Rumor has it that the founder of open source e-mail firm Zimbra will leave Yahoo, which purchased the company in September 2007. According to AllThingsD (by way of PaidContent), Satish Dharmaraj “had previously stepped back from day-to-day leadership at the Yahoo communications and communities division, which is run by former Zimbra President and CTO Scott Dietzen.”
I’d expect more, not less, departures now that a new sheriff (just-named CEO Carol Bartz) is in town. When a new boss steps in, it can spur departures.
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