“I used to worry about my team quitting; not anymore!," a Yahoo (YHOO) engineering manager exclaims to TechCrunch, pleased with the hiring of Marissa Mayer. But the reaction among sales personnel is mixed: some top execs have left, and sales chief Michael Barrett, a Ross Levinsohn hire, is expected to do so in months. Also: a source tells BI Mayer hasn't shown any interest in Yahoo's media ops, a Levinsohn priority, and Q3 and Q4 ad sales will miss expectations due to the impact of recent turnover. (more) Update: Mayer has just poached Google marketing manager Andrew Schulte to be Yahoo's chief of staff; he replaces the departed Michel Protti.
“I used to worry about my team quitting; not anymore!," a Yahoo (YHOO) engineering manager...
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