Criticism of top woman Yahoo swells

For three years, former Googler Marissa Mayer is at the helm of Yahoo and in those days no market-shifting products have been launched. Moreover, executives do not appreciate their leadership style, micromanagement. At least as important, and that's what the outside world has been saying for years, Yahoo has no clear strategy for the coming years

For three years, former Googler Marissa Mayer is at the helm of Yahoo and in those days no market-shifting products have been launched. Moreover, executives do not appreciate their leadership style, micromanagement.

At least as important, and that's what the outside world has been saying for years, Yahoo has no clear strategy for the coming years. Even before Mayer took office, the question was what Yahoo is: a media company, a technology company or a platform. Despite a number of acquisitions, that is not yet clear.

Forbes deals with this article in depth and paints a picture of dissatisfaction. At the shareholders as well as at the employees.

Shareholders have long advocated selling the Asian assets, resulting in billions. In recent days, the activist investor Starboard turned its point of view precisely: to keep Alibaba shares and to divest Yahoo search and ads.

CNBC calculated last month that Yahoo had negative ratings without Yahoo Japan and Alibaba's interests. The core company that is the number five in terms of size in the US is worth nothing.

Business Insider lists which executives have run away from Yahoo in recent months.

Forbes concludes that, despite Mayer's efforts, no significant change has taken place at Yahoo.