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  1. Did Yahoo President Sue Decker See New CEO As Snub?

    Despite the suggestion by ValleyWag, that incoming Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz's first job would be to fire President Sue Decker, seems Decker beat her to the punch by announcing her resignation. Decker has overseen many of the few innovations and major...

  2. Report: Carol Bartz Accepted Yahoo Offer to Become CEO

    She currently serves on the boards of Cisco (with Jerry Yang) and Intel (with Sue Decker). The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Carol Bartz has accepted Yahoo's offer to become their next CEO. She formerly was CEO of Autodesk and was an...

  3. Is Yahoo on the Verge of Naming Yang's Replacement?

    President Susan Decker. CEO Jerry Yang and on the Intel board with current Yahoo! CEO could be named as early as next week. Bartz previously was CEO of Autodesk from 1992 to 2006. Last November, Jerry Yang announced that he would be stepping down...

  4. Yahoo Google Deal: Yahoo Adds AdWords Search Deal

    Yahoo President Susan Decker called the pact "a bridge" that will help the company create a unified display and search business. President Sue Decker. CEO and co-founder Jerry Yang said, "We believe that the convergence of search and display is the...

  5. Yahoo Names New CFO

    Jorgensen will replace Susan Decker, who has moved into a new role as head of the advertiser and publisher group. The previous CFO, Sue Decker, has been named head of advertising and publishing. Decker assumed her new role as part of the company's...

  6. Yahoo Steps Up Click Fraud Efforts

    Davis is based in Burbank, Calif.and will operate within the marketing products division of Yahoo's recently-formed Advertiser & Publisher Group, led by Susan Decker. While it's heartening to see an increase in transparency from both Google and...

  7. Yahoo Releases Q4 and Full Year 2005 Earnings

    Microsoft Corp.s MSN search unit is decreasing its reliance on Yahoo's search-advertising services this year, which will reduce Yahoo's revenue by about $25 million to $50 million in the first half of 2006, said Chief Financial Officer Susan Decker.