engine - 1:25 pm on Sep 26, 2012 (gmt 0)
New Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer took to the stage today at the Silicon Valley Internet company’s URL’s Café on its Sunnyvale, Calif., HQ campus to outline — in very broad strokes — her plans for the future.
Very broad, as it turned out, and full of corporate bromides that many in attendance said were very well delivered by the former Google exec.
What she did not show, although Mayer had promised “an act of radical transparency”: Highly specific plans for overhauling search and email, as well as an in-process and dramatic home page redesign. She also said little about what she is going to do with Yahoo’s recent cash haul from its sale of part of its stake in China’s Alibaba.
Instead, it was big picture all the way, with a lot of small details. (It also bears a strong resemblance to plans once pushed by former product chief Blake Irving.)
Marissa Meyer Outlines Some Of The CEO's Future Plans For Yahoo [allthingsd.com]