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December 6, 2006 at 11:27 AM

Yahoo!’s internal reorg email, sounds familiar

Valleywag posted the whole memo from Terry Semel.

An annotated excerpt:

We see a huge opportunity to leverage our size and scale,

industry-leading sales team, and audience insights to become the premier

advertising network, whether we are selling ads on or off Yahoo!-owned

entities. … No other company is as well positioned to

achieve this goal because of our unmatched breadth of both customers and

services.

Semel also posted a public note at the company’s official blog. His best line: “Now, I know what you’re thinking – this is all about peanut butter.”

Clearing the fog by reorganizing into three groups. Where have I heard that before?

Comments | Topics: Microsoft, Yahoo!

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