There's no U.S. tech industry without immigrants—Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Google cofounder Sergey Brin, Uber's new CEO Dara Khosrowshahi. They, among other leaders in Silicon Valley, are reminding President Trump just how important...Show More Summary
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
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
The San Francisco district judge addressed Uber's complaint that Brin is trying to avoid deposition.
Google cofounder Sergey Brin secretly attended a technology conference in Berlin last week. The search engine billionaire visited the Tech Open Air conference — held at FunkHaus Berlin, once the broadcast headquarters for the GermanShow More Summary
Self-driving cars might make your future commute a lot more pleasant, but they won't eliminate traffic. Execs like Google cofounder Sergey Brin have touted traffic reduction as one of the many benefits of having self-driving cars on the road. Show More Summary
Sergey Brin is secretly building an airship inside a NASA hangar. Here's what he's planning to do with it.
The air vessel could be the world's largest airship to ferry humanitarian aid (and billionaire's inner circle) across the globe.
Google has a famously difficult interviewing process. Over the years, it has ditched the brainteaser questions it once asked many candidates, but it's still no walk in the park. So if interviewing for a position with an ordinary Google...Show More Summary
The SFPD is investigating a homicide in the Mission, a multi-vehicle accident claimed a life in Livermore, and Sergey Brin is building a really big plane. [ more › ]
More details are leaking about Google co-founder Sergey Brin's secret quest to build a giant airship. Bloomberg broke the news last month that Brin was working on a secret blimp project at Moffett Field. Business Insider subsequently...Show More Summary
In a development that’s emblematic of the massive wealth inequality in Silicon Valley, the Guardian on Friday revealed new details about the "secret" airship that Google co-founder Sergey Brin is building at an old Nasa airbase in Santa...Show More Summary
The Google co-founder wants the airship to be half delivery charter for humanitarian aid, and half luxury liner.
ANALYSIS: Sergey Brin is not given to half measures. The company he cofounded set out a 300-year plan and aimed for nothing less than organizing all the world’s information. So now that details about the airship he’s building are coming out, it should surprise no one that it will not just be big, but the biggest. […]
Last month, it was reported that Google cofounder Sergey Brin was secretly building an airship in a hanger on NASA’s Moffett Field. Now, the Guardian reports additional details of Brin’s project, including what he’s planning to use the airship for. Ever since the Hindenburg tragedy ended the golden age of airships, inventors have struggled to […]
When you're a cofounder of one of the world's most valuable companies, your passion projects tend to take on a more massive scale than, say, simply tuning up an old hot rod in the garage. Take Google's Sergey Brin. Word leaked last month...Show More Summary
Google co-founder Sergey Brin is building a massive airship, we learned in April, and now The Guardian reports some additional details about the purpose and nature of the project. It’ll be used both as a private luxury air yacht for Brin and his retinue, as well as for humanitarian aid purposes. Show More Summary
Silicon Valley big shots like Sergey Brin and Peter Thiel are obsessed with immortality, and historian Yuval Harari's new book plays right into their fantasy.
GUEST: Google’s 20 percent time is one of the most famous, and arguably successful, management practices of all time. In their 2004 IPO letter, Google’s founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin revealed that the policy of allowing employees to take time out of their core jobs to be creative and experimental had led to some of […]
This is neat. For several years, Google heavily invested in efforts to build driverless cars, with a separate subsidiary named Waymo now entirely focused on it. Turns out, Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin lured a high-profile autonomous car expert to the company at a driverless car race way back in 2005.… Read more...