http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4gqgX6SvXA -So well-known, Google doesn’t do more than a few rare commercials
CHAIN OF COMMAND: Eric E. Schmidt Ph.D. Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer Age: 54 Patrick Pichette Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President Age: 47 Sergey Brin President - Technology, Director Age: 36 Lawrence Page President - Products, Director Age: 37 NikeshArora President - Global Sales Operations and Business Development Age: 41 David C. Drummond Senior Vice President - Corporate Development, Chief Legal Officer, Secretary Age: 46 Jonathan J. Rosenberg Senior Vice President - Product Management Age: 48 ShonaL. Brown Senior Vice President - Business Operations Age: 43 Alan Eustace Senior Vice President - Engineering & Research Age: 53 John L. Hennessy Lead Independent Director
Eric Schmidt Chief Executive Officer since July 2001 Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Novell from April 1997 – Nov 2001 Various positions at Sun Microsystems before Novell Bachelor from Princeton Masters and PhD from University of California at Berkeley
Sergey Brin Founder Board of Director member since 1998 President of Technology since July 2001 Bachelor of Science from U of M Masters in computer science from Stanford Net worth = $12 Billion dollars (26th richest person) Lawrence Page Founder Board of Director member since 1998 President of Technology since July 2001 Chief Executive (and Financial) Officer from Sep. 1998 – July 2001 (July 2002) Masters in Computer Science fro Stanford Bachelor of Science in Engineering from University of Michigan Net worth = $12 Billion dollars (26th richest person)
Patrick Pichette: executive officer of Bell Canada Enterprises Inc., a telecommunications company, including, most recently, as President - Operations for Bell Canada, and previously as Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, and Executive Vice President of Planning and Performance Management. Masters of Arts degree in philosophy, politics, and economics from Oxford University (as a Rhodes Scholar) and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration NikeshArora: President - Global Sales Operations and Business Development of Google Inc since April 16, 2009. Previously, he served as President of International Operations since 2004. Before joining Google he was Chief Marketing Officer and a member of the management board at T-Mobile Europe. Masters degree from Boston College and a Masters of Business Administration degree from Northeastern University. Nikesh also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the Institute of Technology in Varanasi, India David C. Drummond: Before being Senior Vice President of Corporate Development of Google Inc he served as Vice President of Corporate Development and General Counsel since February 2002. Prior to that, David was a partner at the law firm of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati. David holds a J.D. from Stanford University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from Santa Clara University. Jonathan J. Rosenberg: Senior Vice President of Product Management of Google Inc since January 2006. Jonathan served as Vice President of Software for palmOne. Jonathan held various executive positions at Excite@Home ShonaL. Brown : Senior Vice President of Business Operations of Google Inc since January 2006. Previously, she served as Vice President of Business Operations since September 2003. Prior to joining the company, from October 1995 to August 2003, Shona was at McKinsey & Company, a management consulting firm, where she had been a partner in the Los Angeles office since December 2000. Shona holds a Ph.D. and Post-Doctorate in industrial engineering and engineering management from Stanford University, a Masters of Arts degree from Oxford University (as a Rhodes Scholar), and a Bachelor of Science degree in computer systems engineering from Carleton University. Alan Eustace :Senior Vice President of Engineering and Research of Google Inc since January 2006. Previously, he served as a Vice President of Engineering since July 2002. Prior to joining the company, from May 2002 to June 2002, Alan was at Hewlett-Packard, a provider of technology products, software, and services. Prior to that, Alan worked at Compaq from June 1998 until its acquisition by Hewlett-Packard in May 2002, where he most recently served as Director of the Western Research Laboratory. Prior to that, Alan held various positions at Digital Equipment Corporation until its acquisition by Compaq in June 1998. Alan holds a Bachelor of Science degree, a Masters of Science degree, and a Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Central Florida. John L. Hennessy :member of the board of directors of Google Inc. since April 2004 and as Lead Independent Director since April 2007. Since September 2000, John has served as the President of Stanford University. From 1994 to August 2000, John held various positions at Stanford, including Dean of the Stanford University School of Engineering and Chair of the Stanford University Department of Computer Science. John has been a member of the board of directors of Cisco Systems, Inc., a networking equipment company, since January 2002 and chairman of the board of directors of Atheros Communications, Inc., a wireless semiconductor company, since May 1998. John holds a Master’s degree and a Doctoral degree in computer science from the State University of New York, Stony Brook and a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from Villanova University.
Search Engine Websites Books Pictures Google Finance G-mail Google Apps premier Edition Advertising Adwords AdSense Custom Search Business Edition Double-Click Etc.
Created Nexus One Like the I-phone, 1000+ Apps Web Access Weather etc.
Bing was officially released August 2009
Google issued its IPO and went public on the NASDAQ exchange on August 19, 2004. The issue price was $85 per share.
In August 2004, Sergey Brin and Larry Page, and Eric Schmidt, requested that their base salary be cut to $1. The company has offered their base pay be increased on many occasions but they have turned it down numerous times because, "their primary compensation continues to come from returns on their ownership stakes in Google. As significant stockholders, their personal wealth is tied directly to sustained stock price appreciation and performance, which provides direct alignment with stockholder interests.“ Prior to 2004, Schmidt was making $250,000 per year, and Page and Brin each earned a salary of $150,000.
"you can make money without doing evil," "you can be serious without a suit,“ "work should be challenging and the challenge should be fun."