Susan Wojcicki: The Most Important Googler You've Never Heard Of

Monday Feb 7th 2011 by Datamation.com Staff
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The San Jose Mercury News profiles the woman who owned the garage where Google started.

San Jose Mercury News: Susan Wojcicki owned the garage where Larry Page and Sergey Brin first launched Google, and she later became its 16th employee and first marketing manager. She is now one of twelve Google vice presidents and is responsible for overseeing the advertising products that accounted for 96 percent of Google's 2010 revenues. However, few outside the company realize how important she has been to its success.

The San Jose Mercury News profiles the woman who was a driving force behind AdSense, the acquisitions of DoubleClick and YouTube, and the Google doodles.

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