Amazon.com may have drones, but Google has robots. After Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said his company is developing drones for delivering packages, Google CEO Larry Page said in a blog post that Andy Rubin, a prime architect of Google’s Android smartphone operating system, has a new project.
Fortune released its annual list of the 50 top business people of 2013 on Thursday. We've culled through it to find the top 5 from the tech world. The list is surprising. While Google CEO Larry Page (No. 8), Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer (No. Show More Summary
We look at structures like Versailles or the Great Pyramid and marvel at how they were built on the whims of rich and powerful individuals. But here's the thing. Louis XIV, with his fancy house, and Khufu, with his big gravestone, haven't got a thing on Google CEO Larry Page. Show More Summary
Thanks to Google's record-breaking stock price, which closed the day at $1,011.41, up 122%, Google's co-founders found themselves worth $3 billion more Friday than Thursday. CEO Larry Page ended the day up $3 billion, while director of special projects Sergey Brin is up $2.93 billion, according to Forbes Real Time Billionaire's index. Show More Summary
Shares of Google (GOOG) today closed up $110.91, or 12.5%, at $999.70, after crossing the $1,000 line and hitting a high of $1,015.46, following better-than-expected Q3 results yesterday afternoon, with CEO Larry Page saying the company was making progress in stitching together all its properties to reach users on any device at any time. Google beat expectations that [...]
Google CEO Larry Page is stepping back from one of his public roles at the company, but investors have hardly lost faith. Instead, they've pushed Google shares past $1,000 -- nearly a mirror-opposite of Apple's year.
Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) today announced financial results for the quarter ended September 30, 2013. “Google had another strong quarter with $14.9 billion in revenue and great product progress,” said Larry Page, CEO of Google. “WeShow More Summary
In light of Google’s big earnings beat on Thursday night, sending the stock surging past $1,000 to an all-time high, there was one major drag: Motorola. Kicking off the earnings call, CEO Larry Page hyped up the Moto X, which Google unveiled earlier last quarter. Show More Summary
Right off the bat in Google’s conference call to discuss earnings Thursday, CEO Larry Page had this to say: “People tend to overestimate the impact of technology in the short-term, yet underestimate the scale of change longer term.” Substitute “Google” for “technology” in that sentence – which may in fact be the subtext Page was going for – and...
Google Inc. (GOOG) Q3 2013 Earnings Conference Call October 17, 2013 04:30 PM ET Executives Larry Page - CEO Patrick Pichette - SVP and CFO Nikesh Arora - SVP and Chief Business Officer Jane Penner - Director, Investor Relations Analysts Mark Mahaney - RBC Capital Markets LLC Ben Schachter - Macquarie Capital Inc. Show More Summary
"Great is just never good enough," according to Google CEO Larry Page. And on today's Q3 2013 earnings call, the state of Google mirrors its CEO's statement pretty well. Google itself is doing as well as it ever has financially, raking in almost $15 billion in revenue for the quarter. Motorola,...
Google co-founder and CEO Larry Page said he would be limiting the number of earnings conference calls he takes part in as he prioritizes his time.
Google had a great Q3, with revenue growing 12 percent. Google CEO Larry Page would love to spend more of that money on moonshots.
Nov. 12 - 13, 2013 San Francisco, CA Tickets On Sale Now During Google’s quarterly earnings call Thursday afternoon, CEO Larry Page said he may not participate in the company’s future financial reporting calls. It’s somewhat unusual for major tech …
Google is reporting its third quarter earnings right now and CEO Larry Page just told Wall Street that this would be his last conference call for a while. "Going forward I won't be joining every earnings call," Page said in a quiet, shaky voice. Show More Summary
Google CEO Larry Page announced his collaboration with Solar Impulse’s Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg to fund the world’s first ever fully solar-powered flight around the world. Continue reading ?
"I have this idea which I've been trying to get our guys to do forever," says Google CEO Larry Page.
In a surprise announcement yesterday, Google’s CEO Larry Page lifted the lid on what may well be the search engine-cum-everything giant’s most audacious project yet – a new life science startup named Calico that’s hoping to come up with new … Continue reading ?
How CEO Larry Page has transformed the search giant into a factory for moonshots. Our exclusive look at his boldest bet yet — to extend human life
Google’s CEO, Larry Page, and Apple’s chairman Arthur D. Levinson have founded a startup together called Calico to fight the less pleasant side-effects of getting old. A partnership that could signify the beginning of a truce between the two companies. “Art and I are excited about tackling aging and illness,” Page wrote on his Google Plus profile. Show More Summary