Its to early to really retire. I've found a new job that I enjoy very much. I also enjoyed the work I did over the 20+ years before retirement.
On another note, I think that Carly has done a fairly good job with the merger so far. It is certainly far better than any other merger of a similar scale.
Her biggest problem seems to be with the people she is supposed to be leading. In order for the merger to succeed, she now needs to be getting 110% from every employee. Unfortunately, in the cases I am familiar with, she doesn't seem to be even getting 50% from many who are confused about what to do next or even if they will have a job next week. And as I stated earlier, some seem to be follow her lead of putting themselves first and not making the success of the company very high on their to-do list.