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Yahoo battles brain drain

Yahoo battles brain drain
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First Published: Mon, Dec 05 2011. 10 23 PM IST

Facing challenges: A 2010 photo of Yahoo acting CEO, Tim Morse, who is meeting more frequently with top managers than his predecessor did. By Bloomberg
Facing challenges: A 2010 photo of Yahoo acting CEO, Tim Morse, who is meeting more frequently with top managers than his predecessor did. By Bloomberg
Updated: Mon, Dec 05 2011. 10 23 PM IST
Facing challenges: A 2010 photo of Yahoo acting CEO, Tim Morse, who is meeting more frequently with top managers than his predecessor did. By Bloomberg
To the catalogue of problems facing Yahoo Inc., add employees such as Greg Cohn.
Cohn joined Yahoo six years ago as a business strategist, working his way up to become a senior director in charge of generating revenue for new initiatives. He says he is a believer in the one-time Internet pioneer, and that he considers its current management the strongest of any since he arrived.
Even so, Cohn left Yahoo in October to start a technology company of his own.
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First Published: Mon, Dec 05 2011. 10 23 PM IST
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