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Marissa Mayer

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  • After Yahoo, Best Buy also rethinks telecommuting

    Electronics retailer Best Buy is calling its workers back into the office, shutting down its experiment with flexible workplace hours a week after Yahoo Chief Executive Marissa Mayer put the kibosh on telecommuting at her own company. Best Buy said...
  • 'Binders full of women': What's happening with the gender gap?

    So by now, Mitt Romney’s “binders full of women” comment from Tuesday night’s presidential debate has long passed into meme territory. It’s been branded the new “Big Bird.” Inevitably, some are questioning the...
  • Tribune Co., parent of L.A. Times, emerges from bankruptcy

    Tribune Co., parent of L.A. Times, emerges from bankruptcy
    The new year represents a long-awaited new start for the Tribune Co. The newspaper and television conglomerate emerged from bankruptcy Monday, a financially stronger version of the company that sought court protection four years ago but one that still...
  • No moms in macro trading? Paul Tudor Jones backpedals on comments

    Anne-Marie Slaughter. Marissa Mayer. Sheryl Sandberg. Paul Tudor Jones? The founder of Tudor Investment Corp. seems, almost by accident, to be the newest voice in the debate about women at work. The hedge fund honcho, ranked 123rd on Forbes’...
  • Bay Bridge set to shine with massive 25,000-light display

     
    The Golden Gate Bridge might be one of San Francisco's most beloved landmarks, but come Tuesday night, it's another bridge's time to shine....
  • Getting past the clouds of doubt and seizing joy

     Getting past the clouds of doubt and seizing joy
    Today we debut Balancing Act, a weekly column from the Tribune's Heidi Stevens that will explore the challenges — big, small, tragic, comic or all of the above — of juggling life and work in a not-always obliging world. An overwhelming...
  • Bay Bridge lighting generates excitement in Bay Area

     
    There was growing anticipation in the Bay Area as officials prepared to turn on 25,000 LEDs that will illuminate the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. Organizers have mapped out the best views of Tuesday's 9 p.m. lighting ceremony, listing hotels,...
  • Bay Bridge light display dazzles San Francisco

     
    Thousands of people crowded the waterfront and tuned in online to watch Tuesday's formal debut of "The Bay Lights," the massive 25,000-light display on the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. The 1.8-mile long, 500-foot-tall piece — billed the "world'...
  • A return to the new Flickr

     
    After a two year absence I'm back using Flickr. I had lost interest and let my pro account lapse but with their new user interface introduced this week and improved smart phone app, it has piqued my interest. As if I really need to tinker with another...
  • Yahoo's 'no more working at home' edict draws boos

     
    Story: Marissa Mayer, one of only a handful of women leading Fortune 500 companies, has become the talk of Twitter and Silicon Valley for her controversial move to end telecommuting at the struggling Internet pioneer [Yahoo, Inc.].... Hundreds of...
  • There's no place like the home office

     
    it’s likely that Yahoo’s new ban will force remote workers to alter their work lives in a way that will lower their productivity. It will also put Yahoo at odds with just about every other tech company in Silicon Valley—firms......