Ex-Mobius Prez Joins Yahoo

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In February, Mobius CEO Scott Countryman unsuccessfully tried to sell his company to Yahoo. The price: less than 10% of Mobius for $1.25 million. Considering that my blogs make more money than Mobius’ entire EVE Online Southeast Asia service, I don’t blame Yahoo for passing up Scott’s offer.

Instead of buying the whole company, Yahoo just got one of the best parts. Jojo Anonuevo, who resigned as President of Mobius in June, joins Yahoo as senior director of business development for Southeast Asia. Good for Yahoo — Jojo’s a customer-focused straight-talker with good ideas and great vision. Having served with Oracle before joining Mobius, Jojo’s got experience to boot. Level Up should’ve pirated this guy when they had the chance.

“Having the Philippines as part of my remit is also a great opportunity to address the benefits of the Internet for my fellow Pinoys. Yahoo has adopted a Filipino-centric business approach in my native country and I will look to help Yahoo expand on that vision,” says Jojo on his new job. Yahoo’s in the middle of an enterprise-wide soul-searching; Jojo can definitely them find their soul here in Southeast Asia.

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10 Comments on “Ex-Mobius Prez Joins Yahoo”
  1. Mika Abundo says:

    You are such a loser .. and get your facts straight!

  2. JYoung says:

    Mike, you are the freaking roadkill of blogs. people just have to look ‘coz we have to be grossed out every now and again. You suck.

  3. mars says:

    mu online game is not a good example for the youth, we are asking to blocked mu online game in the entire philippines. Vulgar words are used, read by the children ages 10-17 how come that mu online personnels dont notice this kind of environment .and because of this we are calling the attention of the president of mayors league to make some move on this.

  4. Duper says:

    less than 10% of Mobius for $1.25 million???? Is he on crack? thats too much money for horribly run company that could not get their acts straight.

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