17.02.2012 [Business Insider] - What does he know about Apps? In LarryPage's big reorg last spring, Pichai was promoted to become one of seven senior vice presidents reporting directly to Page. His title was Senior VP of Chrome. But some time in the last six months or so
17.02.2012 [Seeking Alpha] - LarryPage, in his comments on the deal, pointed out that Google, along with two strong businesses, also acquired a large patent portfolio. I am not an expert on patents (or much else for that matter), but I would just like to point out that Motorola's
05.02.2012 [Rebelión] - “Si tenés una cuenta en Google y estás logueado, podemos combinar información que ingresaste en un servicio con la información de otras aplicaciones”, sintetizó la compañía dirigida por LarryPage. Rutinario en apariencia, el anuncio representa un
Lawrence "Larry" Page (born March 26, 1973) is an American computer scientist and Internet entrepreneur who, with Sergey Brin, is best known as the co-founder of Google. On April 4, 2011, he took on the role of chief executive officer of Google, replacing Eric Schmidt. , his personal wealth is estimated to be $20.3 billion, ranking him #13 on the Forbes 400 list of richest Americans.
Jan. 21 (Bloomberg) -- Bob Rice, managing partner at Tangent Capital Partners LLC, talks about Google Inc.'s announcement that co-founder LarryPage will replace Eric Schmidt as... - 01.21.2011, Bloomberg
20.02.2012 [The Australian] - Schmidt's decision to sell some of his shares comes 10 months after he ended his 10-year stint as Google's CEO and turned the job over to one of the internet search leader's co-founders, LarryPage. Page and co-founder Sergey Brin filed plans to sell 5
19.02.2012 [Indian Express] - Google chief executive officer LarryPage is clearly looking beyond not just search — still the main cog in its profit-making machine — but software entirely. Here's why: Apple's $465-billion-odd market capitalisation is currently greater than
19.02.2012 [Jakarta Globe] - Google co-founder and chief executive LarryPage said the acquisition would allow the company “to better protect Android from anti-competitive threats from Microsoft, Apple and other companies.” The gradual morphing of Google from the leader of
19.02.2012 [El Observador] - ... como el ex Presidente de los Estados Unidos Bill Clinton, los ganadores del Premio Nobel James D. Watson, Murray Gell-Mann y Al Gore, el co-fundador de Microsoft, Bill Gates, los co-fundadores de Google Sergey Brin y LarryPage, y Billy Graham.
The Star Trek computer doesn't seem that interesting. They ask it random questions, it thinks for a while. I think we can do better than that. - Quoted in Ben Elgin, "Google's Goal: "Understand Everything," BusinessWeek (2004-05-03)
12.02.2012 [CNN México.com] - Aunque ha tenido algunas pifias (como hablar con un falso LarryPage, cofundador de Google, y no darse cuenta de que el perfil de su esposa no era real), Murdoch está activo en el sitio y parece que lo hará durante mucho tiempo.
14.02.2012 [ITProPortal] - ... Google's commitments to information rights of their users and EU citizens, until we have completed our analysis," said Jacob Kohnstamm, chairman of the group of 27 national privacy regulators in the EU, in a public letter to Google CEO LarryPage.
25.01.2012 [Fortune] - Disappointing quarter aside, it's too early to tell whether Google is fundamentally doing better or worse under LarryPage. But the company is more focused, more willing to take risks and -- for the first time in years -- more interesting.
06.02.2012 [GigaOm] - After all, it's fifteen years since the Italian academic created Hyper Search, a system for ranking web pages that proved a great inspiration for LarryPage and Sergey Brin's early attempts in online search. But while the Google founders went on to
17.02.2012 [Techzone360] - And, in just past few days, the European Union's Article 29 Working Party, the umbrella organization that includes 27 data protection authorities in the EU and has jurisdiction over such things, sent a letter to Google CEO LarryPage asking for more
19.02.2012 [Register] - There was a cull of such projects – including Google Labs, Google Health and Google PowerMeter – when LarryPage took the helm as CEO, vowing to "put more wood behind fewer arrows". Wallet is closer to market than those, and is unlikely to go away
02.02.2012 [Daily Beast] - Back in the old days, which is to say 2004, the planet was agog over the vast riches of a pair of puppies named Sergey Brin and LarryPage. The cofounders of Google, both Brin and Page turned 31 that year, but on the day Google went public
29.01.2012 [TechCrunch] - LarryPage recently announced that he is quite thrilled with Google+'s explosive growth — with 90 million registered accounts and 80% of the people engaging on a weekly basis across all Google properties. The problem, of course, is that very few of
08.02.2012 [ITProPortal] - In the email, Tim Lindholm - the Google engineer in question, wrote to two Google leaders including LarryPage himself, suggesting that the company should negotiate for acquiring a license for the use of Java in Android.
13.02.2012 [Register] - He now stands – or perhaps perches – on the shoulders of tech giants such as Bill Gates, LarryPage and, er, Paris Hilton, who are a little bit frightening. Many of you jumped at the chance of getting your name in the pages of El Reg.
09.02.2012 [Minnesota Daily] - In late January, eight US Representatives sent a letter to Google CEO LarryPage with concerns about Google's policies, specifically whether users could opt out of the new rules. “Google's consolidation of its privacy policies potentially touches
17.02.2012 [Minyanville.com] - The Mountain View, California-based company has shifted its focus from myriad offerings to a few better known and larger products, said Chief Executive Officer LarryPage in a conference call January 19. “We're closing 12 of our products
11.02.2012 [Wired News (blog)] - For men like LarryPage, it's turning into something else. The dollar-a-year salary was important in Google's early years, when the search engine still had something to prove. AltaVista, Yahoo, Lycos — all were former threats that loomed over the
02.02.2012 [FleshEatingZipper] - There was a time before LarryPage took over the reins at Google where everything and anything flew. It just went. If it could be engineered, Google sought it out. One of the most highly visible products was Wave, which was supposed to change the
17.02.2012 [Investorplace.com] - CEO LarryPage said during Google's third-quarter earnings call that mobile revenue totaled $2.5 billion for the period, but didn't provide market-by-market details. During its most recent earnings call, Google declined to mention mobile revenues
07.02.2012 [Fox Business] - In that case, in US District Court in San Francisco, Judge William Alsup ordered Oracle CEO Larry Ellison and Google CEO LarryPage to appear before a US magistrate in San Jose, Calif., last fall. Alsup had rejected a demand by Oracle that Google
18.02.2012 [Expansión.com] - Steve Jobs de Apple, Mark Zuckerberg de Facebook o LarryPage de Google, son las estrellas, pero en Silicon Valley hay miles de emprendedores que a pesar de no ser tan famosos, han tenido éxito. Por lo que, durante mi viaje por San Francisco estaba muy
25.01.2012 [tuexperto.com] - El descontento ha ido creciendo poco a poco hasta que el propio gran jefe, LarryPage, ha comunicado a sus empleados “Este es el camino que hemos decidido seguir para la empresa, un producto que lo unifique todo. Si no estáis de acuerdo con ello
10.02.2012 [El Mundo.es] - Sólo LarryPage y Sergey Brin, los fundadores del buscador, comenzaron a trabajar en Google antes que Silverstein, que empezó su etapa en la empresa en 1998. Por lo tanto, Silverstein ha vivido desde dentro los más de 13 años de historia de Google y ha
03.02.2012 [Expansión.com] - Bill Gates, LarryPage y Mark Zuckerberg tuvieron una idea y la convirtieron en una empresa de éxito. Gracia a ello son algunos de los emprendedores más influyentes. Bill Gates Creó junto a Paul Allen el gigante del software Microsoft a los 20 años de
03.02.2012 [Cinco Días] - Sergey Brin y LarryPage habían dejado la Universidad de Standford y habían alquilado un local por 1.700 dólares mensuales. Tenían un lema, "Don't be evil" ("no seas malo"), y una gran idea: poner orden en la imnensidad de internet.