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born May 30, 1975) is an American information technology executive, currently serving as the president and Chief Executive Officer of Yahoo! She is a graduate of Stanford, and was a long-time executive, usability leader, and key spokesperson for Google.
She was also on the three-person team responsible for Google Ad Words, which is an algorithm used by advertisers to get insight into the products consumers want.
Ad Words helped deliver 96% of the company's revenue in the first quarter of 2011.
In 2002, Mayer started the Associate Product Manager (APM) program, a Google mentorship program aimed to recruit new talents and cultivate and train them for leadership roles within the company.
Each year, Mayer selected a number of junior employees for the two-year program, which would see them take on a number of extracurricular assignments and intensive evening classes.
To simplify the bureaucratic process and "make the culture the best version of itself", Mayer launched a new online program called PB&J.
It collects employee complaints, as well as their votes on problems in the office; if a problem generates at least 50 votes, online management automatically investigates the matter.
Having worked from home toward the end of her pregnancy, Mayer returned to work after giving birth to a boy, and had a nursery built next to her office suite—Mayer was consequently criticized for the telecommuting ban.In February 2016, Yahoo acknowledged that the value of Tumblr has fallen by 0 million since it was acquired. reported a fall in revenues, but a rise in profits compared with the same period in the previous year.Reaction on Wall Street was muted, with shares falling 1.7%.In November 2013, Mayer instituted a performance review system based on a bell curve ranking of employees, suggesting that managers rank their employees on a bell curve, with those at the low end being fired.As well as sitting on the boards of directors of Walmart, Jawbone, and Yahoo!Mayer also sits on several non-profit boards such as Cooper–Hewitt, National Design Museum, New York City Ballet, San Francisco Ballet, and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.