Google had an active 2013: Its stock price rose 56% and it introduced such products as Google Glass and Chromecast So how did the company's CEO, Larry Page, fair? See also: Career Experts Share Tips for Negotiating the Salary You Want Not so well, at least in terms of salary. Show More Summary
Google is exploring how it could launch its own carrier that rivals Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile, Amir Efrati at The Information reports. It sounds pretty far fetched right now. Efrati says Google is thinking about how it could offer wireless service in the places where it offers Google Fiber, like Kansas City, and Provo. Show More Summary
Steve Jobs did it; Google founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page did, too. Now Mark Zuckerberg is joining the ranks of the $1-a-year CEOs, Bloomberg reports. That's what the Facebook boss earned in salary last year, compared to $503,205 the year before. The low salary shouldn't hurt much, given...
Google caps co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin's pay at $1. CEO's pay doubles to nearly $20 million. Google paid co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin their customary $1 salaries last year while Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt's compensation more than doubled to $19.3 million. Show More Summary
Larry Page, a co-founder and the CEO of the planet's dominant Internet search engine, was paid his customary $1. read more
Earth-bound challenges will determine the success of Facebook and Google’s plans to use balloons, drones and satellites to spread Internet access. According to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Google CEO Larry Page, the future of the Internet lies in the upper stratosphere.
Glassdoor this week came out with its list of employees’ most highly rated CEOs for 2014 so far and the usual suspects in the tech world made the overall top 20, including Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (93%), Google CEO Larry Page (93%) and Apple CEO Tim Cook (92%). Show More Summary
Here is Larry Page, CEO of Google, describing the directions Google is heading at the moment including the issues of electronic medical records or artificial intelligence. In an era when IBM Watson, the supercomputer, tries to tackle brain cancer, everything is possible: This morning, IBM and the New York Genome Center announced a partnership to […]
Since Larry Page has become CEO, the company has become more focused that ever. His philosophy of more wood behind fewer arrows seem to be at work here. Where there are a lot of casualties in this philosophy (like Google Reader), integration of various services has been a major boon of this logic. With the...
Google CEO and co-founder Larry Page recently shared his strong appreciation of Tesla CEO & Chief Product Architect, SolarCity Chairman, & SpaceX founder & CEO Elon Musk. The two seem to be kindred spirits, and are of course billionaires. Show More Summary
Larry Page, co-founder and CEO of Google, sat down with Charlie Rose last week at TED 2014 to give an in depth interview about what Google has planned for the future. Here are some of the highlights. Where Is Google And Where Is It Going?...Show More Summary
Google CEO Larry Page recently laid out his vision to change the world. In it, he discussed his desire to get everyone riding bikes. In order for people to safely get around on bikes, one solution is to just entirely separate bikes from traffic, Page said in a recent TED talk. Show More Summary
Google CEO Larry Page is one of the smartest, most powerful people in the world. As CEO of Google, his job is to imagine the future. This month, Page gave a talk at TED to discuss how Google plans to change the world. It's a great insight into where Google is going. Show More Summary
Speaking at the 30th anniversary TED event in Vancouver earlier this week, Google co-founder and CEO Larry Page hypothesized a system that would make people's medical records available anonymously to research doctors for the sake of having access to a wide pool of medical information. Show More Summary
Google CEO Larry Page, who has a net worth of $32.3 billion, said if he should die he'd rather bequeath his wealth to capitalists with big ideas like Elon Musk, the founder of Tesla Motors, SpaceX and Solar City, instead of giving it to charity.
Google co-founder and CEO Larry Page says he'd rather leave his savings to inventor Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX and founder of Tesla, when he dies than to a charity That was just one of many interesting statements Page made at the 2014 TED talk with 40-year-old billionaire on Wednesday in Vancouver. Show More Summary
Google CEO Larry Page has an unusual idea about what should happen to his billions should he die. Instead of giving it to a philanthropic organization, he'd rather hand over his cash to Elon Musk, the founder of Tesla, SpaceX, and Solar City. Show More Summary
Good morning! Let's get to it: Google CEO Larry Page spoke at the TED conference and, as usual, blew minds with his big ideas and long-term thinking. He talked about the NSA, the future of transportation, curing disease, and why companies fail, to name a few topics. Show More Summary
Google's Larry Page appeared at TED and spoke about how technology companies -- and the government -- can do better. If Google CEO Larry Page were to get hit by a bus tomorrow, most of his fortune would go straight to SpaceX CEO Elon Musk. Show More Summary
At TED, Google CEO Larry Page talked about how he'll use the resources of the world's third-largest company to build his techno-optimisitc vision of the future.