Yahoo!'s Bostock steps down; In-flight WiFi struggles to attract users

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> Yahoo! chairman Roy Bostock is stepping down following resignation of co-founder Jerry Yang from the board and the appointment of Scott Thompson as CEO. Article

> Verizon has been named to the National Association of Female Executives (NAFE) list of top 50 companies for executive women for the eighth consecutive year. Release

> According to statistics released by ComScore, the holiday season drove up U.S. online spending 14 percent in the last quarter of 2011. Article

> Tulip Telecom and IBM are building what they claim to be India's largest data center to deliver new cloud and networking services. Release

> EANTC announced that 13 vendors will showcase the results of the latest EANTC interoperability event live at the MPLS & Ethernet World Congress 2012 this week. Release

> Super Bowl XLVI, according to a new report by Sandvine, drove down Internet traffic down 20 percent. Article  

And finally ... While there's great convenience with in-flight WiFi, In-Stat revealed that only 7 percent of travelers actually use the service. Article

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