The WikiLeaks founder expands on his now-famous conversation with Google executive Eric Schmidt.
Google's chairman and former CEO Eric Schmidt wants everyone to know that Google employees have a sense of humor. On his Google+ page, Schmidt recently shared a video from 2003 made by Google employees that hasn't been published outside of Google until now, as 9to5Google first spotted. Show More Summary
Google is such a looming, powerful force in the tech industry that its leaders don't need to lay awake at night worrying about competitors. Obviously, it didn't start out that way. Chairman Eric Schmidt and Google's former SVP of Products...Show More Summary
Google is retooling its Enterprise Cloud Services with a new name and better accessibility for smaller businesses. Google has renamed its enterprise platform Google For Work. On the Google Official Blog, Eric Schmidt, the company’s executive chairman introduced the new services explaining: “Work today is very different from 10 years ago. Show More Summary
When the first version of Siri appeared on iPhones back in 2011, it was met with mostly critical acclaim. Google’s Eric Schmidt even considered Siri to pose a “competitive threat” to the Big G. While iPhone users were finding Siri helpful,...Show More Summary
“Choosing anonymity is choosing irrelevance.” Eric Schmidt, Google’s Executive Chairman, author of The New Digital Age. Today’s guest is Carole Jelen, an author, former publishing editor, and literary agent for Waterside Productions....Show More Summary
Oh, now he wants to hide something?
In the latest edition of Talking Schmidt, a series where 9to5Google analyzes Google CEO Eric Schmidt’s most baffling quotes, we take a look at Schmidt’s upcoming book, How Google Works. In order to promote the book, Schmidt took to Google+ and posted the following image. Show More Summary
Google is one of the largest, most influential technology companies in the world. But it didn't start out that way, and it's not easy to maintain that status. Google Executive Chairman and former CEO Eric Schmidt has shared some insight as to how Google views innovation and the competition. Show More Summary
This just popped up on everyone's least favorite social network. If Facebook is a lemonade stand, then what exactly is Google+? A neglected sack of Country Time powder? An abandoned yeast factory, inhabited only by raccoons? Read more...
Montecito in Santa Barbara County is home (at least part-time) to tons of shit-rich over-40 types: Google's Eric Schmidt, Ellen DeGeneres, George Lucas, Oprah, and "just about everyone in the industry," in the words of a real estate agent...
Things are about to get interesting.
ChemoCentryx Inc. (NASDAQ:CCXI) Q2 2014 Earnings Conference Call August 5, 2014 5:00 p.m. ET Executives Susan Kanaya - SVP, Finance, CFO and Secretary Tom Schall - Chairman, President and CEO Analysts Eric Schmidt - Cowen and Company...Show More Summary
Curbed Miami hears from "a source" that Executive Chairman of Google Eric Schmidt is the guy commissioning the boxy white palazzo to be submitted to city review tomorrow. The xanadu comes with a moat of fountains and pools, a "pocke...
Coffee drinking with celebrities for a huge amount continues…This time you’ve the opportunity to sit down for coffee with Eric Schmidt, the former CEO of Google who currently serves as its chairman. Read the rest of the story at: Google Chairman Auctions Coffee Date for charity
Former Google CEO and current executive chairman Eric Schmidt is auctioning off the opportunity to have a cup of coffee with him at the company's New York City offices. The current bidding is at $9,000, but it has an estimated value of $50,000. Show More Summary
Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt is offering to give 30 minutes of his time in New York City to the highest bidder via an online auction where the proceeds will go to charity.
Eric Schmidt is the former CEO of Google and currently serves as its chairman. He was originally brought in as the "adult supervision" for founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page, but, as one of the most vocal senior executives at Google, he's also said some pretty controversial, provocative, or bizarre things over the years. Show More Summary