Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz On Stage At TechCrunch Disrupt

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This will be fun. Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz will be on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt in New York next week for a one on one “fireside chat” with me. She’ll be coming to the event just after a press conference Yahoo is holding on Monday morning.

She joins AOL CEO Tim Armstrong, Google’s President Worldwide sales Nikesh Arora, AOL founder Steve Case, Kleiner Perkins partner John Doerr and other amazing speakers at the event.

We’ll have lots to talk about. Yahoo’s stock price has increased since she took over the CEO role from cofounder Jerry Yang in January 2009, but the company’s valuation is still far short of the $40+ billion that Microsoft offered in early 2008.

I have been one of Bartz’s biggest critics over the last year, chronicling the executive team revolving door, Yahoo’ lack of a coherent product strategy and a few other jabs as well. It says a lot that she’s willing to appear on stage with me and talk about all these issues and more.

There are just a handful of tickets left for TechCrunch Disrupt. We’ll also be livestreaming the entire event for those who cannot attend. You can watch the live feed at disrupt.techcrunch.tv, (link not active until May 24), and get all our coverage of the event here on TechCrunch.

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