At last Friday's annual Yahoo shareholder meeting, the Yahoo slate of directors was re-elected, with CEO Jerry Yang and Chariman Roy Bostock receiving 15 percent and 20 percent "no" votes. AllThingsD points out these numbers are actually better than last year in the absence of the MicroHoo controversy and proxy contest. Yahoo Director Robert A. Kotick, who was re-elected, is resigning to make way for Carl Icahn.
Capital Research Global Investors, which owns 6.5 percent of Yahoo, is asking for a recount, chiefly as an expression of its frustration and anger with Yang and Bostock. Any recount, [...]
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