Internet struggling company Yahoo has named Long-time Google employee Marissa Mayer as its new CEO. The move comes as Yahoo is struggling to regain its market hold from financial malaise and internal turmoil.
Marissa Mayer had an excellent career at internet giants Google. She was one of Google’s earliest employees and was most recently responsible for its mapping, local and location services. Mayer, 37, began her career at Google in 1999 after getting her master’s degree at Stanford, the school Google’s co-founders attended.
It is expected that she might be the one to get Yahoo out of its recent troubles.