Even though the sun has set in Sunnyvale, but the day is not over for Marissa Mayer. The conference room of the Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO) Campus is prepared carefully as she would be giving a presentation on the mobile ad product launch.
The employee spirit has risen, with rise in the stock price. Shares of Yahoo tripled after the joining of the Mayer.
Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO) and Mayer are all set to tell a different story than the previous one. Mayer has frustrated the press and media by her apportion availability with the medicine- dropper penuriousness. She was concentrating on the big work of talking up an iconic company to greatness. She has promised once she gets concrete report she would open up.
Well, the time is now. This interview is exclusive as with her being the executive team, with other important members followed.
It is time for her to provide reports in brief. This year, it is the 20th anniversary of Yahoo and Mayer want to see it as a celebration.
Now, after 31 months, Mayer wants to tell the story of her progress. Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO)’s News Digest app, powered by technology, has boiled down her argument. A company known as Summly is purchased which is headed by a teenager:
The company has now developed with the help of hundreds of new engineers with an energized culture. Last year Yahoo encountered many mobile ads, which did not exist before the Mayer, arrived. The company is back on a new track. They bought Tumblr, which has about 460 million users and is still growing via Instagram. Moreover, this year Yahoo wins the Apple Design Awards. Additionally the company has over 500 million of mobile users.
Mayer saying seems like Yahoo is officially back in action.
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