April 4 (Bloomberg) -- Eugene Munster, analyst at Piper Jaffray Cos., talks about LarryPage replacing Eric Schmidt as chief executive officer of Google Inc. Munster speaks with... - 04.04.2011, YahooFinance
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
18.02.2012 [Financial Post] - Since taking the helm as chief executive officer last April, Google co-founder LarryPage has been busy charting a new, more aggressive course for the Silicon Valley titan, designed to place Google in a position from which to better combat the new
17.02.2012 [CBS News] - (When the company announced the Motorola Mobility (MMI) acquisition, LarryPage claimed that "Microsoft and Apple are banding together in anti-competitive patent attacks on Android.") Who wants to be caught in the middle of a war?
14.02.2012 [ABC.es] - ... de este profundo cambio de la compañía que en su día fundaron LarryPage y Sergey Brin tiene su origen en la salida a Bolsa en 2004, "cuando tuvieron que responder a los intereses" de miles de inversores que exigían mayores y mejores resultados.
07.02.2012 [Macworld (blog)] - ... Larry and Sergey is to investigate what technical alternatives exist to Java for Android and Chrome,” Lindholm wrote in the August 2010 email, shortly before Oracle filed suit, apparently referring to Google co-founders LarryPage and Sergey Brin.
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.
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
16.02.2012 [Computerworld] - Com 38 anos, LarryPage, à época estudante da Universidade de Standford, fundou o buscador “BackRub” em 1996, que daria origem ao Google dois anos depois. Dona de serviços como Chrome, Gmail, Docs e do sistema operacional Android, a gigante possui um