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Eric Schmidt departs, and Alphabet’s era of adult supervision is over

When Eric Schmidt joined Google as CEO in 2001, the theory was that the company’s founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, needed a seasoned tech executive to help them run the burgeoning business they had created. When he gave up thatShow More Summary

Eric Schmidt Stepping Down as Executive Chairman of Alphabet

Alphabet press release: “Since 2001, Eric has provided us with business and engineering expertise and a clear vision about the future of technology,” said Larry Page, CEO of Alphabet. “Continuing his 17 years of service o the company, he’ll now be helping us as a technical advisor on science and technology issues. Show More Summary

Andy Rubin Takes Leave Of Absence From Essential Amid Report Of 'Inappropriate Relationship' At Google

Andy Rubin, the co-founder of Android, left Google in 2014 to launch a startup incubator in what was seemingly an amicable departure. "I want to wish Andy all the best with what's next," Google co-founder Larry Page said in a statement following the announcement of Rubin's exit. Show More Summary

Let’s Go Invent Tomorrow

L ET'S GO INVENT TOMORROW is a collection of 365 quotes on business and life from Richard Branson, Sergey Brin, Warren Buffett, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Jack Ma, Elon Musk, Larry Page, Carlos Slim, Oprah Winfrey, and Mark Zuckerberg. Some are inspiring, and most are thought-provoking. Show More Summary

Senators to Facebook, Google, And Twitter: Where Are Your CEOs?

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey; Alphabet CEO Larry Page; and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg “need to answer for this.” For the second day in a row, executives from Facebook, Google, and Twitter faced intense scrutiny on Capitol Hill. Lawmakers...Show More Summary

Google birthday surprise spinner: Which is the greatest Google Doodle game ever?

IT WAS two decades ago that Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin met on the Stanford campus and soon, from a humble Bay Area garage, began what would become one of the world’s towering tech titans. Among its many early milestones, Google was incorporated in September 1998, and so chooses to mark its birthday from that […]

How Facebook Tricks You Into Trusting Algorithms

Photo. Getty Mark Zuckerberg disingenuously poses as a friendly critic of algorithms. That's how he implicitly contrasts Facebook with his rivals across the way at Google. Over in Larry Page's shop, the algorithm is king, a cold, pulseless ruler. Show More Summary

Alphabet considering $1 billion investment in Lyft: Report

Stick it to Uber: Google's parent company is considering investing a big chunk of cash in Lyft. Alphabet CEO Larry Page is said to be leading the charge.

SO FOR MY NEXT USA TODAY COLUMN I REWATCHED THAT FAMOUS APPLE 1984 COMMERCIAL, and damned if today’s…

SO FOR MY NEXT USA TODAY COLUMN I REWATCHED THAT FAMOUS APPLE 1984 COMMERCIAL, and damned if today’s Silicon Valley doesn’t look just like the bad guys. That could practically be Larry Page or Mark Zuckerberg up there on the big screen....

Thursday Lunchtime Links: Last Muni Metro Shutdown Weekend Approaches

What Larry Page should say to James Damore, legendary AIDS program ends, Bruce Lee's plaque. [ more › ]

The Email Larry Page Should Have Written to James Damore

The Economist, writing from the point of view of Larry Page: Your interpretation is wrong. Your memo was a great example of what’s called “motivated reasoning” — seeking out only the information that supports what you already believe. Show More Summary

The fabulous life of Google cofounder and Alphabet CEO Larry Page (GOOG, GOOGL)

Larry Page is one of the most powerful people in the world. The quirky, soft-spoken computer scientist cofounded Google with Sergey Brin in 1998 and now, almost 20 years later, still runs its parent company, Alphabet. So who's the man...Show More Summary

Former Google engineer Anthony Levandowski was reportedly working with Larry Page on flying cars (GOOG)

Former Google engineer Anthony Levandowski allegedly worked with Alphabet (Google's parent company) CEO Larry Page on flying cars in one of Page's startups, The Wall Street Journal reports. Levandowski was one of Google's top engineers...Show More Summary

From Driverless Cars to Flying Cars: Former Google Engineer Also Worked on Larry Page's Project

Google co-founder Larry Page’s flying-car startup enlisted star Google engineer Anthony Levandowski to work on the project, according to people familiar with the matter, months before Mr. Levandowski left the tech giant last year, allegedly with trade secrets, for rival Uber Technologies Inc.

An unhelpful Larry Page throws Uber's lawyers lots of shade during his deposition (GOOG, GOOGL)

Uber's lawyers are asking a judge to order Google co-founder Larry Page to sit for two more hours of questioning in the massive lawsuit between the two companies. The lawsuit centers on trade secrets allegedly stolen from Waymo, Alphabet's...Show More Summary

Here's why Google went to Burning Man to find its next CEO

Steven Kotler is a performance expert and the coauthor of "Stealing Fire." In this video, Kotler explains why Google relies on creating group-flow states, and how Larry Page and Sergey Brin used Burning Man to find the right CEO. Following...Show More Summary

Jared Kushner Helps Out His Little Brother

Last month Jared Kushner organized a meeting of tech giants to meet with President Trump. Tim Cook was there. Jeff Bezos was there. Larry Page was there. In all, companies with market caps ranging from $9 billion to $770 billion were there. Plus the CEO of a teensy little startup with a market cap of […]

Tuesday Morning Roundup: Uber Gets Four Hours Of Larry Page

Facebook hoax, quote ignorance, Vallejo cops cleared. [ more › ]

Uber can depose Alphabet CEO Larry Page in Waymo suit - Roadshow

6 months agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

Judge rules lawyers for Uber get up to four hours to question Page, the latest in an ongoing legal drama between Alphabet's self-driving unit and the ride-sharing company.

Uber can depose Alphabet CEO Larry Page in Waymo suit - Roadshow

6 months agoVehicles / Cars : Car Tech

Judge rules lawyers for Uber get up to four hours to question Page, the latest in an ongoing legal drama between Alphabet's self-driving unit and the ride-sharing company.

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