Carl Icahn to Jerry Yang: "It's time to go;" Comcast's controversial plan to deal with bandwidth hogs; and ad execs say social networks may be in for a rough patch.
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Billionaire investor Carl Icahn says it's time for Jerry Yang to go--and that some Yahoo board members need to walk out the door as well. Meanwhile, the No. 2 exec at the company says that negotiations with Microsoft about a possible sale continue. Podcast host Charles Cooper talks with CNET News.com's Dawn Kawamoto about the latest twist in the seemingly never-ending saga of "Microhoo."
Comcast is taking heat from some consumer advocates for a controversial new test. But the company says that if successful, the plan could provide a solution to the problem of so-called bandwidth hogs. Reporter.
It seems there's no shortage of people talking about social media on the blogosphere these days. But talk is cheap. When it comes to actually paying for space on those sites, many advertising executives remain unimpressed. Reporter Stefanie Olsen.