Yahoo Executive Gets $58 Million As Severance Pay Henerique De Castro, Yahoo’s CEO was fired recently and has been given a $58 million severance package for leaving the company, albeit he only worked there for about 15 months. It was a regulatory filing made on Wednesday that disclosed this information and has given rise to more second-guessing as to why de Castro was employed by Yahoo’s chief executive officer Marissa Mayer in 2012 to play the role of her second-in-command.
Google Under Fire From European Media Tycoon Google has been strongly criticized by the head of one of the largest media companies in Europe in an open letter that was published in a German newspaper. Chief executive of Axel Springer, Mathias Dopfner said that his company was fearful of the search engine giant and its power.
Asserting that Kashmiri separatist leaders are not a “third party”, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said that any dialogue process with India which does not include Kashmir issue will be futile.
Zuckerberg Calls Obama About the NSA Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, the biggest social network of the world, stated that he had placed a call to President Barrack Obama for expressing his frustration over what he claims is long-lasting damage that was caused by the surveillance programs of the US government.