After nearly five years as CEO at Yahoo, Marissa Mayer has resigned, walking away with $23 million in her pocket.
Mayer stepped down from her role as the company finalised its deal with Verizon, which purchased the technology firm for a reported $4.5 billion this week.
Mayer was celebrated as a progressive hire to turn the faltering internet giant around in 2012, with a focus on its core display advertising, email and financial products the priority as it continued to lose the battle for search to her ex-employer Google.
It still seems harsh today to blame Mayer for all of Yahoo's failings. The company was in dire straits when she took over and would have taken a miraculous effort to get the company back to where it was during the dot com boom.
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