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Europe Declares War on Google!

Word leaked out on Friday in Brussels that The European Parliament is going to call for the break-up of Google. That must be a tough pill to swallow for Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt. Sorry Mr. Schmidt, apparently you can'tShow More Summary

American Express CEO's advice for business owners

American Express CEO Kenneth Chenault is known for his leadership, with Google chairman Eric Schmidt once saying Chenault "exemplifies the best leadership that I've ever worked with." Chenault shares his key to managing a team and keeping people inspired.

What to Think, Ep. 30: How Google works

Jonathan Rosenberg, co-author of the new book How Google Works (along with Eric Schmidt), started at Google in 2002. He helped create some of the company’s most iconic products, including AdSense, Gmail, Android, and more. We talk with him about some of the management and innovation secrets that helped make Google into one of the most successful […]

Eric Schmidt’s Farm2050 Collective Will Back Agriculture Tech To Feed Earth’s Growing Population

We’ll need to produce 70% more food by 2050 to sustain a world population expected to grow to 10 billion. Yet agriculture startups struggle to get the funding, manufacturing, and test facilities needed to build the tech needed to boost food production. Show More Summary

As Developers Depart, Google Glass Is Ready To Become This Era’s Segway

Just over 18 months ago Google Chairman Eric Schmidt said he found having to talk to Google Glass out loud “the weirdest thing” and admitted that there would be “places where Google Glass are inappropriate.” Well, hello! I think the average person could have told Google this long before they spent millions developing the thing, and as I wrote at the time, the product… Read More

Google's Eric Schmidt: Robin Hood or the Big Bad Wolf?

Google, Google, Google. Is the glass half-empty or half-full? To the world at large, Google and its executive chairman, Eric Schmidt, position the company as an Internet Robin Hood. Google takes the wealth of digital information and redistributes it to the poor. What's not to like about that? Google is the world's most-recognized search engine. Show More Summary

Google's Eric Schmidt: Robin Hood or the Big Bad Wolf?

Google, Google, Google. Is the glass half-empty or half-full? To the world at large, Google and its executive chairman, Eric Schmidt, position the company as an Internet Robin Hood. Google takes the wealth of digital information and redistributes it to the poor. What's not to like about that? Google is the world's most-recognized search engine. Show More Summary

Everything You Need To Know About Building A Wildly Successful Company From Google's Ex-CEO In A 3-Minute Video (GOOG)

Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt teamed up with former SVP of product Jonathan Rosenberg earlier this year to write a management book about building Google into a $300 billion company called "How Google Works." The duo put their key advice...Show More Summary

A lesson for Google on gender bias

Google recently made headlines by announcing a new commitment to root out implicit gender bias through increased awareness — but the authors of the following post are wondering whether Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt got the memo. Schmidt is promoting his new bestselling book, “How Google Works,” with an online slide show presentation that has been […]

A lesson for Google on gender bias

Google recently made headlines by announcing a new commitment to root out implicit gender bias through increased awareness — but the authors of the following post are wondering whether Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt got the memo. Schmidt is promoting his new bestselling book, “How Google Works,” with an online slide show presentation that has been […]

Google's Eric Schmidt Shows Off His Acting Skills In An Ad For The Economist

Eric Schmidt has managed to take some time off from his day job to take up acting on the side. Kind of. Google's executive chairman is the star of The Economist's latest advertising campaign, Marketing Week reports. The ad will broadcast...Show More Summary

16 Incredibly Impressive Students At Princeton

Founded in 1746, Princeton University remains a vibrant community of scholarship and learning. Students who attend this Ivy League school follow in the footsteps of Woodrow Wilson, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Eric Schmidt, Meg Whitman, Michelle...Show More Summary

‘When Google Met WikiLeaks’: An Exclusive Excerpt

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By Julian Assange In 2011 WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange was visited by Google Chairman Eric Schmidt. Here, from Assange’s new book, is part of the extraordinary conversation that resulted.

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange rips Google in new book

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange sets his sights on Google in a new book, claiming the Internet giant is in bed with the U.S. government. Assange specifically pounces on Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt and Google Ideas director Jared Cohen in "When Google Met Wikileaks."

Google Introduces USB Encryption Device

Privacy has become paramount in the minds of users, as well as tech companies. Last year, Google chairman Eric Schmidt noted that encryption was the only real way to keep user data out of the hands of governments. With the release of a Google USB security key, that’s a possibility. Google already uses two-factor authentication to protect its users. Show More Summary

Why Google's Job Interviews Never Last More Than 30 Minutes

As a hiring manager, if you research a job candidate and ask the right questions, there's no reason the interview should last longer than 30 minutes, Google chairman Eric Schmidt and former VP of product Jonathan Rosenberg write in their...Show More Summary

Google Quits ALEC, But Chevron, ExxonMobil and Shell Stay Put

Shell CEO Ben van Beurden says: "Climate change is real and it's a threat that we want to act on. We're not aligning with skeptics." Then why is Shell funding ALEC? When Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt recently called out theShow More Summary

Eric Schmidt Tries Three Different Spins to Prove Google's No Monopoly

European regulators are once again scrutinizing Google as complaints mount that the search giant is diverting traffic away from competitors in favor of their own services. But Eric Schmidt insists the only ones calling Google a monopoly are jealous haters who want to see the internet go back in time. Read more...

Google's 'Rivalry' With Amazon? It's Complicated

"Many people think our main competition is Bing or Yahoo," Eric Schmidt, Google's executive chairman, said this week in Berlin. "But, really, our biggest search competitor is Amazon." Schmidt likely intended to persuade a skeptical European audience that Google is not all powerful and faces more competition than some might assume. Show More Summary

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