Marissa Mayer's baby boy has a name...Macallister.
Ever since Mayer delivered her baby on September 30, the public has known him only as BBBB—Big Baby Boy Bogue, the moniker given to him by mom and dad, Zachary Bogue.
Turns out, Mayer and husband Zack, a lawyer who recently started a fund to invest in big-data companies, considered a couple of dozen names from friends but settled on one that they had been thinking about for a while.
Why Macallister? Mayer has a thing for M's—she's an MM, as is her mother, Margaret. More importantly, the parents decided that Macallister Bogue has a strong Scottish ring to it.
Mayer, whom I profiled in the current 40 Under 40 issue of Fortune, sped through maternity leave and has been back at Yahoo since last Monday. Today at 5 p.m. EST, she conducts her first-ever quarterly earnings call. You can listen to the call here.
She is No. 3 on Fortune's 40 Under 40, No. 14 on the Fortune Most Powerful Women list, and at 37, the youngest CEO--male or female--on the Fortune 500.
How did Marissa Mayer climb so far so fast?
This picture of Mayer--who is on the right, with her best friend from childhood, Abigail Garvey Wilson--offers a glimpse of where she came from. I talked with Abby, as well as dozens of other MOREPatricia Sellers - Oct 12, 2012 9:44 AM ET
"The relationship trumps the issue."
--Premal Shah, President of Kiva, the microfinance website that connects citizen lenders with entrepreneurs around the world. I interviewed Shah for Fortune's list of 40 under 40 in the current issue--he's No. 31 with Kiva CEO Matt Flannery.
While Shah's passion for microfinace drives him, it can also be a stumbling block. "Like a lot of entrepreneurs, and especially social entrepreneurs, I get pretty fired up and MOREJessica Shambora, Writer-Reporter - Oct 28, 2009 5:59 PM ET
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