First, its high-profile CEO, Marisa Mayer, called an abrupt halt to the firm's long-standing policy of allowing employees to telecommute, creating dissension in the ranks, especially from working moms. Then, this past January, the company's number two officer – who had been recruited from Google by Mayer personally – was sent packing, reportedly with a seven-figure golden handshake.
Then there's Yahoo's tanking stock price and steady loss of market share to its social-media competitors. Now comes word of a controversy surrounding another high-ranking female executive who's being sued for sexual harassment and wrongful termination by a former employee. Her accuser is also female.