Google’s Marissa Mayer Profiled

John Battelle called Google’s Marissa Mayer a "hummingbird" of a woman in his
new book
The Search
, which is a great description for anyone who has ever met her.
She’s literally flying around constantly with excitement and activity about
various products.

Managing Google’s Idea Factory
is a new BusinessWeek profile on Marissa, the
company’s director of consumer web products, covering what her workday is like,
her background and how she goes about managing so many of the things Google
develops. See also
Google’s Mayer:
Searcher Behavior & Google Factoids

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