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Senators to Facebook, Google, And Twitter: Where Are Your CEOs?

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey; Alphabet CEO Larry Page; and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg “need to answer for this.” For the second day in a row, executives from Facebook, Google, and Twitter faced intense scrutiny on Capitol Hill. Lawmakers...Show More Summary

Alphabet considering $1 billion investment in Lyft: Report

Stick it to Uber: Google's parent company is considering investing a big chunk of cash in Lyft. Alphabet CEO Larry Page is said to be leading the charge.

The fabulous life of Google cofounder and Alphabet CEO Larry Page (GOOG, GOOGL)

Larry Page is one of the most powerful people in the world. The quirky, soft-spoken computer scientist cofounded Google with Sergey Brin in 1998 and now, almost 20 years later, still runs its parent company, Alphabet. So who's the man...Show More Summary

Former Google engineer Anthony Levandowski was reportedly working with Larry Page on flying cars (GOOG)

Former Google engineer Anthony Levandowski allegedly worked with Alphabet (Google's parent company) CEO Larry Page on flying cars in one of Page's startups, The Wall Street Journal reports. Levandowski was one of Google's top engineers...Show More Summary

Here's why Google went to Burning Man to find its next CEO

Steven Kotler is a performance expert and the coauthor of "Stealing Fire." In this video, Kotler explains why Google relies on creating group-flow states, and how Larry Page and Sergey Brin used Burning Man to find the right CEO. Following...Show More Summary

New emails show Travis Kalanick's fears and suspicions about Google's self-driving cars (GOOG, GOOGL)

The more Uber's CEO heard rumors about Google's plans for its self-driving cars, the more Travis Kalanick begged to get a meeting with Larry Page. New emails revealed in a court filing on Thursday show Kalanick's suspicions and reaction...Show More Summary

Google's drone delivery project just shared some big news about its future

Larry Page, cofounder of Google and CEO of Google's parent company Alphabet, promised in his annual shareholder's letter that there would be exciting things happening with Project Wing this year. Project Wing is the company's drone delivery...Show More Summary

Video Shows Pilots Testing Kitty Hawk Flying Vehicle

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Behind-the-scenes video shows pilots testing the Kitty Hawk Flyer, the flying vehicle project backed by Alphabet CEO and Google co-founder Larry Page.

Uber's lawyers want to know: What did Larry Page know

Alphabet CEO Larry Page was thrust into the center of the high-profile legal battle that Google and Uber are waging over self-driving car technology on Tuesday. At issue is a conversation that Page may, or may not, have had with Anthony...Show More Summary

The newest flying car is backed by Larry Page — and you can buy it for $2,000 by the end of the year

Could this be the first flying car available? Google CEO Larry Page believes so. He's backed the flying car startup, Kitty Hawk. The project has been under secrecy, until now. This video shows the first view of the aircraft in action. Follow Tech Insider: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »

Larry Page’s new startup promises to bring flying cars by the end of 2017

The future of flying cars has never looked so real. Silicon Valley startup Kitty Hawk, backed by Alphabet CEO and Google co-founder Larry Page, has finally launched today – and it promises its electric flying cars will be available to the masses by the end of the year. Show More Summary

Larry Page's flying car will be available to buy before the end of the year (GOOG)

Kitty Hawk, the mysterious flying car startup backed by Alphabet CEO Larry Page, has finally launched and its first vehicle will be available by the end of this year. Kitty Hawk president Sebastian Thrun, who helped create Google's self-driving car, today tweeted a link to Kitty Hawk's website for the first time. Show More Summary

Here's why Google went to Burning Man to find their next CEO

Steven Kotler is a performance expert and the coauthor of " Stealing Fire ". In this video Kotler explains why Google relies on creating group flow states and how Larry Page and Sergey Brin used Burning Man to find the right CEO. Following...Show More Summary

Google's parent company, Alphabet, is a massive company dabbling in a bunch of surprising areas (GOOG, GOOGL)

It's been more than a year since Google blew up its entire corporate structure to form a new parent company: Alphabet. The shake-up was intended to help all of its businesses operate more efficiently, a move CEO Larry Page was working...Show More Summary

The meteoric rise of Google CEO Sundar Pichai

Sundar Pichai became Google's CEO in 2015. Larry Page is still CEO of Google's parent company, Alphabet, but Pichai has the important job of making sure that the company's core businesses stays strong. Follow BI Video: On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »

The meteoric rise of Google CEO Sundar Pichai, in photos (GOOG, GOOGL)

More than a year ago, Sundar Pichai took the helm at Google. While Larry Page is still CEO of Google's parent company, Alphabet, Pichai has the incredibly important job of making sure that the company's core businesses and cash cow stay...Show More Summary

Top Executives from Facebook, Google, Microsoft and More to Meet With Trump This Week

The list of attendees includes Apple CEO Tim Cook, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Alphabet CEO Larry Page, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, and IBM CEO Ginni Rometty.

The idea for Google's huge reorg came out of a secret Larry Page project called 'Javelin' (GOOGL, GOOG)

Google shocked nearly everyone when it made the surprise announcement that it was reorganizing itself into a conglomerate of companies called Alphabet last year, but the idea had been kicking around CEO Larry Page's inner circle well...Show More Summary

Ready for a ‘Flying Car’?

Google’s co-founder and Alphabet CEO Larry Page is working on an interesting project — one that deals with “flying cars.” Page’s aircraft was spotted on Oct. 22 at the Hollister airport in California. Recent reports revealed that Page has secretly poured $100 million into the project. He is understood to have funded two different research [...]

How Two Companies Hooked Customers On Products They Rarely Use

Larry Page, CEO of Alphabet (the company formerly known as Google), has a quirky way of deciding which companies he likes. It's called "The Toothbrush Test." According to the New York Times, when Page looks at a potential company toShow More Summary

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