Google is paying nearly $15 million in bonuses to four of the Internet search company’s top executives for their performances last year.
It’s a sentiment that, reportedly, is shared by a number of Silicon Valley executives; but one that few, if any, have shared publicly.
Google chairman Eric Schmidt’s glimpse of the Web being used at a top university in Pyongyang makes him part of a tiny elite that has seen the Internet in North Korea.
Students at North Korea’s premier university showed Google’s executive chairman Tuesday how they look for information online: they Google it.
Google’s executive chairman is starting a visit to North Korea that has prompted controversy and fascination.
Google has submitted a proposal aimed at avoiding a showdown with European regulators threatening to crack down on the some of the Internet search leader’s business practices.
Google’s executive chairman Eric Schmidt on Tuesday warned that vast numbers of the world’s population are missing out on the advantages brought by the Internet.
The much anticipated book “Steve Jobs” by Walter Isaacson documents the anger and betrayal jobs felt when Google entered the mobile market with a competing, open source operating system
Google Inc. ushered in new CEO Larry Page with second-quarter earnings that were far better than analysts expected.
If he had another chance, former Google CEO Eric Schmidt would have pressed the Internet search leader to focus more on mounting a challenge to Facebook while he was still running the company.