CarolBartz had failed to turn the company around by the time she was fired over the phone and famously referred to the Yahoo board as “doofuses” who had “f***ed her over. Bartz was still steering the ship when Yahoo entered into an agreement with...
CarolBartz, who was fired by Yahoo over the phone last week, resigned from Yahoo’s board of directors Friday. In what may be the end of this saga, barring another controversial interview filled with disparaging comments about the board’s directors...
Bringing CarolBartz on board as Yahoo's CEO in 2009 was meant to be part of a major turnaround for the company, but Yahoo's market share continues to flounder. Criticisms levied against Bartz include some choices in management, the lower-than...
CarolBartz's Leaked E-mail RE: Yahoo Layoffs by Danny Goodwin Following up on our previous story about the latest round of Yahoo layoffs, a copy of an internal e-mail memo from CEO CarolBartz about the staff reductions has been leaked.
Speaking at Web 2.0 Summit, Yahoo CEO CarolBartz said after two years she gets it. After 2 Years Yahoo CEO Bartz Thinks She Gets It by Frank Watson Shaky Yahoo Could Undermine Bing Search Efforts by Frank Watson
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One day after Yahoo reported its Q3 earnings and Yahoo's board unofficially committed to stick with Yahoo CEO CarolBartz for the remainder of her contract, Bartz was interviewed by Fox Business. Yahoo's Bartz: 'I'm here to stay.
Lately, you need a chart to keep track of the talent Yahoo has lost under CarolBartz's watch. It seems even Bartz realizes she isn't the perfect person for the job at Yahoo, as she said as much during an interview with the USA Today.
After all, Seth claims Yahoo is still a search company, but last year CarolBartz proclaimed, "we have never been a search company. However, Bartz et al.have always pointedly remarked Yahoo is not a search engine.
Explaining the revenue softness, CEO CarolBartz said during the company's conference call the online ad market had not slowed down but Yahoo had specifically suffered from a shortfall in the second week of June during which advertisers turned...
Yahoo CEO CarolBartz herself stated at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference in New York, that the company's bet was to focus on relevance through a unique user experience personalization around its search and other services.
In 2009 a new CEO, CarolBartz took over and a search deal with Microsoft was struck. being the leader in search to former CEO Jerry Yang passing up a Microsoft acquisition offer to an attempted takeover by Carl Icahn.
Chief Executive Officer CarolBartz.was indeed transformative. At the beginning of the year, Bartz joined the company as CEO. Our business has positive momentum and we feel good as we head into 2010," said Bartz.
In an interview with Bloomberg, CarolBartz graded her first year as Yahoo! But there is still recovery to be made.presents Bartz with plenty of challenges, including beginning to execute the Microsoftdeal - and continuing to building on Yahoo!
Eventually, CarolBartz was named as replacement. Now, there's a pending search deal with Microsoft, and Yahoo! Investor Carl Icahn, who stirred up investors during the Microsoft acquisition attempt, quit Yahoo!
There has been much made of Yahoo CEO CarolBartz's sale of company stock over the past 9 months, but if you look at it pragmatically she has only sold a very small portion of her Yahoo stock. Bartz was brought in to help improve the bottom line.
This deal is about scale," Yahoo CEO CarolBartz said on a joint Yahoo-Microsoft conference call this morning. Bartz suggested the increased volume will create a better marketplace for advertisers, as well as better deals for publisher partners.
Chief Executive Officer CarolBartz. experiences and will enjoy increased innovation thanks to the scale and resources this deal provides," continued Bartz. Microsoft and Yahoo! have finally struck a search deal.
s new CEO CarolBartz has been touting the strengths of Yahoo! I want to trust Bartz's judgement on the matter based on what she did for Autodesk, but I kind of wish she powered up some of that fiery tenacity to stay in the search game.
But new CEO CarolBartz wants you to think of Yahoo! Read a Q&A with CarolBartz on the Yahoo! CEO CarolBartz kept repeating at her D7 appearance this week. Watch highlights from Kara Swisher's interview with CarolBartz here.
Then there's a brand spankin' new CEO in former Autodesk Chairman CarolBartz. So when Ballmer recently said that any deal with Yahoo! Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer just can't get away from questions about going after Yahoo - again.