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…)
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Yesterday, at the Web 2.0 Summit, Google’s CEO Eric Schmidt presented the Nexus S. This wasn’t just about a new phone, he also talked about how Gingerbread (Android OS Version 2.3) would have support for NFC (Near Field Communications)...Show More Summary
Google is adamant that its core search services are viewpoint-neutral and apolitical, and that no finger is put on the scales of search returns. In fact, then-Google CEO Eric Schmidt testified to as much before a Senate antitrust committee headed by Mike Lee. Show More Summary
Food policy has gone mainstream. I know this because Summit at Sea 2016--a swanky three-day conference held on a cruise ship that hosts likes of Google CEO Eric Schmidt, skateboarder Tony Hawk and acclaimed poet Sonia Sanchez--is incorporating an entire series of talks under the umbrella "Corn and Soy," curated by food activist Ellen Gustafson. Show More Summary
Eric Schmidt hasn't always been famous, or even a first choice as CEO. But here's what he taught me.
Good morning! Here's the tech news you need to know this Thursday. 1. Eric Schmidt says that Google DeepMind is "one of the greatest British success stories of the modern age." The former Google CEO praised the company at the Startup Grind Europe conference in London. 2. Show More Summary
When Eric Schmidt took the stage today in New York City, he spent less time talking about business at Google (where he was previously CEO and now serves as executive chairman of parent company Alphabet), and more time focused on new technologies and the bigger picture. Show More Summary
Eric Schmidt has a problem with Europe's universities. And its regulators. And its tax policies. The former Google CEO, who now serves as the executive chairman of Google parent company Alphabet, appeared at the Startup Fest Europe conference...Show More Summary
Everyone from Google’s Eric Schmidt to venture capital heavyweight John Doerr praised the behind-the-scenes sage
Those who have worked for Google chairman Eric Schmidt when he was CEO at Novell or CEO at Google, say he's a fountain of wisdom for managing people. Take Jared Smith, the cofounder of up-and-coming survey startup Qualtrics, who worked for Schmidt both at Novell and Google. Show More Summary
Alphabet had to reimburse its executive chairman $396,000 for flying in his private planes, according to an updated 10-k filing on Tuesday. Eric Schmidt, Google's former CEO, "owns 100% of one aircraft and 33% of another aircraft, both...Show More Summary
Alphabet executive chairman Eric Schmidt has had a long, epic career in tech, from a top role at the legendary Sun Microsystems to the CEO and later chairman of Google. Today, at a Google cloud event in San Francisco, Schmidt sharedShow More Summary
Current Google chairman (and former CEO) Eric Schmidt was recently in South Korea to witness the historic battle between Google's most advanced AI system and the world's top-ranked Go player, a matchup which resulted in a win for Google's computer. Show More Summary
Former Google CEO and current Alphabet Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt was in Korea for a press event this week, where he was spotted taking pictures of the event using an Apple iPhone instead of a Google Android handset.
Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt to lead Pentagon’s Innovation Advisory Board.
Good morning! Here's the technology news you need to know this Thursday. 1. Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt is now on a military advisory board for the Pentagon. It's aimed at bringing Silicon Valley innovation and best practices to the U.S. Show More Summary
The Pentagon announced an unusual new program calling for hackers to test its digital security today, as well as a “Defence Innovation Advisory Board”. Google CEO and Alphabet Chairman Eric Schmidt will head the board — but, if you’ll believe Wall Street Journal sources, this is all for his own personal gratification, not a “company initiative”. More »
The former CEO of Google, Eric Schmidt, now executive chairman of its parent company Alphabet, is about to start helping the military improve what it does by borrowing concepts and ideas straight from Silicon Valley. Schmidt will chair...Show More Summary
Alphabet chairman and former Google CEO Eric Schmidt has been tapped by the U.S. Department of Defense to head up a new "Innovation Advisory Board." According to the Defense Department, the board's purpose will be to help the Department adapt and adjust its culture and processes in innovative ways. Show More Summary