After two rounds of voting for who should replace Jerry Yang as Yahoo’s next CEO, we’re down to our last round. Top vote-getters from round two include:
- Former AOL boss Jon Miller with 23.1%
- Google’s head of sales Tim Armstrong with 29.6%
- David Rosenblatt, the guy who took over DoubleClick and sold it to Google for $3.1 billion, with 21.4%
Vote below. After there’s a clear winner, we’ll announce him here and then forward the results to Yahoo’s board. Vote carefully and remember: sometimes a CEO candidate’s greatest strength is also a weakness.
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