Whoa, whoa, get out the way with that good information.
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Hats off to whoever wrote this up and posted it.
I always thought Semel got too much credit for turning yahoo around – he benefited from the turnaround in online advertising, that’s all. but even if he did help stabilize the company post-bubble, he certainly dropped the ball in about every other way imaginable, and his monetary reward for his efforts is a joke.
Just do me a favor and keep writing such trenchant analyses, OK?
This is really interesting with lots of good points. Henna, Jon:Thaddeus Stevens, Elijah Lovejoy and Wendell Phillips were also men of Lincoln's era. Yet they made very different decisions and held quite different opinions than Lincoln. So everyone, regardless of the time or society always has a choice. I think there are moral universals that apply regardless of time or place.
We could've done with that insight early on.
Call me wind because I am absolutely blown away.
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I think the telling part was that those students' little stunt only lasted until their peers noticed. No .gov intervention needed to get them to knock it off.