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Google played it safe today, and the tech industry is a little worse for it (GOOG)

Remember when Google was cutting-edge and cool and a little bit weird? Like in 2013, when CEO Larry Page came out on stage at the company's Google I/O conference and imagined a fantasy world where Google could test out new ideas free...Show More Summary

A long-time Google exec explains how Larry Page has changed over the years (GOOG)

Omid Kordestani, Google's chief business officer, has seen many phases of CEO Larry Page. Kordestani joined Google as its "business founder" in 1999, a year after Page and Sergey Brin founded the company in their early 20s. He left in 2009, but came back last summer after the departure of Nikesh Arora to take up the head of business role. Show More Summary

What Qualities Define a Great Leader in 2015? Weigh in at Today's #AdweekChat

Relentless. Intense. Driven. These are some of the words used to describe Google CEO Larry Page, who tops Adweek's inaugural Power 100 list. During Page's second stint at Google's top job, the company's market cap nearly doubled. With...Show More Summary

Elon Musk is terrified that Google CEO Larry Page will accidentally create 'evil' robots that take over the world

One of the biggest things that keeps Elon Musk up at night doesn't have anything to do with Tesla or SpaceX — in fact, it's a fear that sounds like something from a science fiction film. In his new book, "Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future," Bloomberg reporter Ashlee Vance writes about what Musk is truly afraid of. Show More Summary

Elon Musk Concerned That Google's Robots Will Destroy Us All

Tesla CEO Elon Musk is really really worried that his friend, Google cofounder Larry Page, has adopted some destructive interests - destructive for humanity, that is.

Innovations: Elon Musk’s nightmare: A Google robot army annihilating mankind

Perhaps it’s not surprising that entrepreneur/futurist Elon Musk and Google CEO Larry Page are fast friends.The two men, as Mashable notes, are similar in age, demeanor and otherworldly ambition.The nerd bros have tons of overlapping...Show More Summary

Elon Musk meets with Google CEO Larry Page in a secret apartment to talk about crazy futuristic ideas

Fascinating excerpts from an upcoming book about Tesla CEO Elon Musk are slowly but surely starting to trickle in.  Earlier in the week we highlighted a few choice quotes allegedly delivered by Musk, including one instance where, it is claimed, he tore into an employee for missing a company event so that he could witness the birth of his child. Show More Summary

Google has a secret apartment where Larry Page and Elon Musk meet to discuss crazy ideas about the future (GOOG)

Google CEO and cofounder Larry Page is quite friendly with Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk. Musk is even close enough to Page to feel comfortable asking him for a place to stay when he visits Silicon Valley. And, Musk is among the few...Show More Summary

Elon Musk is worried that Google's Larry Page could accidentally create a robot army to destroy humanity

Elon Musk's relationship with Google cofounder Larry Page is complicated, to say the least On the one hand, the two influential tech CEOs are close friends and business associates; on the other hand, Musk is genuinely worried that Page...Show More Summary

Google CEO Larry Page says Elon Musk is 'kind of homeless' in Silicon Valley and sometimes asks if he can sleep over

Elon Musk may have a net worth upwards of $13 billion, but he's not above hitting up his friends to crash in their spare bedrooms. Musk owns a $17 million home in LA with gorgeous ocean views, but doesn't have any property in Silicon Valley, where his company Tesla is based. Show More Summary

Google's HR boss says the best managers practice these 9 habits

In July 2001, t hree years into the company he founded with Sergey Brin, Google CEO Larry Page decided to fire all of his managers. It was his statement against corporate bureaucracy, but it was soon reversed. And eventually Page determined that managers were a necessary evil at Google. Show More Summary

Google Almost Bought A Near-Bankrupt Tesla In 2013

With his electric car company on the verge of bankruptcy, Elon Musk turned to Google and very nearly sold Tesla. In early 2013, Tesla was near bankruptcy. Founder Elon Musk turned to his friend Larry Page, cofounder and CEO of Google, to buy out Tesla. Show More Summary

Why Google CEO Larry Page personally reviews every candidate the company hires

At the start of 2015, Google had 53,600 full-time employees around the world, compared to 47,800 Googlers a year before. Not even counting replacements, that means it hired about 6,000 new people in just one year. Cofounder and CEO Larry...Show More Summary

Google has a new CFO

Former Morgan Stanley CFO, Ruth Porat, is Google's new CFO, replacing Patrick Pichette, who announced his retirement on March 10. Porat will start as CFO on May 26 and will report directly to Google CEO Larry Page. Here's Google's blog post with the announcement: Google Inc. Show More Summary

Why Music: The Secret Sauce of Success

"I feel like music training lead to the high-speed legacy of Google for me.''- Larry Page, CEO Apple clearly took the lead over competing internet giants when it came to selling digital downloads and mp3 players, but that doesn't mean that music wasn't an essential ingredient in the building of the Google empire. Show More Summary

Rising stars: Meeting the men and women leading some of Google's most important products (GOOG)

Last fall, Google CEO Larry Page anointed former Android and Chrome SVP Sundar Pichai as the overseer of all of the company's core products. It's a big job, but luckily for Pichai, Google's got a crack team of other execs hustling away on each vertical. Show More Summary

Live stream: Tim Cook and Obama talk cybersecurity

3 months agoTechnology / Apple : Cult Of Mac

Tim Cook and President Obama are attending today’s White House Cyber Security Summit to talk about a range of issues facing the U.S. tech industry. Mark Zuckerberg, Marrisa Mayer, and Google CEO Larry Page all decline invites to the summit … Read more ›

The classic allegory of 'stone soup' provides a lesson every entrepreneur should learn

Peter Diamandis is a force in the high-tech world. He's founded more than 15 technology companies, is the CEO of the XPRIZE, and is executive chairman of Singularity University. Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Google CEO Larry Page sit on his board. Show More Summary

Google's Larry Page Is Being Sued By A Painter Who Was Injured While Working On His Yacht

A painter who worked on a remodel of "Senses," a 193-foot superyacht belonging to Larry Page, has filed suit against the Google CEO after suffering ongoing medical problems. According to documents filed in Alameda County Superior Court,...Show More Summary

Man sues Google CEO Larry Page after sustaining injuries from working on his yacht

The injuries included collapsing, vomiting, and bleeding from the eyes and ears.

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