Google’s Marissa Mayer Makes Newsweek Cover



Via
Valleywag, news that Google’s Marissa Mayer, vice president of search
products & user experience, makes the cover of Newsweek and is named one of the
most powerful women of her generation.

Good luck trying to find the article on the horrible MSNBC-hosted Newsweek
site itself. I finally gave us and did a regular Google search for
marissa
mayer newsweek sept. 25
to find it here:
Leading the Way.
Marissa comes up on
page 5.

Her home town paper gives her a write-up here:

Wausau girl hits big-time
, along with a larger version of the Newsweek
cover.

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