Authored by Eric Lieberman via The Daily Caller, Eric Schmidt, chief executive of Google parent company Alphabet, was appointed chairman of a Department of Defense program in 2016 that was established by former President Barack Obama’s...Show More Summary
Eric Schmidt, the ex-Sun CEO who came onboard at Google to be the "adult supervision" for the founders and who has repeatedly declared privacy dead and dismissed people who worried about surveillance business-models as unrealistic nutcases, is stepping down as head of Alphabet, the parent company of Google. (more…)
Eric Schmidt, the man who turned Google into a juggernaut during his decade as CEO, is stepping down as executive chairman of Alphabet, its parent company. The company announced Thursday that the 62-year-old will be leaving the role, but will stay on as technical adviser and will continue to serve...
When Eric Schmidt joined Google as CEO in 2001, the theory was that the company’s founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, needed a seasoned tech executive to help them run the burgeoning business they had created. When he gave up thatShow More Summary
Former Google chief executive Eric Schmidt announced Thursday he has stepped down from his role as executive chairman of the search giant’s parent company Alphabet. Schmidt, who served as Google’s CEO from 2001 to 2011, will remain on Alphabet’s board of directors while also serving as a “technical...
This afternoon, Alphabet (Google’s parent company) announced that Eric Schmidt would be leaving his post as Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors and slide into a technical advisor roll. As the former CEO of Google, Schmidt will now focus his time on science and technology issues, while remaining on the board. Show More Summary
Eric Schmidt, who joined Google 17 years ago, after a stint at Novell and a long career at Sun Microsystems, and who later became CEO, and finally executive chairman with the morphing of Google into Alphabet, will step down from the top board spot and become a technical advisor to the company.
Eric Schmidt, Google's first CEO and longtime executive at the company, is stepping down from his current role as executive chairman of Google parent company Alphabet. Schmidt will not leave the company, as he'll continue with his role...Show More Summary
One of the longest-running Google executives is stepping away from the tech giant. Eric Schmidt, who joined Google in 2001 as CEO and served as executive chairman of Google's parent company Alphabet, is stepping aside from his current role. Show More Summary
Eric Schmidt, who served as Google’s CEO from 2001-2011, has announced that he will be leaving his role as executive chairman of Alphabet’s board of directors. According to the company, Schmidt will then serve as a “technical advisor.”...Show More Summary
January will bring a big change at the highest ranks of Alphabet. Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt is stepping down from his position as Executive Chairman of the Board at Google's parent company Alphabet. He will remain at the company...Show More Summary
Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt says policy that threatens high-performing international college students with deportation is “literally insane.”
Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman of Alphabet and former CEO of Google, is considered an authoritative source when it comes to the tech world. So it’s no surprise that when he has something to say, people listen. Last night, Schmidt stopped...Show More Summary
Innovation Endeavors, the venture capital (VC) firm co-created by former Google CEO Eric Schmidt, has revealed that it has merged with Marker LLC, a VC firm with hubs in New York and Israel. Schmidt served as CEO of Google from 2001 until 2011, and founded Innovation Endeavors alongside Dror Brerman the year before he stepped down […]
Apple CEO Tim Cook and Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google parent company Alphabet, were among those attending an afternoon of working groups on issues like technology infrastructure, cybersecurity and visas for foreign workers. Trump...Show More Summary
Executives from Google, Apple, Intel, Adobe, and other Silicon Valley tech firms met with Trump and his son-in-law Jared Kushner today, to talk about reducing government waste and improving information technology services. Trump administration officials in attendance included Mike Pence, Steve Mnuchin andWilbur Ross. (more…)
When Eric Schmidt joined Google as CEO in 2001, he was put in charge of a few hundred employees; when he stepped back as CEO to become chairman 10 years later, there were around 32,000 employees at the company. Schmidt is now the executive chair of Alphabet, Google's parent company and one of the world's most influential conglomerates. Show More Summary
PC Forum is off to a great start this year with an interview with Eric Schmidt from Google and a panel with the CEOs of AOL, Yahoo, and Google. I do not plan on taking detailed notes so I suggest you view Ross Mayfield’s blog and posts to stay current on the conference. I also... The post PC Forum 2004-Monday morning appeared first on BeyondVC.
Eric Schmidt -- long-serving former CEO of Google, current chairman of Google parent-company Alphabet, who knows a thing or two about evil -- addressed Googlers this week, calling the Trump #muslimban "evil." (more…)
Eric Schmidt with Hillary Clinton According to Wikileaks documents Google CEO Eric Schmidt offered to “fund, advise and recruit” for... The post Hillary Supporting Google CEO Eric Schmidt: Trump Administration Will Do “Evil Things” appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.