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A Russian cybergangster who openly tried to recruit a hacker army for an online crime spree against U.S. banks and their customers posted a Web video of himself showing off luxury cars, a newly built suburban home and other ill-gotten gains, all the while boasting that he is untouchable.
Yahoo's new chief financial officer is getting a big raise to join the struggling Internet company.
BIG PAY BUMP: Yahoo's new chief financial officer, Ken Goldman, is starting off with a $600,000 salary and a bonus of up to $540,000. That's a significant raise from the $327,818 salary and maximum bonus of roughly $200,000 that he received as CFO at security software specialist Fortinet Inc.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is casting aside a cost-cutting specialist and bringing in software industry veteran Ken Goldman to be chief financial officer as the Internet company's management orchestrates a potentially expensive turnaround attempt.