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A New Future For Yahoo? What’s The Deal With Marissa Mayer?


Five chief execs in three years is not a stat to be proud of, but has Yahoo found the answer to its busi­ness woes in the shape of new CEO and Google turn­coat Maris­sa May­er? The tur­bu­lence expe­ri­enced by Yahoo over the past few years looks set to con­tin­ue a lit­tle while longer after the sur­prise appoint­ment of for­mer Google exec May­er as its new CEO. While most peo­ple could be for­giv­en for think­ing that this time the job might land in the lap of long-suf­fer­­ing inter­im CEO Ross Levin­sohn, it seems the board had oth­er ideas. As May­er walked in the door, Levin­sohn walked out. With­out the expe­ri­ence and con­tact book of Levin­sohn its felt that May­er might strug­gle to make her mark – par­tic­u­lar­ly as she lacks the adver­tis­ing know-how of her pre­de­ces­sor and that cer­tain­ly seems to be where the sector’s head­ed. Unique and inno­v­a­tive prod­ucts are great, but you need to make mon­ey to devel­op them and that’s where the adver­tis­ing dol­lars count. Indus­try Expe­ri­ence No one can deny that May­er has the cre­den­tials. She was one of only 20 employ­ees when she joined Google in 1999 as their first female engi­neer and dur­ing her tenure…

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Is Ebay a Comeback or Going Away Story?

With an esti­mat­ed 2012 sales of $8 bil­lion and 90 mil­lion down­loads of Ebay’s mobile app,  Mobile retail­ing is one of the fastest grow­ing busi­ness­es for Ebay. On the decline for years Ebay’s most promis­ing seg­ments are Pay­Pal pay­ments and mobile retail­ing.  The con­ven­tion­al wis­dom in terms of Inter­net com­pa­nies is that once decline sets in in terms of earn­ings. Ebay seems to be the excep­tion to that rule. Ebay shares hit a peak of $54 in 2004, but by ear­ly 2009 its stock was at slight­ly over $10. Now it’s stock is back trad­ing at more than $40 a share in 2012.  The major­i­ty of growth this year came from mobile retail­ing and Pay­Pal pay­ments.  A sig­nif­i­cant change in senior lead­er­ship also helped the com­pa­ny grow. The company’s web­site is an online per­­son-to-per­­son trad­ing com­mu­ni­ty online. The com­pa­ny has come a long way since its found­ing and com­petes with com­pa­nies such as Ama­zon. Ebay has a bright future and recent­ly unveiled a new eCom­merce plat­form called X.commerce, at the Ebay’s devel­op­er con­fer­ence.  More than 4,000 devel­op­ers were at the event, show­ing that devel­op­ers are eager to work for this boom­ing com­pa­ny. Ebay has recent­ly devel­oped some new part­ner­ships with…

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What is Xfinity and Why Should I Care?


Cable giant Com­cast rebrand­ed their TV, inter­net, phone and home con­trol ser­vices two years ago under the name Xfin­i­ty to coin­cide with the digi­ti­sa­tion and wide­spread improve­ment of their ser­vices, includ­ing improved inter­net speeds, HD ser­vices and diver­si­fied con­tent view­ing options. Com­cast are the biggest home inter­net provider and cable oper­a­tor in the Unit­ed States, with stakes in many cable net­works includ­ing NBCU­ni­ver­sal and an oper­at­ing rev­enue of over 55 bil­lion as of last year. They are extreme­ly well estab­lished and have the biggest share of the media oper­a­tor mar­ket, with over 18 mil­lion cus­tomers to date. Comcast’s Xfin­i­ty cov­ers many ser­vices that the com­pa­ny are already well known for pro­vid­ing, which begs the ques­tion “why Xfin­i­ty?”.  While they have stat­ed that the changes in their ser­vices are big enough to jus­ti­fy their re-brand­ing, should we real­ly care? Com­cast Con­fu­sion A major re-brand­ing effort by any com­pa­ny usu­al­ly hap­pens when big changes are made to the prod­ucts and ser­vices offered, but in the case of Com­cast there has evi­dent­ly been some con­fu­sion. The Xfin­i­ty brand was estab­lished in 2010 – two years after the project was first intro­duced under the name “Project Infin­i­ty”- and despite rough­ly $640 mil­lion in adver­tis­ing…

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Ann Carlsen — Carlsen Resources

Ann Carlsen is founder & CEO of Carlsen Resources Inc. (CRI), an exec­u­tive search and work­force plan­ning firm which oper­ates with­in the glob­al media telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions indus­tries. CRI is a lead­ing exec­u­tive search firm which uses strate­gic think­ing and inno­va­tion to attract the best exec­u­tives and high lev­el man­age­ment for some of the most well-known media and telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions com­pa­nies, includ­ing Rain­bow Media, NBC, Dis­cov­ery Net­works, ABC, Time Warn­er and Google. After get­ting a degree in jour­nal­ism and busi­ness from the Uni­ver­si­ty of Col­orado, Carlsen’s pro­fes­sion­al career began as a door to door sales per­son with the com­mu­ni­ca­tions con­sult­ing ser­vices firm Unit­ed Cable Com­pa­ny. Using her expe­ri­ence with that com­pa­ny she got a sales and mar­ket­ing job with Cardiff Publishing’s Cable Tele­vi­sion Busi­ness mag­a­zine. In 1984 Ann was employed with the ven­ture cap­i­tal firm Busi­ness Ven­ture Invest­ments, and it was while she was employed at this com­pa­ny that she devel­oped her busi­ness and entre­pre­neur­ial skills. Her sub­se­quent role as Vice Pres­i­dent at Win­ston Man­age­ment Group made her realise how much she loved exec­u­tive search, and she used this pas­sion to estab­lish her own exec­u­tive search com­pa­ny Future Sense, Inc., which changed to Carlsen Resources Inc. Carlsen is a very high­ly regard­ed leader…

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News International to Launch Online Classified Site for Luxury Cars

News International

News Inter­na­tion­al is seek­ing to bol­ster its prof­its with falling print sales by enter­ing the lucra­tive online clas­si­fied car ads sec­tor, as was revealed ear­li­er this year. The pub­lish­er of The Sun, The Times and The Sun­day Times aims to cre­ate a car clas­si­fied web­site (cur­rent­ly unnamed) that focuss­es on the high end of the auto­mo­tive spec­trum, mix­ing togeth­er motor­ing con­tent and edi­to­r­i­al with clas­si­fied car adver­tis­ing to gen­er­ate rev­enue. We all know of Auto­Trad­er, a long-run­n­ing print and dig­i­tal motor clas­si­fied com­pa­ny who have enjoyed mar­ket dom­i­nance and heady prof­its, adver­tis­ing hun­dreds of thou­sands of cars and earn­ing prof­its of over £100m in 2010. This move will be a direct chal­lenge on a mar­ket cur­rent­ly dom­i­nat­ed by Auto­Trad­er, and is no doubt a sig­ni­fi­er of increas­ing com­pe­ti­tion with­in the used motor mar­ket. The Rise of Online Clas­si­fieds The com­pe­ti­tion is cer­tain­ly heat­ing up for the online clas­si­fieds mar­ket, and this is main­ly due to the fall of local news­pa­pers and oth­er print that fran­chised and inde­pen­dent car deal­er­ship groups for­mer­ly used to adver­tise their used cars. With this tra­di­tion­al way of get­ting used motors across to the pub­lic dis­ap­pear­ing, the inter­net has been the clear place to turn, and…

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