In her 22 month stint as Yahoo CEO, numerous high-level executives have left Bartz behind, sometimes for greener pastures.
Say what you like about Carol Bartz's one-and-a-half-year tenure at Yahoo -- good, bad, or just ho-hum -- but there's no denying that high-level executives keep leaving as the CEO streamlines the troubled tech company and attempts to transform it into a viable competitor against the likes of Google and Facebook.
Last week, Bartz confirmed in an internal memo to employees the latest wave of departures, including U.S. head Hilary Schneider. "Yes, they're leaving, but each for different reasons that suit their life," she wrote. While more than 15 top-ranking execs have left over the past year and a half, we tallied the most significant. More
By Michal Lev-Ram
The Microhoo deal is still far from over, but you can bet every one of Yahoo's 14,300 employees are wondering what the $44.6 billion bid from Microsoft means for them.
The fate of Yahoo's top executives -- co-founders Jerry Yang and David Filo and president Susan Decker -- remains unclear. Will Microsoft clean house or try to retain some of Yahoo's (YHOO) higher-ups? More importantly, will top MOREMichal Lev-Ram, writer - Feb 8, 2008 2:31 PM ET
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