Yahoo's new president oversees a shake-up

Susan Decker, Yahoo's new president, is putting her stamp on the company in a reorganization of its management ranks that creates a new division responsible for generating the bulk of the company's revenue.

The latest in a string of internal shake-ups will bring together Yahoo's sales operations with the company's publisher network, corporate partnerships and HotJobs to form a "global partner solutions" division. It will be led by Hilary Schneider, a fast-rising protegee of Decker.

As part of the reorganization, Gregory Coleman, the company's top sales executive, will leave, though he will remain until February to assist in the transition, Yahoo said. Coleman will be the second senior sales executive to leave since June, when Wenda Harris Millard left amid an overhaul of Yahoo's sales force.

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Are we going to see the similar story in which Carly Fiorina kicked a lot of sales execs out after HP bought Compaq?
We know where HP went afterwards.