In 1996, Sergey Brin and his Stanford Ph.D. classmate Larry Page started developing what would become the Google search engine. Today, Google is one of the world's largest companies, with a market cap of more than $450 billion. BrinShow More Summary
Google shares are surging to record highs, up nearly 15% as of early Friday afternoon. It's the largest one-day rally in the company's history. This is great news for shareholders, especially Google's cofounders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, who have each added about $4 billion to their already sizable fortunes today. Show More Summary
Larry Page and Sergey Brin are each $4 billion richer thanks to Ruth Porat and a big quarter for Google.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — After years of big spending on risky projects that CEO Larry Page proudly hails as "moonshots," Google may be launching into a new orbit of financial discipline. Excluding stock compensation expense and several other...Show More Summary
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — After years of big spending on risky projects that CEO Larry Page proudly hails as "moonshots," Google may be launching into a new orbit of financial discipline. Investor hopes for a more austere Google are largely tied to the arrival of a new chief financial officer, Ruth Porat. Show More Summary
Google CEO Larry Page has a new role model: Berkshire Hathaway's Warren Buffett. Page is apparently taking inspiration from Buffett as he looks for the best techniques to manage a 55,000-person Internet company which is adjusting to a period of slower revenue growth and increased cost controls, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. Show More Summary
Nikola Tesla was a famous 20th century Serbian-American scientist who is most famous for designing the alternating current (AC) electricity supply system. The world-famed engineer could speak in eight languages, had an eidetic memory and held 300 patents by the time he died. Show More Summary
When Glassdoor named the 50 highest-rated CEOs of 2015 in early June, we noticed something lacking from the list: women. Google CEO Larry Page topped the list, with an approval rating of 97 percent out of 100. Other Bay Area execs like Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, Tim Cook of Apple and Jeff Weiner of LinkedIn
Nothing quite says "I've made it" like a luxury yacht decked out with amenities. The superyacht has become a status symbol among the wealthiest in tech — from Google CEO Larry Page's 193-foot "Senses" all the way up to Microsoft cofounder...Show More Summary
Wow! After 14 years, Larry Page reckons Google needs a new mission statement. I guess those ‘10 things we know to be true’ aren’t quite the certainties they were when Google was just another search engine ($372,000,000,000 ago). Hardly surprising, given that it’s now one of the world’s top three most-valuable companies [...]
Everyone wants to be rich and successful. But the billionaires of the modern age—Elon Musk, Larry Page, Bill Gates—go beyond their bank accounts towards a goal to positively effect the lives of a billion people. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary
Google's Chief Executive Larry Page has announced the tech giant's latest moonshot, a new company whose mission is to revolutionize urban life.
U.S. Senator Bill Nelson sent a letter to Google CEO Larry Page on Tuesday asking the company to detail how it selects content for the YouTube Kids application, and what steps Google is taking to ensure children are not being exposed to unsuitable content. Show More Summary
In general, nine out of 10 startups fail. But the ones who make it all have one thing in common: a brilliant idea. Like these self-made billionaires did with their companies. Larry Page and Sergey Brin were PhD students at Stanford when they first came up with the idea of a search engine. Show More Summary
Google's products are designed with the goal of improving your digital life, but the company now wants to help city dwellers IRL with Sidewalk Labs. In a Google+ post Wednesday, Google CEO Larry Page announced the formation of Sidewalk Labs, which has the lofty goal of trying to make city life better for all. Show More Summary
The venture, led by former CEO of Bloomberg LP alongside Google CEO Larry Page, will build new technology platforms to transform and improve city life
Google’s Chief Executive Larry Page has announced the tech giant’s latest moonshot, a new company whose mission is to revolutionize urban life.
There’s outside the box thinking, and then there’s whatever goes through Larry Page’s head.One day the Google chief executive read online that someone a few decades ago had launched a hot-air balloon that circumvented the world a few times. Show More Summary
Google hires a lot of really smart people. Those smart people do a lot of really crazy things. Just today, Google founder Larry Page announced the founding of Sidewalk Labs, a spin-off from the search giant with a mandate to make cities a better place to live. Show More Summary
Google is starting a new, independent urban innovation company called Sidewalk Labs that aims to improve cities, according to a post on Google+ by CEO Larry Page. Here's the full post: Many of you are reading this post while living in a city. Show More Summary