To promote their recently published book “How Google Works”, Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt and former SVP of products Jonathan Rosenberg did an interview with Bloomberg. The book covers a wide range of topics about Google, like its strategy, corporate culture, talent, innovation, dealing with disruption, and a lot more. During the interview, Schmidt spoke about Apple’s iOS vis-a-vis Google’s Android and the recently launched Apple phones. Read More
In an interview today, Eric Schmidt mentioned that Google Now for iOS was not in Google’s hands anymore. He stated that the App has been submitted to the App Store and is waiting for Apple’s approval. Rumors then began to flow that Apple is on purpose blocking the App from being publicly available on the App Store. When the rumors started to grow, Apple released a comment via CNet saying that Google has not even submitted any such application (Google Now) for the reviewal process. Read More
The executive chairman of Google, Eric Schmidt stood before the Senate Judiciary Antitrust Subcommittee to answer questions about the company and its anti-competitiveness. Schmidt answered many of the questions with qualifications, however there were two points that stood out from the rest. Read More
Eric Schmidt, Google chairman and former Google CEO took stage today at the Dreamforce conference, and when asiked to comment on Steve Jobs, here is what Eric said, Steve Jobs was “probably the best” CEO in 50 or 100 years. Read More
Google’s executive chairman, Eric Schmidt was present at the All Things D conference to talk about Google and the future of the internet. During the session, Schimdt answered questions asked by Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher. He talked on privacy, Chrome, Chromebook, Apps, phones, and of course Apple. Read More
Google’s executive chairman, Eric Schmidt is planning to visit Asian partners to promote Android. According to Taiwanese news publication CENS, Eric will visit Taiwan where he will meet people from HTC, Asus, and component suppliers such as Mediatek and AU Optronics to increase Android usage. 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.
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
Today is Google’s 12th birthday and it is a huge event for us. We just couldn’t let it slide and thus we made up a few comics.