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Shareholder sues Google to block planned stock split

May 1st, 2012

Google earlier this month reported its earnings for the first quarter of 2012, topping Wall Street’s estimates. The Internet giant also announced plans to create a new class of non-voting capital stock that would effectively create a 2-for-1 stock split. As a result, Google would be able to issue new shares of stock for acquisitions …

Larry Page: Android is important, but not critical to Google

April 18th, 2012

According to Google CEO and co-founder Larry Page, the Android mobile operating system is an important asset for Google, but it is not critical. Page made the claim during courtroom testimony as he took the stand for a second day in the company’s legal dispute with Oracle. The CEO’s testimony is rather puzzling — Page has previously claimed …

Steve Jobs’s biographer says ‘thermonuclear’ anger at Google was real

April 5th, 2012

Walter Isaacson, the man behind the authorized Steve Jobs biography, said while speaking at the Royal Institution on Wednesday that he disagreed with Google CEO Larry Page, and Jobs’s hatred for Android was real, Macworld reported. In an earlier interview, Page indicated that the Android, Apple feud was just “for show” and merely a way to …

Google CEO: Steve Jobs didn’t really hate Android

April 4th, 2012

Steve Jobs famously vowed to spend his dying breath and all of Apple’s cash to destroy Google’s Android operating system. In an interview with Bloomberg Businessweek, Google CEO Larry Page said that despite Jobs’s rather public hatred, “the Android differences were actually for show.” Page claimed that, “For a lot of companies, it’s useful for …

Apple’s Tim Cook named most popular CEO of 2012

March 30th, 2012

Glassdoor on Friday revealed its latest list of the “Top 25 Highest Rated CEOs of 2012.” Apple’s Tim Cook took the top spot with a 97% approval rating, leading Ernst & Young’s Jim Turley, Qualcomm’s Paul Jacobs and Google’s Larry Page. “I think leadership is doing an amazing job,” said one Apple employee. “We have …

Google reports huge Q3; revenue up 33%, profit up 26%

October 13th, 2011

Google announced its third quarter 2011 results on Friday, which surpassed analyst expectations. “We had a great quarter,” Google CEO Larry Page said. “Revenue was up 33% year on year and our quarterly revenue was just short of $10 billion,” Page explained, noting that the company’s brand new Google+ social network now has more than …

Nokia CEO wary of Motorola/Google deal, warns Google's Android partners

August 17th, 2011

Speaking during a seminar in Helsinki, Nokia CEO Stephen Elop gave a gloomy response to Google’s planned $12.5 billion takeover of Motorola Mobility. “If I happened to be someone who was an Android manufacturer or an operator, or anyone with a stake in that environment, I would be picking up my phone and calling certain …

HTC: Relationship with Google not affected by Motorola acquisition

August 15th, 2011

It may seem that Google’s other Android partners would be upset by the search giant’s decision to acquire Motorola for $12.5 billion but that’s apparently not the case. Execs from HTC, LG, Samsung and Sony Ericsson spoke in support of the purchase earlier on Monday, and now HTC has issued a second statement on the …

HTC, Samsung, LG, Sony Ericsson sound off on Google's Motorola acquisition

August 15th, 2011

Early Monday morning, Google announced that it will acquire Motorola for $12.5 billion. Google CEO Larry Page explained the acquisition will help bolster the tech giant’s patent portfolio and that his company will continue to “work with all [of its partners] to deliver outstanding user experiences.” While it may seem that Motorola will now have …