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.
Google's fantastic trip into wearable technology may be on pause right now, but it's still leaps and bounds ahead of the competition. Three years ago today, Sergey Brin introduced Google Glass with a team of skydivers jumping from aShow More Summary
Google founder Sergey Brin, and his wife of eight years, 23andMe founder Anne Wojcicki, have quietly finalized their divorce, The Daily Mail is reporting. The extremely private couple’s divorce was actually finalized in May, but news of the divorce is just now gaining attention in the media. Show More Summary
Google cofounder Sergey Brin and 23andMe founder Anne Wojcicki have gotten divorced after eight years of marriage. They married in 2007 and have two children together. The divorce was quietly approved in May by a court in Santa Clara County. 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
Alexandra Chong, the CEO of dating app Lulu, got married over the weekend in Jamaica to her long-term boyfriend Jack Brockway. The wedding was a star-studded affair, with sources telling us that guests included Google cofounder Sergey Brin, entrepreneur Richard Branson, Princess Eugenie and Kate Winslet. Show More Summary
In an essay about the future of Google, co-founder Sergey Brin shared a picture of where Google stores your emails and photos. Google used to be notoriously secretive about its data centers and the custom hardware it designs and uses in them. Show More Summary
Brin, who oversees Google's self-driving car initiative, told shareholders Wednesday that the cars aren't perfect. The goal is to be "better that human drivers."
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Google co-founder Sergey Brin sees little reason to release the accident reports involving the Internet company's self-driving cars because he believes there's nothing new in documents that have been withheld soShow More Summary
(AP) — Google co-founder Sergey Brin says the Internet company isn't releasing the accident reports involving its self-driving cars to protect the privacy of the other motorists in the crashes. Even if names were censored from the records,...Show More Summary
Brin issued an addition to the company's proxy statement ahead of Google's shareholder meeting.
Google is known for its ambitious projects, and cofounder Sergey Brin highlights exactly where the company is going in an addition he wrote to the company's proxy statement. The statement doesn't reveal anything new — but it shows how Google sees the technology industry evolving. Show More Summary
The explanation shows up in a new SEC filing from Google today
When Omid Kordestani joined Google in 1999, founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page had a powerful algorithm but no idea how to become a real company. So, Kordestani became its "business founder," essentially building the fledgling company's business operations from scratch. Show More Summary
Omid Kordestani, Google's chief business officer, has seen many phases of CEO Larry Page. Kordestani joined Google as its "business founder" in 1999, a year after Page and Sergey Brin founded the company in their early 20s. He left in 2009, but came back last summer after the departure of Nikesh Arora to take up the head of business role. Show More Summary
Yahoo’s CEO, Marissa Mayer recently shared that some of the most valuable advice she’s ever been given was by her former boss, Google founder Sergey Brin as she walked out the door to join Yahoo in July, 2012. In a recent interview with Fortune, Mayer said, “As an engineer, my tendency [...]
You may think the advice that one super-successful corporate titan gives to another super-successful almost-CEO is something you can safely ignore. Yet the last thing that Google founder Sergey Brin told Marissa Mayer right before she ascended to the throne of chief executive of Yahoo is something we all need to hear. Show More Summary
Google has had a long and odd relationship with the whole idea of management. In 2002, Larry Page and Sergey Brin turned the company into a "flat" organization, free of engineering managers. That plan lasted a few months — Page couldn't handle all the requests for help in making decisions and charting career paths. Show More Summary