She Was Google's 16th Employee and YouTube's CEO for 25 Years. Now, She Is Getting Her Own Barbie Doll and So Are Her Sisters.
Susan Wojcicki is one of the seven women, including her sisters Anne and Janet, to be honored with their own Barbie dolls for International Women's Day.
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki was one of the original 20 employees of Google.
Though she has spoken extensively about gender bias in the workplace, Wojcicki is hoping to dial back the rhetoric in certain venues.
Back then, the search giant was looking at YouTube, then a tiny unprofitable Silicon Valley startup.
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The video platform is finally considering a paid-subscription option that will allow users to avoid ads.
Susan Wojcicki, Google's 16th employee, has been named CEO of YouTube as the company sharpens its focus on the video sharing property's ad-selling prospects.