Fortune released its annual list of the 50 top business people of 2013 on Thursday. We've culled through it to find the top 5 from the tech world. The list is surprising. While Google CEO Larry Page (No. 8), Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer (No. Show More Summary
Larry Page’s dream of making it possilbe to search every book ever published is revived by a court ruling on copyright. In 2002, a 29-year-old computer scientist and entrepreneur in California named Larry Page decided that his young company, Google, should digitize every book in the world to make them searchable. Show More Summary
Who needs quick cash if you truly believe in the future of your company? Lessons from the Mark Zuckerberg, Larry Page, Michael Bloomberg, and Steve Jobs playbook. We're all aware how A-list actors such as George Clooney and Brad Pitt usually make about $20 million up front and then 10% of the back-end to appear in a new motion picture. Show More Summary
The tech world has created a long list of industry celebrities. Most people know of Larry Page, Jack Dorsey, David Karp, or Kevin Systrom. We recognize their names. We know their stories. But more often than not, a big success (or even a string of them) doesn't lead to tech stardom. Show More Summary
We look at structures like Versailles or the Great Pyramid and marvel at how they were built on the whims of rich and powerful individuals. But here's the thing. Louis XIV, with his fancy house, and Khufu, with his big gravestone, haven't got a thing on Google CEO Larry Page. Show More Summary
If you're like me, you've probably always assumed that Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are pretty great at writing code. You may have even assumed that Page and Brin wrote the code that made Google.com so fast and powerful as long ago as the late 1990s. Show More Summary
Stanley Druckenmiller, the billionaire manager of Duquesne Capital (now a family office), told CNBC that his largest investment position right now is Google. Druckenmiller, who previously had a reputation for being press shy, told CNBC today that he added a little more to his Google position following the tech giant's third-quarter earnings results. Show More Summary
Thanks to Google's record-breaking stock price, which closed the day at $1,011.41, up 122%, Google's co-founders found themselves worth $3 billion more Friday than Thursday. CEO Larry Page ended the day up $3 billion, while director of special projects Sergey Brin is up $2.93 billion, according to Forbes Real Time Billionaire's index. Show More Summary
Shares of Google (GOOG) today closed up $110.91, or 12.5%, at $999.70, after crossing the $1,000 line and hitting a high of $1,015.46, following better-than-expected Q3 results yesterday afternoon, with CEO Larry Page saying the company was making progress in stitching together all its properties to reach users on any device at any time. Google beat expectations that [...]
Google CEO Larry Page is stepping back from one of his public roles at the company, but investors have hardly lost faith. Instead, they've pushed Google shares past $1,000 -- nearly a mirror-opposite of Apple's year.
Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) today announced financial results for the quarter ended September 30, 2013. “Google had another strong quarter with $14.9 billion in revenue and great product progress,” said Larry Page, CEO of Google. “WeShow More Summary
In light of Google’s big earnings beat on Thursday night, sending the stock surging past $1,000 to an all-time high, there was one major drag: Motorola. Kicking off the earnings call, CEO Larry Page hyped up the Moto X, which Google unveiled earlier last quarter. Show More Summary
Right off the bat in Google’s conference call to discuss earnings Thursday, CEO Larry Page had this to say: “People tend to overestimate the impact of technology in the short-term, yet underestimate the scale of change longer term.” Substitute “Google” for “technology” in that sentence – which may in fact be the subtext Page was going for – and...
Everyone is interested in when Google will finally start selling driverless cars to the public. But on Google's Q3 earnings call yesterday, only one Wall Street analyst actually asked about it: Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster. In a nutshell,...Show More Summary
Google Inc. (GOOG) Q3 2013 Earnings Conference Call October 17, 2013 04:30 PM ET Executives Larry Page - CEO Patrick Pichette - SVP and CFO Nikesh Arora - SVP and Chief Business Officer Jane Penner - Director, Investor Relations Analysts Mark Mahaney - RBC Capital Markets LLC Ben Schachter - Macquarie Capital Inc. Show More Summary
"Great is just never good enough," according to Google CEO Larry Page. And on today's Q3 2013 earnings call, the state of Google mirrors its CEO's statement pretty well. Google itself is doing as well as it ever has financially, raking in almost $15 billion in revenue for the quarter. Motorola,...
Cars that drive themselves. Eyeglasses with tiny built-in computers. High-altitude balloons that carry the internet everywhere. A cure for aging. These are a few of the blue-sky products is pouring money into developing at the moment. And to any investors who might consider them a waste of capital, CEO offered a strong rebuttal on Wednesday’s [...]
Google co-founder and CEO Larry Page said he would be limiting the number of earnings conference calls he takes part in as he prioritizes his time.
Google had a great Q3, with revenue growing 12 percent. Google CEO Larry Page would love to spend more of that money on moonshots.
Nov. 12 - 13, 2013 San Francisco, CA Tickets On Sale Now During Google’s quarterly earnings call Thursday afternoon, CEO Larry Page said he may not participate in the company’s future financial reporting calls. It’s somewhat unusual for major tech …