Yahoo's Semel Faces the Music

At the annual meeting, shareholders made their dissatisfaction known, with votes on directors and executive pay

As Dottie Weber ambled into Yahoo!'s annual shareholder meeting on June 12, she was expecting fireworks. "It's going to be an angry meeting," predicted the self-described "small" Yahoo investor, who noted that Yahoo's stock has been languishing for more than a year as it has lost ground to archrival Google (GOOG). "A lot of shareholders are fed up. I'm thinking of selling."

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