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Marissa Mayer, 37, pregnant and named CEO of Yahoo!

At only 37 she was named Yahoo CEO. Marissa Mayer has a spectacular resume, after being the first female engineer at Google, having occupied a leading role in Big G, designing products such as Google Maps, now she goes to Yahoo's bedside. Nothing seems to stop her, nor Yahoo that (…)

At only 37 she was named Yahoo CEO. Marissa Mayer has a spectacular resume, after being the first female engineer at Google, having occupied a leading role in Big G, designing products such as Google Maps, now she goes to the bedside of Yahoo.Nothing seems to stop her or Yahoo who he entrusted her with the leading role knowing of her ongoing pregnancy. Give birth to a baby boy in October. Marissa has already made it known that she will not give up a short period of maternity. Mayer has made it known that no one objected and expressed perplexity in Yahoo! about the news of her pregnancy, communicated in June. Many Italian companies probably would not have accepted the news in the same way. The task that awaits Marissa is certainly not simple, Yahoo! Despite having a strong brand and 700 million users, she is sailing in bad waters and has changed 5 CEOs in 5 years. The choice of Mayer is a clear turning point: a very young woman who comes from the most established Web company in the world. The hard task, but women are increasingly being chosen in ICT companies for the most difficult tasks. Three CEOs of high-profile multinational corporations are now women in addition to Yahoo! IBM, with Virginia "Ginni" Rometty and HP with Meg Whitman. High-tech companies, which for many are pioneers in new structures and could teach many others that a woman at the top is good for the accounts.