09.02.2012 [Business Insider] - More » Sergey Brin is the co-founder of Google — the world's largest search engine — along with LarryPage. The two met as a Ph.D. candidates in computer science at Stanford University. Brin and Page launched the search engine in.
April 4 (Bloomberg) -- Terry Winograd, a professor at Stanford University, discusses the outlook for Google Inc. as co-founder LarryPage takes over as chief executive officer... - 04.04.2011, Bloomberg
17.02.2012 [Wired.co.uk] - The patented and closely-guarded system was developed at Stanford University by LarryPage and Sergey Brin, shortly before the pair founded Google. It essentially decides how important a website is based on the number and importance of websites linking
02.02.2012 [The Guardian] - Google Beginning in 1996, Stanford University graduate students LarryPage and Sergey Brin built a search engine called "BackRub" that used links to determine the importance of individual web pages. By 1998 they had formalized their work, creating the
24.01.2012 [Huffington Post (blog)] - LarryPage and Sergey Brin met at Stanford in 1995, the same year Microsoft released its cleverly named Windows 95. Back then, the two were just computer science nerds trying to find their way in a world without Google -- but they quickly got to work
25.01.2012 [Equipos & Talento] - 25/01/2012 Sergey Brin y LarryPage, dos ingenieros informáticos de Stanford, pusieron en marcha el buscador Google en 1998. Lo que sólo era otra prometedora startup americana, hoy se ha convertido en una enorme multinacional que tiene entre el público
14.02.2012 [El Ciudadano (Chile)] - Google, inventado por LarryPage y Sergey Brin, ingenieros de la Universidad de Stanford, los hizo millonarios luego de que cambiaran para siempre las búsquedas en el ciberespacio y, sobre todo a partir del año 2001, se han incrementado las denuncias
16.05.2011 Google was founded in 1997 by two Stanford University PhD students LarryPage and Sergey Brin whose initial company mission statement was. “To organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful” ...