Podcast: Yahoo’s WFH boo-boo, Internet things too!

If you’re reading this from a home office and you work at Yahoo (s yhoo), stop and hurry into the office before you get busted! In this week’s podcast we break down Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer’s decision to ban working from home. Then we shift gears to talk about what we learned at our recent internet of things meetup in San Francisco. Finally we wonder if the absence of news from Mobile World Congress is news.

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Hosts: Chris Albrecht and Tom Krazit
Guests: Mathew Ingram, Nicole Solis, Stacey Higginbotham, Kevin Tofel

00:00 – 17:17 – Is Yahoo’s work-from-home ban a good thing?

17:18 – 32:19 – Here’s the Internet of things

32:20 – 44:30 – No news is no news from Mobile World Congress

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