Google co-founder Sergey Brin addressed the protesters who had walked out of their offices at the company’s Mountain View headquarters.
Google employees, including cofounder Sergey Brin, from offices worldwide gathered to speak out against President Trump's immigration restrictions.
Google workers staged protests outside several of its offices in response to new US immigration orders.They were joined by CEO Sunar Pichai and Sergey Brin.
On Monday afternoon, around 2,000 Google employees left their desks and took to the streets to protest against President Donald Trump's controversial immigration ban. This employee-led rally was attended by Google cofounder Sergey Brin,...Show More Summary
More than 2,000 Google employees from at least eight offices around the country participated in the company-supported demonstrations.
After some of the biggest voices in tech weighed in on President Trump's controversial immigration ban -- including Google CEO Sundar Pichai and co-founder Sergey Brin -- Googlers are now taking part by staging a walk-out.
Sergey Brin, the co-founder of Google and current president of Alphabet, has been spotted in San Francisco protesting U.S. President Donald Trump’s immigration action. Brin, whose parents emigrated from Russia when he was 5, was spotted at the San Francisco International Airport on Saturday night protesting Trump’s decision. Show More Summary
Thousands protested Saturday 28 January in more than a dozen cities, many at airports, in response to President Trump’s executive order banning people from seven countries. Notable in San Francisco: Google co-founder Sergey Brin. Trump’s...Show More Summary
Google co-founder Sergey Brin was among hundreds of protesters who converged on San Francisco International Airport on Saturday to speak out against President Trump’s travel ban. Brin declined to comment on CNN, saying he was there in a personal capacity. He told a Forbes reporter, “I am here because...
Google co-founder Sergey Brin, Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom, and other prominent Californians were also there. [ more › ]
Google Cofounder Sergey Brin attends SFO protest: 'I'm here because I'm a refugee.'
Many of us have perceived Google simply as a search engine or a stop-point to extract information. While this was the primary motto for Sergey Brin and Larry Page, they went on to inflate Google into much more. Today Google has not only simplified life but has become another name for life. Show More Summary
A little more than a year ago, Google pressed the reset button, completely overhauling its corporate structure through the formation of a brand new parent company called Alphabet. This change comes nearly 20 years after cofounders Larry...Show More Summary
Entrepreneurial ability is hard to define, which may help explain why it's so easy to overlook. Sure, it's pretty easy to spot the entrepreneurship in big names like Elon Musk and Sergey Brin - they founded companies that are now household names. But entrepreneurship isn't just about founding a company. Show More Summary
Researchers in life sciences, fundamental physics and mathematics share awards from prize founders Yuri Milner, Mark Zuckerberg and Sergey Brin It is not often that a scientist walks the red carpet at a Silicon Valley party and has Morgan...Show More Summary
If you were to ask what Bill Gates and Sergey Brin have in common you'd probably say that they are among the richest individuals in the tech industry. And you're not wrong. Bill Gates is the founder of Microsoft and his net worth is valued at $90 billion making him the richest man in the world. Show More Summary
You should ask this question every time you meet someone.
When Google bought the advertising network DoubleClick in 2007, Google founder Sergey Brin said that privacy would be the company’s “number one priority when we contemplate new kinds of advertising products.” And, for nearly a decade, Google did in fact keep DoubleClick’s...
Julia Angwin, reporting for ProPublica: When Google bought the advertising network DoubleClick in 2007, Google founder Sergey Brin said that privacy would be the company’s “number one priority when we contemplate new kinds of advertising...Show More Summary