TOUGH CROWD: Yahoo interim CEO Ross Levinsohn got an earful from peeved shareholders at the Internet company's annual meeting Thursday. The seven shareholders who got a chance to question Levinsohn vented their frustration over Yahoo Inc.'s inability to boost its revenue at a time more advertising is shifting to the Internet.

TOUGH CROWD: Yahoo interim CEO Ross Levinsohn got an earful from peeved shareholders at the Internet company’s annual meeting Thursday. The seven shareholders who got a chance to question Levinsohn vented their frustration over Yahoo Inc.’s inability to boost its revenue at a time more advertising is shifting to the Internet.

HEIR APPARENT: The meeting may have helped prepare Levinsohn for the pressure he will face if Yahoo Inc. removes the interim tag from title, as is widely expected to happen soon.

REVOLVING DOOR: If he get the jobs permanently, Levinsohn will be Yahoo’s fifth CEO in five years.