Can Yahoo's Bold Reorganization Really Work?
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Internet darling Yahoo! has been under plenty of heat lately. The rise of other advertising juggernauts like Google and Facebook have placed increasing pressure on the Internet portal; as well, activist investors have been clamoring for radical change for some time now with limited success. This all boils down to some kind of bold change needed to right the ship. With pressure coming from all angles, can newly minted CEO Scott Thompson's bold reorganization plan restore Yahoo! to its former glory? Watch to find out.
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