Yahoo!: Ross Levinsohn has left the company

The announcement of the arrival of Marissa Mayer at the helm of Yahoo was widely publicized in mid-July, instilling new hope of seeing the group find the bases of growth after several quarters of stagnation and a waltz of ECO not allow the company to reorganize around a project.

After the rapid departure of Scott Thompson, who left four months after his arrival on suspicion of fraud on his CV, it's Ross Levinsohn, a member of the Board, who had taken the post of interim CEO.

This transition could very well turn into tenure, especially since Levinsohn, from the media industry, could breathe new leadership group. Choosing rather Marissa Mayer, Google's first female engineer, the board of Yahoo! assumes a different orientation for the future, more Web-oriented products, in which was illustrated at Google Marissa Mayer.

Ross Levinsohn therefore chooses not to leave the group without a comfortable financial compensation estimated at about 12 million dollars. His departure was more or less anticipated by the markets, the news did not significantly change the group's share price.

It would also tend to confirm a Yahoo! orientation towards optimizing its services rather than a commitment on the media drive that could have been Ross Levinsohn.

Yahoo!: Ross Levinsohn has left the company


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