By Denis Pombriant on February 27, 2013
There is an interesting article in the New York Times this morning that I hope lots of people read — that means you Mr. Benioff. It’s a tale of a shoemaker’s kids going barefoot. It seems that Yahoo, trying to breathe life back into a sclerotic organization, has cancelled its work from home policy and [...]
By Phil Wainewright on December 17, 2012
Although the company is assured a place in Web history, Yahoo over the years has always seemed to have the role of reflecting conventional wisdom about the Web rather than changing people’s perceptions of what’s possible. No wonder Om Malik believes its glory days are over. Yahoo’s first iteration, back in 1994, was as a [...]
By Phil Wainewright on July 22, 2012
Did Yahoo! press the undelete key on its own destiny with the unexpected recruitment of Google product linchpin Marissa Mayer to become its new CEO?
By Bob Warfield on July 17, 2012
I know this will come as a shock to many Microsofties who will hate seeing their company compared to Yahoo, but I firmly believe that Steve Ballmer and Marissa Mayer face exactly the same problems at their respective companies. The only differences are matters of scale and position on the lifecycle to extinction. Both are [...]