At one time, Yahoo! owned the world's most-visited Internet site. But the company is in turmoil, in part because of increased competition, but also following the hire of chief executive officer Scott Thompson, who's turned out to not be what he seemed. Thompson resigned recently in the wake of the discovery that he erroneously claimed on his resume to have a computer science degree.
James B. Stewart, "Common Sense" columnist for the Business Day section of The New York Times, joins Jeff Spurgeon to talk about what this could mean for the stumbling company.