Wow, I am sure their best remaining talented workers are working on their
resumes' to get out of dodge. Laying off just to have a good quarter is
going to hurt Yahoo in the long run as the best and brightest don't and
won't put up with it;I don't blame them.
Those employees that remain are likely disprited because ofthe layoffs.
Not the kind of situation where one expects tosee great innovations and
performance necessary to propela company to the next level. I look for
this effort to fizzleand fade.