Larry Page

The electric, single-rider aircraft is slated to go on sale this year and doesn't require a license to operate.
It’s truly fascinating how successful people approach problems. Where others see impenetrable barriers, they see challenges
Attendees included Apple Inc’s Tim Cook, Facebook Inc’s Sheryl Sandberg and Tesla Motors Inc’s Elon Musk.
In a stunning announcement, Eric Schmidt, head of Alphabet, Inc., the holding company that owns Google, said today in a press conference at Google's headquarters in Mountain View, California, that at midnight on New Year's Eve of this year, the iconic Google search engine will become property of a new nonprofit organization called Unlimited Years of Search, or UYS.
If I were Larry Page, I would, first, ask: is there a sufficient and urgent unmet need for it? Furthermore, are there other
Three years ago, Silicon Valley developed a fleeting infatuation with a startup called Zee.Aero.
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September 8 is International Literacy Day. Even though Google's recent restructuring has nothing to do with literacy, it is a curious fact that the parent company that Larry Page and Sergey Brin created, is called, Alphabet. As Larry wrote in his blog, speaking for Sergey and himself:
I run a small non-profit, but I see three big lessons for little organizations like ours -- as well as for the young men and women we serve -- in the evolution announced on Monday by one of the most innovative organizations on the planet -- the high-tech giant Google.
Under the disclosed terms, the newly formed Alphabet will own Google's various businesses. With this reorganization, Google is trying to cast a wide net and is distancing itself from the fact that it is the world's leader in search.
We've been through a lot together.
"Don’t worry, we’re still getting used to the name too!"