Yahoo China’s President Xie Wen Resigns After Six Weeks

PC Advisor reports that Xie Wen, president of Yahoo China, has resigned after only six weeks on the job. Zeng Ming, senior vice-president of Alibaba, will replace Xie, who is resigning for “personal reasons.” Xie will stay on as a consultant for Yahoo for an undisclosed time period. This follows on Google China’s president apparently announcing he would be resigning earlier this month, though I can’t find a more detailed story about that.

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