Yahoo surprised many in the tech world on Friday with its decision to eliminate the option for employees to work from home. The move, as described in a companywide memo leaked to Kara Swisher at AllThingsD, is intended to boost "collaboration and communication" at the internet company by requiring all employees to physically report to one of Yahoo's locations. "Some of the best decisions and insights come from hallway and cafeteria discussions, meeting new people and impromptu team meetings," Jackie Reses, Yahoo's head of HR, wrote in the memo....
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At the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is proving an engaging speaker. Turning to the audience, she asked, "How many of you have read an email on your phone and marked it unread so you could read it on your PC later?" A lot of hands went up. Mayer raised hers, too. That's an obvious example of a problem with mobile email that needs to get fixed. And Mayer has consistently said email is one of the core products Yahoo is going to focus on.