Google co-founder Larry Page and the tiny country of Luxembourg are angling for first-mover advantage in the asteroid mining industry.
With the new Google CEO in place, Larry Page is leaving the big decisions to Sundar Pichai. This year, Sundar Pichai rolled out a big update on one of Google’s products, the Google Hangouts. Google Hangouts is a Skype alternative. It has chat features, video conferencing and basic call features. Show More Summary
Luxembourg is planning to go into space to mine minerals from asteroids — and it will get help from Google founder Larry Page. Luxemburger Wort, one of the country's newspapers, reported that Etienne Schneider, Luxembourg's deputy prime...Show More Summary
Luxembourg is planning to go into space to mine minerals from asteroids — and it's going to get help from Google founder Larry Page. Luxemburger Wort, one of the country's newspapers, reported that Luxembourg's Deputy Prime MinisterShow More Summary
Alphabet says its "other bets" were responsible for $448 million in revenue and $3.57 billion in operating losses last year
Conor Dougherty provides a look at how he covers Google and its elusive chief executive, Larry Page.
No one can deny the value of a well constructed and well communicated narrative. There was a fab New York Times article about Larry Page this weekend that will continue to define how we feel about the business of Alphabet. In that article...Show More Summary
In a recent New York Times profile of Alphabet CEO Larry Page, Conor Dougherty reports that Page is known for asking employees seemingly simple questions about how they do their jobs. Page, who cofounded Google with Sergey Brin, reorganized its corporate structure last year and became CEO of Google's parent company, Alphabet. Show More Summary
In a meeting in Mountain View the other day someone said "would it pass Larry's toothbrush test?". Larry Page likes to judge new products and services by asking this question. It means can you imagine this being used twice a...
Mr. Page is hardly the first Silicon Valley chief with a case of intellectual wanderlust, but to a rare degree he has made his company a reflection of his personal fascinations.
"You need to be a bit uncomfortable to stay relevant," Google CEO Larry Page declared in August. With that philosophy in mind, Page and his Google cofounder Sergey Brin completely upended their $500 billion company this year They set...Show More Summary
Alphabet unified the projects previously part of Google Life Sciences under a new operating company called Verily whose CEO is Andy Conrad.
Geek is chic. I’m not talking about tech geeks such as Mark Zuckerberg, Sergei Brin, or Larry Page, or the breathless hunt for data scientists throughout the media business. No, I’m talking about the kind of geeks that pine for yet another revival of ‘Carrie the Musical’ and can’t wait to [...]
Google parent Alphabet's Larry Page and Apple CEO Tim Cook round out the top 3 of the annual MediaGuardian 100 power list, while Taylor Swift moves up and Rupert Murdoch is the highest-ranked traditional media boss. read more
Not every new idea is destined to be great. Sometimes even the most promising concepts end up in the scrap pile. You probably never heard about Google Here, but the project was so big that Alphabet CEO Larry Page himself made the final decision to abandon it. Show More Summary
If you work at Google headquarters or you just happen to be visiting, there is a very good chance you will bump into Larry Page, Sergey Brin, or Google CEO Sundar Pichai. There is also a very good chance that without a meeting at their...Show More Summary
If you work at Google or parent company Alphabet, you won't be hard-pressed to spot top executives like founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin or Google CEO Sundar Pichai around the Mountain View campus. But good luck actually talking to them. Show More Summary
Tech pundit Tim O’Reilly had just tried the new Google Photos app, and he was amazed by the depth of its artificial intelligence. O’Reilly was standing a few feet from Google CEO and co-founder Larry Page this past May, at a small cocktail reception for the press at the annual Google I/O conference—the centerpiece of the company’s year. Show More Summary
This week's Fortune Global Forum in San Francisco has brought together some of high-tech's most glittery stars -- Google's (excuse us, "Alphabet's") Larry Page, Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg, even Theranos' beleaguered Elizabeth Holmes--to give their views on the future of their industries and their...
In 2001, less than five years after it was founded, Google had already opened its first international office, offered search in 15 different languages and built a team of 400 employees. Larry Page, one of its founders and now CEO, was determined to continue growing while keeping the company nimble and bureaucracy-free. Show More Summary