CNET News: Yahoo’s layoffs and lost identity

Today, Yahoo announced another round of layoffs, the sixth in the last four years. CNET’s Kara Tsuboi reports on how the Silicon Valley goliath has lost its path.

18 thoughts on “CNET News: Yahoo’s layoffs and lost identity

  1. Yahoo will bounce back because of the do not track. Personally i use excite. yee im old school. idk excite just gives me better results usually for what im lookin for.

  2. Change the logo and the graphic design. It’s ok to be goofy, but you have to be also smart and sharp. They hold on to that pink logo with an 80′ design. Change the damn logo, Yahoo has a stronger “audio image” (remember the yahooo oo oooo, that is Yahoo) than a “visual image”, people would recognize Yahoo even if the logo gets “sharper”. Also, take a page from Google’s design book and stop cluttering your pages. Free advice.

  3. yahoo is still my default home page… i like to see their news headline appearing first thing when i open my firefox… also, i will only use firefox and not googlechrome ever…

  4. I like yahoo but I think Google is a lot better .. I wish good luck for everyone, it’s true that everyone’s doing his best to become special with unique services but when it comes to technological and telecommunication fields, there’s always good and better.

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