• http://www.seo-theory.com/ Michael Martinez

    I cannot imagine a better choice.  This may be the change Yahoo! has been waiting for ever since Carl Icahn screwed up the company.

  • pedrosttau

    Great move by Yahoo, and and inevitable loss by Google, there was no way to go for Marissa there anymore. 

  • http://www.graphicdesignfield.com/ Steveo

    The Fall of Google Begins … Maybe?

  • itrix pk

    Go Google Go…!!

  • http://twitter.com/JeffZelaya Jeffrey Zelaya

     That’s a bit of a stretch there don’t you think!

  • http://bleacherreport.com/users/535519-nick-p nick price

    Bad day for google

  • http://www.facebook.com/sheilacruzeforcontentaxis Sheila Cruze

    This could be a great loss to Google! As Mayer was involved in out seeing of many products that rocked the search arena like Google places and other local products of Google. At the same time yahoo is going to be benefited as she might implement her thoughts and ideas that she procured during her tenure in Google.

  • newyorker_1

    Yahoo is doomed brand, I don’t know what she will achieve there, after so many have failed before her.

  • http://www.facebook.com/Indianclassicrummy Rudy Trivers

    Certainly is great loss for Google and wish her best of luck for the new venture with Yahoo to regain its search market.

  • http://www.facebook.com/emailtonoeljohn Noel John

    New Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer was the first female engineer hired at Google in 1999, where she became one of the company’s top executives and most visible public faces. Only 37, Mayer has often been named one of the most powerful women in business.
    All the very best, Marissa Mayer
    John Hofford,
    Los Angeles
    Visit http://www.abctoy4me.com

  • Touseef Hussain

    Marissa Mayer is the 5th Yahoo CEO in 5 years?? That doesn’t reflect very well on its ‘BORED’ of Directors.