Ross Levinsohn Named CEO of Hollywood Reporter Parent, Jimmy Finkelstein Exits 18 weeks ago
The Hollywood Reporter's parent company has named former Yahoo executive Ross Levinsohn CEO, replacing Dottie Mattison just seven...
By Alexander C. Kaufman
Ross Levinsohn and Jon Miller said that if they were to start a media company, they would focus on digital video
Ross Levinsohn was the company's interim CEO for a few months this year and the head of the Americas unit prior to that
Ross Levinsohn, the man Marissa Mayer outflanked for the job, is also absent, leaving CFO Tim Morse to offer little in the way of guidance
Yahoo's second-quarter net income was $226.6 million, or 18 cents a share, off slightly from a year ago
Ross Levinsohn was passed over at Yahoo in favor of Google’s Marissa Mayer. If the popular executive leaves, who else will follow him?
Ross Levinsohn, interim CEO, had been the presumptive frontunner
A Hulu spokeswoman said Kilar took his name out of consideration, leaving Ross Levinsohn as the frontunner
Interim CEO Ross Levinsohn could still take over full-time
Yahoo's deal with the radio giant makes Clear Channel's iHeart Radio Yahoo's top digital radio service and follows deals with Spotify and CNBC
Yahoo's Rich Riley took the stage after an introduction by Oakland A's general manager Billy Beane
WaxWord spoke to Kara Swisher about what this all means for the internet giant, which has struggled mightily for a strategic direction
"Today’s announcements lay to rest the unfortunate and serious distractions surrounding our senior leadership and the composition of our Board going forward"
Daniel Loeb, a prominent Yahoo shareholder, continued his campaign to reshape the leadership structure at the flagging internet giant
Who's the buyer? Ex-News Corp. mogul Peter Chernin is one possibility -- so is Marc Andreessen
Strong candidates will be Ross Levinsohn, Jon Miller, Jason Kilar and what about ex-MySpace's Mike Jones?
Pact includes the launch of new-media fund.
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation