InformationWeek May 11, 2012 May 14, 2012,
Volume 171, Issue 3
"Big company meltdowns always happen in slow motion. And if you've done business with the company, invested in it, or, heaven forbid, worked for it, it's especially like watching a 10-car pileup at a frame per second. No matter how gruesome it gets, you can't turn your head.
The most recent wreck I've been observing has been Yahoo, the dawn-of-the-Internet-Age icon that suffered yet another setback this week when Scott Thompson, the latest of its four CEOs in five years, was accused of fudging his resume..."