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.
25.01.2012 [Muncie Star Press] - Lawrence is survived by his loving wife of fifty-six years, Barbara; son, Larry Page, (fiancé, Cyndi Dosztan), Anderson; daughter, Debbie Hamilton, Muncie; seven granddaughters, April Albert, (husband, Brian), Muncie, Ashley Hamilton, Muncie
April 4 (Bloomberg) -- Terry Winograd, a professor at Stanford University, discusses the outlook for Google Inc. as co-founder Larry Page takes over as chief executive officer... - 04.04.2011, Bloomberg
April 4 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Nejra Cehic reports on the challenges facing Google Inc. co-founder Larry Page as he takes on the role of chief executive officer at the... - 04.04.2011, YahooFinance
April 4 (Bloomberg) -- Ken Auletta, author of "Googled: The End of the World as We Know It," talks about co-founder Larry Page replacing Eric Schmidt as chief executive officer of... - 04.05.2011, Bloomberg
18.02.2012 [MyFox Phoenix] - Schmidt, who stepped aside as chief executive in April after almost 10 years to make way for co-founder Larry Page, adopted the stock trading plan in November, according to a regulatory filing on Friday. Under the terms of the plan, Schmidt intends to
18.02.2012 [Financial Post] - Since taking the helm as chief executive officer last April, Google co-founder Larry Page 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
07.02.2012 [BetaNews] - The practice jumped quite dramatically after Larry Page returned as Google CEO in April 2011, and it's not abating. Favoritism should be a concern, given that impartiality -- and with it trust -- is crucial to Google's core product (search) and profit