The market favors open choice for search, and companies should compete for users based on the quality of their search servicesGoogle fights IE7 in Washington, Brussels May 01, 2006
We've opened up the Google Toolbar to enable them to create their own features and customize their search experienceGoogle launches new toolbar Jan 30, 2006
With today's launch of Google Local, users will be able to go to one location to find all the local and mapping information they needGoogle Maps combines with Google Local Oct 06, 2005
Marissa Ann Mayer (born on May 30,1975) is Vice President of Location and Local Services at the search engine company Google. She acts as a gatekeeper for their product release process, determining when or whether a particular Google product is ready to be released to users. She has become one of the public faces of Google, providing a number of press interviews and appearing at events frequently to speak on behalf of the company.
After graduating from Wausau West High School in 1993, Mayer was one of two delegates from Wisconsin selected by the Governor of that state to attend the National Youth Science Camp in West Virginia. The NYSC is funded by the NYSF
Mayer received her B.S. in Symbolic systems, graduating with honors, and M.S. in Computer Science from Stanford University. For both degrees, she specialized in artificial intelligence. In 2009, the Illinois Institute of Technology granted Mayer an honoris causa doctorate degree honoring her pathfinding work in the field of search.