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Google Execs Take a Break from Marissa Mayer, Lend Her to Yahoo!

There. Someone had to say it. I waited nearly a week. Doesn’t anyone have the balls to speak the obvious, or has Google’s troll-like man-handling of the search marketplace got you all tongue tied?

Google needs Yahoo! to exist and look viable, or else Google is “a monopoly”. Everyone knows Microsoft would drop out of search if there was a good reason. Without Yahoo!, Microsoft is actually keeping Google safe! How long could that be left alone?

And Marissa…. ahh, well, we can just as safely assume Larry & Co. desire a break from her, as we can assume she’ll be back at Google later if she doesn’t achieve incredible amazing success as a woman CEO at Yahoo!, or have that stint lead to the CEO position at HP or eBay or IBM or something else equally as Epic. She’s the Goo Girl… it’s who she is.

“If you love something, set it free; if it comes backs it’s yours, if it doesn’t, it never was.”

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2 Responses to “Google Execs Take a Break from Marissa Mayer, Lend Her to Yahoo!”

  1. netmeg Says:

    Not to wave my girl balls around too much, but yea I said it over at WMW.

  2. Andreas Voniatis Says:

    It’s certainly is a great way of diluting the strength of the paid search alliance between Bing and Yahoo!

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