Jerry Yang Joins Lenovo Board as 'Observer'
Jerry Yang, who co-founded Yahoo and resigned last year from the Internet company's board, has landed a plum position with Chinese computer maker Lenovo, making nearly $200,000 in equity and cash.
Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang joins Lenovo board as observer
HONG KONG - Lenovo Group said Yahoo! co-founder Jerry Yang is to join its board as an observer, as the world's No. 2 maker of PCs expands its mobile business to tap global demand for smartphones and tablets.
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