Google's co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, together with Chief Executive Eric Schmidt have promised to stay at Google for 20 years. More information in this article.Here's a snippet:By any measure, Google treats employees incredibly well. Is it possible to treat them too well?Page: My grandfather worked in the auto plants in Flint, Mich. He was an assembly-line worker. During the sit-down strikes
David Eun, the head of Google's content partnerships, insists that the Internet behemoth won't be a competitor to traditional media. Producing content is "not our business," he says. "Journalists, news bureaus -- that's not what we do."Entire interview available here.
12 December 2007 19:11 | Google
I recently heard that in the third quarter of 2008, Google will release their own phone to the public. My initial response was "ooh! cool beans!" but after letting it set for awhile, I have some doubts about how it will come up against the iPhone. IMHO, had Google gotten into this market prior to Apple's darling, they might have had a competitive edge. As I wonder how it's going to all play out,