Google has appointed an Indian-born CEO, Sundar Pichai, making it the second time within a year that an Indian has made it to the top of a Fortune 500 tech giant company. The former Chrome and Android head will be Google’s CEO while co-founder Larry Page will run a new company called Alphabet. Read More
Marissa Mayer who has been working with Google for a long time, infact from the very early days is now the CEO of Yahoo. Marrisa has represented Google is numerous events and was Vice President of Google’s local efforts. She worked with Google for 13 years and with such an opportunity to lead Yahoo, she believes it was a reasonable decision. It is definitely a huge loss for Google and a big catch for Yahoo!
A recent mail of Steve Jobs posted by MacRumors appears to suggest that iWeb will be discontinued. While MacRumors has not posted a valid screenshot of the mail, it should be true. A customer sent a mail to Steve asking if he should find an alternative to iWeb’s website builder and someone to host his sites (iWeb), and Jobs replied saying “Yep.”. Read More
Steve Jobs has finally broken the silence on the whole iPhone location tracking issue. Even though the visionary Apple CEO is on medical leave, he managed to take the time to respond to an email sent to him by a MacRumors reader. According to Steve, Apple does not track the location of an iPhone users, and he firmly believes that Android does. Read More
Larry Page recently replaced Eric Schmidt as CEO of Google. It appears that the stepping down turned out to be beneficial for Eric Schmidt. He is now Google’s executive chairman, and his salary has been increased drastically. As CEO, Eric had a salary of $1 per year, but acoording to a SEC filing from Gooogle, he will be getting $1.25M per year along with a possible 400% target bonus from his base salary.
The new Google CEO, Larry Page has been brining about lots of changes in the company. For Google employees, the only way to get a good and healthy bonus is to do good in terms of social media. Both Google and Larry are clear that social media is the booming arena in which they need to invest. Read More
Back in January, Eric Schmidt announced that he would be stepping down from the position of CEO to executive chairman of Google. He also mentioned that the CEO’s role would be handled by Larry Page, the co-founder of Google. When Google started, Larry was the first CEO of the search engine company, but after a while Sergey and Larry hired Schmidt or adult supervision. Read More
Former Sun CEO’s Scott McNealy and Ed Zander told eWeek that if on that one night Sun would have bought Apple, things would have been so different. Of-course there wouldn’t have been any iPads, Mac, iPods, iTunes etc, but even the brand power of Apple wouldn’t have been so strong.