In the Time Magazine's Feb
20th issue's cover article, In
Search of Real Google, I came across several interesting things. Like Dr. Eric Schmidt;
Chairman of the Executive Committee and Chief Executive Officer
"We try very hard to look like we're out of control... But in fact the
company is very measured. And that's part of our secret."
"The Company isn't run for the long-term value of our shareholders but for
the long term value of our end users"
Sounds pretty bizarre from traditional wisdom but then again, there have been previous
sayings of similar nature. I assume it’s safe to say that where
tradition ends, Google starts!
In Search Of the Real Google
An inside look at how success has changed Larry and Sergey's
dream machine. Can they still be the good guys while running a company worth