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-- -- All right it's getting confusing communism and it wedding day.
A case that Yahoo! has a new CEO she's 37 years old she's been three days on the -- yes she's bringing home 69 dollars -- -- I was very -- at a minimum should bring down sixty million bucks yet completed switching gears here and and talking about you know I I think hot button topic.
In men in the professional world in the technology world for females and an entrepreneur -- viewers out there.
She's a woman hill already has a net worth of about 300 million dollars and -- -- from Google and then she is asked to leave Yahoo!.
And the yesterday the company filed an SEC report which is normal they always have to -- -- giving us an indication of what Yahoo! pays paying her to learn her over.
To their cited -- table and it's a pretty handsome.
-- compensation package.
A million dollars per year salary two million dollars per year -- bonus find out 42 million dollars over three year is.
-- in options at thirteen million dollars for leaving Google you add everything up when we're talking.
-- to something like a hundred million dollars over five years.
He tremendous amount of money right and it's tremendous because.
Because the issuer number but also its double let -- -- paid its previous CEOs.
Scott Thompson the guy who just left in May was only offered 29 million Carol Bartz.
Was offered something around 46 million dollars so she's certainly.
Demanding a premium and for good reason I mean she is sort of iconic in the technology industry.
She is a background like know whether she.
Gluten was groomed and the twentieth employee -- Google and knows that company inside and out which is invaluable really.
And and not an easy Lauren and that's one -- things are you seeing as they're using paid to to bring her over and it's sparking a lot of debate and discussion because people are seeing this is egregious people are saying.
-- not only that she just -- onto the job she's pregnant she's due in a couple of months.
She's gonna take some time off an -- is gonna come back how does that factor into things.
It's -- etc.
it just is worthy of conversation now by any sense that your biggest competitor -- -- -- Yahoo! is Google and this is a woman who is at number employee number it's -- from the beginning yet again -- they want her and they're gonna pay her for that.
But -- really just increases.
The target on her because when she can't do the job because the final as the former credit.
Great NN I -- I don't think it's a matter of money that's gonna motivate her range she has money.
-- she's CNN.
At -- it's -- and no one else has been able to do this when they've been paid a lot of money but.
This is like sort of the going rate to learn -- somebody of her caliber.
And her status.
To come over to Yahoo! -- and Wall -- really excited about this -- mean you know I I -- -- sort of covering this.
And hearing for the first time people cheering for Yahoo! as opposed to being critical -- Yahoo! or.
Doubtful of Yahoo! this is the first time that people and -- very long timers saying.
Go get -- we think that maybe it has a chance that.
CO2 Yahoo!'s yes he said you know I'm sensitive to the issues of morale issues that -- discussed.
Let me get my feet wet.
She seemed very approachable dishes that keep working and I guess they'll figure out candy she gave her office number and since I'm on the third floor building a yeah that you know come on by any -- has -- Sort of open door policy.
That somewhat -- Google obviously up until recently.
We'll see -- carries over -- -- she's got a different a whole different set of problems and he's gonna have to deal with turnover.
I'm just a dwindling business.
-- terrible morality of these women kind of timing in and saying you know she's pregnant.
And she's working nor her maternity leave and that's not right and you know the whole cultural thing are we gotta go --
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