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Google boss Larry Page recently called for the end of the conventional 40-hour working week. Some new research suggests this could have more profound cultural effects than generally thought. Anne-Laure Sellier and Tamar Avnet primed people to choose between organizing...

Here's Why Google Goes After So Many Projects At Once

The Allen & Company Sun Valley conference has almost the same handful of speakers every year: the Bloomberg, Buffett, Bezos types. This year, however, Google CEO Larry Page strayed from the usual topics of leadership and strategy and talked straight Google. Show More Summary

Google Co-Founders Sergey Brin & Larry Page: Health Care Regulation Is Blocking Innovation

Michael F. Cannon At a forum sponsored by Khosla Ventures, Google co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page discussed the burden of health care regulations in the United States. When asked, “Can you imagine Google becoming a health company?”, Brin responded: Health is just so heavily regulated, it’s just a painful business to be in. Show More Summary

Google Launches $100 M. VC Fund in Europe While Under EU Investigation

The only way Google could be in worse trouble with European regulators right now is if Larry Page signed the order to wiretap Angela Merkel's phone himself. NSA revelations have hurt Google's European contracts and antitrust investigations are multiplying like Gremlins. Read more...

Google Launches $100 M. VC Fund in Europe While Under EU Investigation

3 days agoTechnology : Valleywag

The only way Google could be in worse trouble with European regulators right now is if Larry Page signed the order to wiretap Angela Merkel's phone himself. NSA revelations have hurt Google's European contracts and antitrust investigations are multiplying like Gremlins. Read more...

View Page Source: "Are Jobs Obsolete?"

The other day, Sandwichman posted a passage from an interview with Google co-founder and CEO Larry Page in which he mentioned working less as a response to worries about technological unemployment. Page cited Peter Diamandis's book Abundance...Show More Summary

Ford: Automotive Industry Must Prepare To Rethink Transportation

Sharing the pages of The Wall Street Journal’s 125th Anniversary issue with the likes of Mark Zuckerberg, Larry Summers and Taylor Swift, Ford Executive Chairman Bill Ford, Jr. sees a future for the automotive industry so bright, he’ll need to wear shades. The chairman wrote in his op-ed for the paper that the automobile will […]

"A Very Complicating Influence on the Theory of Distribution"

Google co-founder and CEO, Larry Page: I totally believe we should be living in a time of abundance, like Peter Diamandis' book. If you really think about the things that you need to make yourself happy - housing, security, opportunities for your kids - anthropologists have been identifying these things. Show More Summary

Revisiting Google founder’s take on 40-hour work week

As we reported yesterday, Google’s Larry Page and co-founder Sergey Brin, proposed that perhaps it is time to rethink the 40-hour work week. Read more about Revisiting Google founder’s take on 40-hour work week

GOOGLE’S LARRY PAGE: “I Think the Government’s Likely to Collapse Under Its Own Weight.”…

GOOGLE’S LARRY PAGE: “I Think the Government’s Likely to Collapse Under Its Own Weight.”

Google co-founder wants people to work less, have robots pick up the slack

Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin recently sat down for a rare interview together, moderated by technology venture capitalist Vinod Khosia. The pair discussed a wide variety of topics, but one stood out: trimming the work week so most of a person's time can go toward the things — and people — they love most. Show More Summary

Sergey Brin and Larry Page dish on why they didn’t sell Google

Between their army of robots, hot air balloon Internet service, and self-driving cars, it’s rare nowadays for Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin to speak in public together. But leave it to super-connected venture capitalist Vinod Khosla to make it happen. Show More Summary

Google’s founder and CEO thinks you work too damn much

6 days agoOdd : Death and Taxes

The idea that everyone needs to work frantically to meet peoples' needs is not true, says Larry Page.

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Larry Page explains why it would be ‘stupid’ to run Google like Apple

Google’s co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin sat down for a lengthy interview with former Sun CEO and current venture capitalist Vinod Khosla Fortune reports. Apple was, unsurprisingly, one of the topics that came up during the discussion and Page discussed the major differences between how Google and Apple run their businesses. Show More Summary

Google CEO Larry Page knows what you think about work

"The Monday after the July 4 holiday, many people are probably asking why we can't work only four days every week," writes our colleague Jena MacGregor. "Google CEO Larry Page thinks maybe we actually can." For the full post, read on here. 

Google founders question the 40 hour work week

In a recent interview Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin said that perhaps it’s time to re-think the traditional 40 hour work week mentality. Read more about Google founders question the 40 hour work week

Google CEO Larry Page knows what you think about work

The Monday after the July 4 holiday, many people are probably asking why we can't work only four days every week. Google CEO Larry Page thinks maybe we actually can. Over the weekend, technology site Recode flagged a video from a "fireside chat" that Page and his Google co-founder, Sergey Brin, held with veteran technology investor Vinod Khosla. It was […]

Larry Page Says When Machines Take Our Jobs, It'll Feel Like Vacation

Billionaire technorats can't just tweetstorm the impending techno-utopia and expect the plebes to like it. Radical innovation—like, say, driverless cars or computerized faces—takes some getting used to. In order to sell human obsolescence, Google CEO Larry Page opts for a Mary Poppins approach. Read more...

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