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Yahoo continues to bleed premium executive talent to Google. Last year Yahoo’s well-respected VP for Product Strategy Bradley Horowitz left for Google. Now Joshua Schachter, founder of Yahoo-owned social bookmarking service Delicious, joins Google six months after leaving Yahoo.
Delicious has been a major player in the social bookmarking space for the last five years. Google Bookmarks has been unable to overshadow Delicious thus far — but that may change now that Google has the founder of Delicious on their side.
Schachter doesn’t need money after selling Delicious to Yahoo for a rumored $20 million three years ago — but he craves to innovate. It was the difficulty of innovating within Yahoo that drove him away. Google must have offered him a fantastic opportunity to let loose his imagination. That can only mean good things for Google users.
(Photo by Patrick Tufts.)