Another Yahoo Executive Departure
By: Andy Beal
It looks like Yahoo's not quite finished with the changes, which began with the departure of Semel and appointment of Yang and Decker.
Wenda Millard, chief sales officer in the U.S., has left Yahoo to become president of media for Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc. in New York. While this might normally have been seen as a loss for Yahoo, the company is using Millard's departure as an opportunity to restructure, merging their search and display advertising departments and appointing David Karnstedt (previously SVP for Yahoo's search sales) to lead the new group.
AdAge has more details and BusinessWeek explains why execs at Yahoo are happy with Jerry Yang's appointment to CEO and why they don't think it's a short term role.
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