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  • Google to give 30% raises to top executives

     
    Google giving 30% raises to executives next year...
  • Google's quarterly profits jump 29% to $2.54 billion [Updated]

     
    Google, bolstered by holiday-related ad clicks, said its fourth-quarter profit rose 29% to $2.54 billion from $1.97 billion a year earlier. Revenues for the Web search giant climbed to $8.44 billion, up 26% from the same quarter in 2009....
  • Google CEO Eric Schmidt to step down, co-founder Larry Page to take over [Updated]

     
    Google's Eric Schmidt is stepping aside as CEO in April and co-founder Larry Page is taking over, the company said ahead of its earnings statement Thursday. But Schmidt won't be leaving Google -- he's staying on as chairman of the board....
  • The Morning Fix: NBC's Bromstad hits road! Kimmel gets more time. Bargains at Sundance.

     
    After the coffee. Before deciding whether to see "No Strings Attached" or watch football on Sunday. The Skinny: I am rooting for the Jets and Packers. Just wanted to get that out of the way. NBC prime-time chief Angela Bromstad......
  • Exclusive: Google CEO Larry Page completes major reorganization of Internet search giant

     
    Larry Page, who returned as chief executive of Google on Monday, put his stamp on how he will run the Internet giant with a major reorganization of his management team on Thursday. The move comes three days after top Google......
  • Nike goes 'Back to the Future' with McFly shoes

    Nike goes 'Back to the Future' with McFly shoes
    The Nike MAG shoes worn by Marty McFly -- er, actor Michael J. Fox -- in the classic film "Back to the Future Part II" have long been an unattainable holy grail for sneaker-heads. Now, finally, the MAGs have taken the leap from the silver screen into the...
  • How "little bets" lead to extraordinary outcomes

    In January of 1996, Ph.D. students Larry Page and Sergey Brin began working on a research project at Stanford University. Over the past decade and a half, what began as a project to understand and prioritize library searches has transformed into a...
  • Know Yahoo's Marissa Mayer in 11 facts

    Know Yahoo's Marissa Mayer in 11 facts
    Marissa Mayer, who was Google's first female engineer and its 20th employee when she joined that company in 1999, has been named CEO of Yahoo. She's the fifth CEO in as many years at that struggling company. Monday's announcement has caused ripples in...
  • Google glasses are $1,500 - and you can't have them

    Google glasses are $1,500 - and you can't have them
    Google's science-fiction-like virtual reality glasses will start shipping next year with a price tag of $1,500 -- but most buyers won't be able to get their hands on a pair just yet. The under-development glasses, a stealth project hatched in the...
  • Dropbox inventor determined to build the next Apple or Google

    Dropbox inventor determined to build the next Apple or Google
    Four years ago, Drew Houston was just another super-smart hacker with ambitions of starting his own company. He'd strap on headphones to block out everything but the endorphin rush as he cranked code late into the night on a new service that instantly...
  • Facebook files for IPO; hopes to raise $5 billion

    Facebook files for IPO; hopes to raise $5 billion
    Facebook has filed papers for what's expected to be the largest initial public offering ever to come out of Silicon Valley and one of the largest in U.S. history. Ending months of breathless speculation, the 8-year-old social networking company has...
  • Google's first hire, Craig Silverstein, leaves for start-up

    Google's first hire, Craig Silverstein, leaves for start-up
    Google's first hired employee, Craig Silverstein, is leaving the tech giant where he's worked since its founding to sign on with the rising education start-up Khan Academy. Silverstein -- who was technically Google's third employee, after co-founders...