Among everything being thrown against the wall when it comes to Yahoo (NSDQ: YHOO), another scenario being bandied about is Ross Levinsohn and Jon Miller jointly at the helm of Yahoo, according to sources Kara has spoken to. This and all other options are on the table as Yahoo gears up for what is sure to be an ugly annual meeting on August 1. Levinsohn ran Fox Interactive, while Miller was the CEO of AOL…Levinsohn was part of the alternative slate of board members that
Carl Icahn had proposed earlier that Microsoft (NSDQ: MSFT) was supposed to propose, according to previous reports. The two could either come in as board members or actually run the company for a time period, while searching for a new CEO, the story says.
Speaking on AOL (NYSE: TWX), Yahoo’s talks with AOL have started again, the story says, and News Corp (NYSE: NWS). and Comcast (NSDQ: CMCSA) are on the sidelines watching carefully as Yahoo’s stock continues to sink further.