27.01.2012 [Business Insider] - LarryPage says that looking out for their employees pays off for Google in the long-run. According to Page, the company's health care costs have grown less rapidly compared to other businesses mainly because they have healthy food available for their
14.02.2012 [Forbes] - LarryPage, 38, heads a company whose name has become a colloquial verb. We almost all say “I'll Google it” when we want to research something, as the search engine has become the world's go-to place for information, video, mail, maps and images.
In his Las Vegas speech, company's co-founder and president of products said Google would sell some videos for as little as 99 cents. CES 2006 keynote: Google's LarryPage Format:... - 01.09.2006, RandomWebVideo
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 [msnbc.com] - With Google's market cap of $199.05 billion, CEO LarryPage will make this list for another two years. Then he turns 41. By Jacquelyn Smith, Mark Zuckerberg is only 27, but the company he's chief executive of, Facebook, may be worth anywhere from $75
15.02.2012 [Sacramento Bee] - 15, 2012 -- /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Consumer Watchdog has asked the House Commerce, Manufacturing and Trade Subcommittee Committee to hold hearings on Google's new privacy and data policy and to call Google CEO LarryPage " to explain his company's
14.02.2012 [CNET (blog)] - Those programs were all canceled after Google's CEO LarryPage said the company needed to focus on its core business and "put more wood behind fewer arrows." "Google often jumps head-first into new projects, paddles around, and then decides whether
02.02.2012 [ZDNet (blog)] - Some industry watchers expected Mr Zuckerberg to try to best LarryPage's eloquent and impassioned “Founder's Letter” that launched Google's IPO. Both founders were close in age when they wrote letters introducing their company to prospective
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.
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 [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