Saturday, 7 April 2012

Google’s CEO published a long public letter about the company.

Google CEO Larry Page published a long public letter that gives an update on the company’s strategy and highlights some of the conflicts he faces after a year at the head of the company.

The letter came a day after Page claimed Steve Jobs anger at Android was all “for show”. However, Speaking at the Royal Institution on Wednesday night, Steve Jobs biographer Walter Isaacson outlined why Jobs felt such ‘thermonuclear’ anger at Google for stealing the iPhone.

The letter talks about some of Google’s successes, but also points to challenges it faces as it tries to maintain its momentum as a large public company. Page took over as CEO a year ago from Eric Schmidt, who is now executive chairman.

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