Women in tech succeed when taking calculated risks

01/17/2013 | Xconomy

Risk-taking is part of anyone's climb to the top of their field, but some recent examples of women leaders in technology show that a bold but measured approach to career risk-taking may be best for women following in their footsteps. In this blog post, Shellye Archambeau notes, for example, that Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer turned down more attractive offers and took a chance by joining Google when it still was a new company in 1999.

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