November 19, 2008 at 11:16 AM EST
Parlor Game: Pick Yahoo’s Next CEO
With Yahoo now looking for a new leader , Silicon Valley's favorite parlor game is picking a new CEO for the embattled company. Plenty of names are being bandied about, from former AOL CEO Jonathan Miller (whose non-compete with Time Warner expires next March) to OpenTable CEO and former eBay superstar exec Jeff Jordan. Former eBay CEO Meg Whitman is also being thrown out as a possibility, but she is not interested. Other strong candidates include Google senior VP Tim Armstrong (who heads up North American ad sales), former Yahoo COO Dan Rosensweig (as we've noted before ), and Marc Andreessen. Mark Cuban would have been interesting too, but he has other things to worry about right now. Vote below for who you think is the best candidate, or nominate your own in comments with your reasons why he or she should be considered.
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