Getting workers out of the office

One of Microsoft's top executives has said Yahoo will reverse course on its plan to end remote working.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
20th October, 2013
David Coplin, Microsoft chief envisioning officer.

One of Microsoft's top executives has said Yahoo will reverse course on its plan to end remote working, which has resulted in all of the internet giant's staff, including 400 Irish employees, working on site.

Yahoo chief executive Marissa Mayer ended the search firm's remote working policies in February. David Coplin, Microsoft's chief envisioning officer, told The Sunday Business Post that he expects this move to be temporary.

''Marissa Mayer has walked into a situation where...

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