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Regarding Your Comments on Yahoo

Many of you have been asking me about Yahoo. Please remember I am in the middle of a proxy fight. A proxy fight involves a complicated process of SEC approvals, federal securities laws, filing requirements and a great deal of time and money.

At this time, due to SEC regulations, I do not intend to post your comments regarding the proxy fight. However, I am planning to give you my views about Yahoo and its management shortly. If you wish to be informed I invite you to subscribe. Stay tuned.

SECURITY HOLDERS ARE ADVISED TO READ THE DEFINITIVE PROXY STATEMENT AND OTHER DOCUMENTS RELATED TO THE SOLICITATION OF PROXIES BY CARL C. ICAHN AND HIS AFFILIATES FROM THE STOCKHOLDERS OF YAHOO! INC. FOR USE AT ITS ANNUAL MEETING WHEN THEY BECOME AVAILABLE BECAUSE THEY WILL CONTAIN IMPORTANT INFORMATION, INCLUDING INFORMATION RELATING TO THE PARTICIPANTS IN SUCH PROXY SOLICITATION. WHEN COMPLETED, A DEFINITIVE PROXY STATEMENT AND A FORM OF PROXY WILL BE MAILED TO STOCKHOLDERS OF YAHOO! INC. AND WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT NO CHARGE AT THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION’S WEBSITE AT WWW.SEC.GOV. INFORMATION RELATING TO THE PARTICIPANTS IN THE PROXY SOLICITATION IS CONTAINED IN THE PRELIMINARY PROXY STATEMENT ON SCHEDULE 14A THAT WAS FILED WITH THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION ON JUNE 26, 2008.

Comments

Even if you do not post the reactions to the proxy fight - do they influence your perspectives.

These comments are a snapshot of passions - they can open a door to valuable insight



I am enjoying your blog! One suggestion however: The gray font color is very hard to read, if possible can you use black? Thank you!



Carl, any insight on the once high flying Motricity?



What lacks in corporate America is employee representation on the board. The short term interests of executives are not balanced by the long term interests of those who would like to one day retire from their company (and don't get golden handshakes). Would it be perfect? No but it's an improvement over the current situation and it reduces the need for government oversight as we witnessed after the Enron collapse.
It hasn't stopped many European company's from becoming very successful.

Just my two cents,
Emile.



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