Rich Riley

Rich Riley joined Yahoo! in 1999 and today is responsible for the Online Channel Division, a leading provider of services that help small and medium-sized businesses succeed online by establishing an online presence and driving traffic to that presence.

During his over eight years with Yahoo!, Mr. Riley has held a variety of roles in corporate and business development where he was instrumental in a number of the company’s key acquisitions and strategic partnerships.

Riley joined Yahoo! in 1999 when Yahoo! acquired his company, LLC, an Internet software company that developed the Yahoo! Toolbar.

Riley received a B.S. in Finance and Entrepreneurial Management from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. He serves on the Wharton Entrepreneurial Advisory Board, the National Advisory Council for the U.S. Small Business Administration and the board of LiveVox, Inc.

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Rich talks with Jim about the search engine and portal landscape these days, and how Yahoo remains relevant in the face of all the hype over Google. The go on to talk about how small businesses can stay relevant in the 21st century by making sure they have an e-business strategy to complement their traditional business model.
Rich joins Jim to help us understand the importance of doing a good job of presenting yourself well online.