL/Yahoo - Bad mix. No need for Yahoo to slum with AOL, and their CEO wants to run both companies...into the ground? Both are already there, why should anyone give you the wheel?
At least I have a plan for Yahoo and have a team that's ready to rock and roll and make that company better than it has been in recent memory.
Nobody else can say that, and nobody else can step in at the price I am willing to come to work for and actually get something done. Fixing Yahoo is not about a Million dollar signing bonus or a Million dollar salary. It's about a company that's lost faith in the leadership. It's about families that are not sure if they're going to have a paycheck, it's about a piece of internet history being mismanaged which deserves better.
Read more and get Loeb and his friends to invest backing ME as the next CEO of Yahoo. I can do this and am more than ready to go:
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