Google's parent company Alphabet is going to cut the size of its staff working on Google Fiber, its internet service provider, in half, according to a new report by Kevin McLaughlin in The Information. CEO Larry Page ordered the cuts...Show More Summary
We're getting closer to seeing flying cars in our everyday life instead of just the big screens. After all, Larry Page, one of the cofounders of Google who is now the CEO of its parent company, has secretly spent more than $100 million to develop flying cars. Show More Summary
Good morning! Here's the tech news you need to know to finish off your week. 1. Google cofounders Larry Page and Sergey Brin hosted an exclusive conference in Sicily this week. Attendees included Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel, George Lucas, and Pharrell. 2. Show More Summary
This wasn't your average summer camp. Earlier this week, Google cofounders Larry Page and Sergey Brin hosted an exclusive gathering in Sicily, with a star-speckled guest list that included Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel, George Lucas, and...Show More Summary
“Hey lil’ mama, can I buy Twitter for a few million?” is a thing that Google co-founder Larry Page might have said to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. But Page reportedly whispered an offer to acquire Twitter into Dorsey’s ear in a closed-blinds meeting a few years ago. Read more...
Motley Crue and Sixx:A.M. bassist Nikki Sixx has been very vocal with his demand that YouTube pay musicians better. Now he's taken the battle directly to Larry Page, the CEO of YouTube owner Google. In an open letter, Sixx says, "No action has been taken, meetings have been postponed, emails...
Google co-founder and Alphabet CEO Larry Page is much quieter than other leaders in the industry, rarely attending events (even Google I/O), speaking in public, or publicizing his investments. So it comes as a surprise when earlier this week a Bloomberg report revealed one of Page’s secret interests: flying cars. Show More Summary
Good morning! Here's the technology news you need to know this Friday. 1. Alphabet CEO Larry Page has secretly spent $100 million (£69 million) building flying cars. A new report by Bloomberg revealed that Page secretly funded two flying car startups: Zee.Aero and Kitty Hawk. 2. Show More Summary
SILICON VALLEY — The second “Back to the Future” promised us flying cars by 2015. That deadline has passed, but the dream may still come to fruition, albeit a little late, thanks to Google co-founder Larry Page. Page, the CEO of Google...Show More Summary
Alphabet CEO Larry Page is privately funding two flying-car companies, the latest example of the tech executive’s ambitious efforts outside of internet search.
It must be nice to be a billionaire. Alphabet CEO Larry Page, for example, has discreetly poured part of his wealth into two secret startups, Zee.Aero and Kitty Hawk, which are dedicated to building flying cars, reports Bloomberg. But making a classic science-fiction dream reality isn't even the coolest part. Show More Summary
Google's co-founder and current Alphabet CEO Larry Page has reportedly been secretly funding two startups, Zee.Aero and Kitty Hawk, that are trying to create flying cars. According to Bloomberg, the first location for Zee.Aero's offices...Show More Summary
Google cofounder Larry Page has secretly spent more than $100 million of his own money building flying cars, according to a bombshell new report from Bloomberg. The billionaire CEO of Google parent company Alphabet has funnelled cash...Show More Summary
Alphabet still hasn't gotten self-driving cars off the ground, and their CEO is already looking even deeper into the future. Larry Page has taken a personal interest in the development of flying cars, with the man putting his personal money behind 2 different companies working on the concept.
Larry Page, one of the cofounders of Google who is now the CEO of its parent company Alphabet, has secretly spent more than $100 million to develop flying cars. That's according to a bombshell new report from Bloomberg Businessweek,Show More Summary
Google parent company Alphabet just held its first shareholders meeting since blowing up its corporate structure last fall and one exec was notably absent: CEO Larry Page. Page has taken the stage to talk to shareholders for the last three years. Show More Summary
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg. LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner. Google (now Alphabet) co-founder and chief executive Larry Page. For the past three years, these well-known Silicon Valley CEOs topped Glassdoor's annual list of the chief executives with the highest anonymous approval ratings from employees on the career web site. But this year, the highest rated CEO […]
Tony Fadell, the CEO of Nest—the smart-thermostat manufacturer sold to Google two years ago for $3.2 billion—announced Friday he was leaving to work as an adviser to Larry Page, CEO of Alphabet (Google and Nest's parent company), the AP reports. And as more details leak, it appears...
Former Nest CEO Tony Fadell has the rare distinction of having worked closely with both Apple cofounder Steve Jobs and Google cofounder Larry Page. Fadell worked with Jobs during his nearly 10 years at Apple, for which he's known asShow More Summary
Tony Fadell is leaving Nest. The former Apple executive, who co-founded the company in 2010, announced his departure on the Nest blog. Fadell will continue to serve in an advisory role to Alphabet CEO Larry Page. Marwan Fawaz, a former executive vice president at Motorola Mobility, is joining Nest as its new CEO. Show More Summary