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February 25th, 2013
09:01 PM ET

Yahoo staffers return to the office

Brooke talks with a celebrity panel including Atlanta radio hosts Frank Ski and Ryan Cameron about how internet companies are returning to their offices and banning work-from-home programs. Yahoo has recently undergone big changes including a new CEO, a new look and now a new policy stopping all remote worker programs.

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