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Tech World Star Marissa Mayer To Head Google

Jul 17, 2012
Originally published on July 17, 2012 5:11 pm

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And in Silicon Valley, the buzz is the latest hire by Yahoo. Marissa Mayer is the new CEO. Yahoo lured the 37-year-old away from Google, were she was one of that company's most prominent executives. She studied computer science at Stanford, was hired on as employee number 20 at Google, and as NPR's Steve Henn reports, she is something of a rock star in the tech world.

STEVE HENN, BYLINE: For years the rap on Yahoo has been: this company lacks focus.

SHAR VANBOSKIRK: Yahoo! has Yahoo Maps, Yahoo movies, Yahoo TV, Yahoo sports, Yahoo travel.

HENN: Shar VanBoskirk is an Internet analyst at Forrester Research. She say it hasn't helped that Marissa Mayer will be Yahoo's 6th CEO in just four years.

VANBOSKIRK: There's no rhyme or reason into what businesses they're going into. So my advice to Yahoo would be to streamline some of this stuff and focus on the few particular places where Yahoo can be the best in the world.

HENN: VanBoskirk was hoping for a CEO with a clearly articulated and focused vision for Yahoo's future. And she says she was disappointed by this choice. Marissa Mayer's background is in product development. She's done lots of different stuff. She helped create the look and feel of Google's now iconic search page. She helped launch Gmail. And back in 2009, Charlie Rose asked her why she though Yahoo was struggling.

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MARISSA MAYER: Well, I definitely think that what drives technology companies is the people. Because in technology companies it's always about, what are you going to do next?

CHARLIE ROSE: Right.

MAYER: So then it comes down to well, who is going to build that thing that you do next?

ROSE: Right. Right.

MAYER: So if you have the best people...

ROSE: So talent is the key.

MAYER: That is a huge benefit. And I do think that some of what happened with Yahoo was a little bit of that lost focus - but I also think that over the events of recent years they have lost a lot of their good people.

HENN: So Mayer's first mission might be to try and make Yahoo cool again - a place were great people actually want to come to work. And this is something Mayer may be uniquely well suited to do. She's well-known in Silicon Valley. She's mentored hundreds of former Google executives.

In recent years, Yahoo and Microsoft have been close allies in the search war against Google. Now, with Marissa Mayer in charge, the tech world will be watching to see if Yahoo could switch sides.

Steve Henn, NPR News, Silicon Valley. Transcript provided by NPR, Copyright National Public Radio.