The outfit which brought the psychological genius Wilhelm Reich to an early grave, is now gunning for Anne Wojcicki, Sergey Brin's cuckquean. read more
Oops. The current issue of Fast Company has Anne Wojcicki—founder of 23andMe and estranged wife of billionaire cyborg Sergey Brin—on its cover with the headline "The Most Daring CEO in America." She's daring all right. So daring that her DNA-testing company, which will monetize your DNA by putting it in a database and mining it for pharmaceuticals, has since May...
If anyone is eager to turn the page on 2013, its Anne Wojcicki. The founder of 23andMe, Wojcicki suffered a public split from her husband, Google co-founder Sergey Brin when his affair with an employee became public last summer. And now she’s had a setback on the professional front. Show More Summary
It's been a very, very bad year for Anne Wojcicki. The wife of Google founder Sergey Brin just went through a blockbuster cheating scandal and the implosion of her marriage, and now the federal government is trying to shutter her shady, Google-funded genome analysis firm. Read more...
Google has been saying for some time now that it would eventually bring prescription lens support to its Glass headsets, but so far, there hasn’t been any word as to when that might come. “Sergey [Brin] dropped this on us in 2012 at I/O,” Tim Moore, director of technology at Rochester Optical, tells The Verge.... Read More
You too can feel like Sergey Brin, Larry Ellison, or even James Bond -- flying around the world in a private jet. Fresh Jets launched its apps today that connect individual and business travelers with seats on private jets.
A study published earlier this month in the journal Nature indicates that by 2047, the average temperatures experienced by most people worldwide will be hotter than the hottest day in their history to 2005. "Go back in your life to think about the hottest, most traumatic event you have experienced," lead researcher Dr. Show More Summary
If you're like me, you've probably always assumed that Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are pretty great at writing code. You may have even assumed that Page and Brin wrote the code that made Google.com so fast and powerful as long ago as the late 1990s. Show More Summary
Google co-founder Sergey Brin, wearing Google Glass. (Credit: James Martin/CNET) Google Glass wearers may want to think twice before wearing their high-tech specs behind the wheel, at least in California. Cecilia Abadie said she was ticketed by a police officer for wearing Google Glass while driving through the sunny West Coast state. 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
Sergey Brin cheated on his wife—that's sort of not your business, unless you're his wife, in which case, hi Anne, we're sorry! But the disruptive affair was with a subordinate—a choice that could get him in trouble at pretty much any company. But does Google care, at all? Read more...
One day before celebrating the company's 15th birthday, Google went back to the place where it all started — literally Inside the garage that housed Larry Page and Sergey Brin when the world's largest search company was created, Google...Show More Summary
When Google went public in 2004, the company had a simple message for employees: Keep the sports cars at home Google's IPO created plenty of millionaires and even some billionaires, but founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin worried that it might also create a visible wealth disparity and shift employees' focus away from their work. Show More Summary
Google looks like it could be solving one of the problems that it has with its Glass headsets: the lack of interaction between users. The firm recently sent out emails offering Glass Explorers––they the early adopters of Sergey Brin's wearable tech idea––the chance to give up to three friends access to Google Glass. Show More Summary
While Google cofounder Sergey Brin and his entrepreneur wife Anne Wojcicki are no longer sleeping under the same roof, the other Silicon Valley power couple – Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his doctor wife Priscilla Chan – appears to be in power-nesting mode. Show More Summary
Google co-founder Sergey Brin and 23andMe co-founder Anne Wojcicki, are no longer sharing the same domicile, according to a report published today by AllThingsD. Although personal strife should remain personal, there are potential business implications of the separation for the $386 billion Google and the genomics industry leader, 23andMe. Show More Summary
Larry Page, Sergey Brin, and Eric Schmidt are all billionaires, many times over—which you might think disqualifies them from buying cheap vacation gas from the military to keep their private aircraft fueled in government-owned hangars. Incorrect. Read more...
Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin spend a lot of time traveling the world. As the top dogs of one of the top tech companies in the world, you can only imagine how many people they have to meet with and conferences they need to attend. While most people would fly commercial […]
Google Inc. founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin may have to dig deeper to operate their fleet of private jets, after the U.S. Department of Defense ended a little-known arrangement that for years allowed the tech billionaires to travel on sharply discounted jet fuel bought from the Pentagon.
Larry Page and Sergey Brin, the founders of Google, had a sweet, secret deal worked out with the Pentagon, The Wall Street Journal's Mark Maremont reports. The deal allowed Google to buy heavily discounted jet fuel purchased by the Pentagon. Show More Summary