Yahoo’s CEO Yang steps down.
Hitting the reset button
"I think it's the right move for the company," said Eric Jackson, an activist Yahoo shareholder who has pressured the company for big changes. However, he added, "It's really too little too late. This is a board failure more than it is Jerry's failure. These problems have been around at Yahoo for well over two years now."
Who will benefit most from Yahoo’s failure? Microsoft or Google? If Google gains the most market share though, watch for the DOJ to become more focused on Google as a monopoly.
At some point someone is going to move into Yahoo’s Purple data center in Eastern Washington. I wonder if the new tenants will want the building painted.