The appointment of Marissa Mayer is a sign the company will focus on product offerings instead of just content.
Marissa Mayer becomes the first pregnant woman to be named leader of a major public company.
The banking giant reports a profit, and the semiconductor company reports earnings above expectations.
Marissa Mayer, the company's new CEO, was behind a number of Google's most brilliant concepts.
The Internet company hires a new CEO, and the beverage company reports better-than-expected earnings.
Does this young executive have what it takes to lead a company fighting for its life?
After years of turmoil and turnover, internet firm needs to name leader and focus on issues.
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