In Davos, Switzerland, the world's movers and shakers clamored to hear from Yahoo CEO's Marissa Mayer at the World Economic Forum.
A lot people wanted to hear from Mayer, it was standing room only - with people waiting in line out the door. And the demand for the event's live stream caused the online site to crash.
Mayer was a Google executive when she was tapped to run Yahoo last July. At 37, she not only was the youngest chief executive of a Fortune 500 company - she was also 6 months pregnant.
Last September, she gave birth to a baby boy - two weeks later, she returned to her demanding job.
OutFront tonight: CNN International's Richard Quest.
Erin Burnett asked why the interest in Mayer?