Topic: Larry Page

Did Google CEO Larry Page Just Handle His Last Wall Street Call?

No longer wants to talk every earnings period

Google CEO Larry Page signaled to Wall Street today that he no longer wants to handle routine quarterly calls. During today’s conference call with analysts announcing third quarter results, Page…

Android Head Andy Rubin Stepping Away

Chrome lead Pichai to take over Google’s mobile operating system

The head of Google’s Android mobile operating system Andy Rubin was supposed to speak during this past week’s South by Southwest Interactive conference. A few days before the scheduled appearance,…

'Vanity Fair' Releases Tech-Heavy 'New Establishment' List

Zuckerberg No. 1 for second year in row

Vanity Fair has just released its yearly “New Establishment” list and, this time around, it’s dominated not by media stalwarts, but Silicon Valley tech mavens. For the second year in a…

Mark Zuckerberg Closes Off His Google+ Account

Facebook founder keeps people from seeing his friend list on rival service

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, whose stance on social networking privacy has been widely criticized, seems to suddenly have felt the need for a bit more online privacy himself. When Zuckerberg first…

Newsflash: Mark Zuckerberg Is Really, Really, Really Rich

He's now the world's third richest tech mogul

Earlier this week, GSV Capital bought 225,000 shares of Facebook stock at an average price of $29.28 per share—giving the social networking site a valuation of about $70 billion and…

Page Tanks Google Stock

New CEO's refusal to play nice with Street adds to unease about rise in expenses

Google CEO Larry Page’s relationship with Wall Street is getting off to a rough start, and the company's stock is taking a hit as a result. On Thursday, Google announced its…