September 2004: Co-founder of Google.http://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/index.cfm?fa=printArticle&ID=1036
May 2010: 'Google also says that linking prominently to its own services over those of rivals is good for consumers and not malicious. Its famous search algorithm, conceived by one of the founders, Larry Page, at Stanford in the 1990s, uses a series of complex and opaque formulas to rank the sites within a set of search results. The algorithm is responsible for what Google calls the “organic” listings that appear on a search results page.'http://www.nytimes.com/2010/05/23/technology/23goog.html
Role Name Type Last Updated Founder/Co-Founder of Organization Sep 21, 2004 Student/Trainee (past or present) Stanford University Organization Aug 13, 2007 Colleague/Co-worker of (past or present) Sergey Brin Person Aug 13, 2007
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Date Fairness.com Resource Read it at: Mar 22, 2011 Judge Rejects Google’s Deal to Digitize Books
QUOTE: But citing copyright, antitrust and other concerns, Judge Denny Chin said that the settlement went too far. He said it would have granted Google a “de facto monopoly” and the right to profit from books without the permission of copyright owner... They also said no other company would be able to build a comparable library, leaving Google free to charge high prices for its collection.
New York Times May 21, 2010 Sure, It’s Big. But Is That Bad?
QUOTE: “The government is finally onto the notion that they have to start asking questions about Google,” he said. “Google started off saying they were going to treat everything on the Web neutrally. That is the basis on which they secured dominance. And now they’ve changed the rules.”
New York Times Mar 12, 2010 Apple’s Spat With Google Is Getting Personal
QUOTE: Google and Apple had worked together to bring Google’s search and mapping services to the iPhone...Mr. Jobs, Mr. Schmidt and their companies are now engaged in a gritty battle royale over the future and shape of mobile computing and cellphones, with implications that are reverberating across the digital landscape.
New York Times May 30, 2007 Open-source search engine gangs up on Google
QUOTE: Led by Wikipedia's co-founder Jimmy Wales, hundreds of software engineers - ranging from fledgling teenage coders to retired, respected software gurus - are combining in an unlikely attempt to overturn Google's domination of the search market. Their weapon? The transparency provided by open source software.
Aug 31, 2004 Lessons from Google's IPO
QUOTE: After more than more than three months of filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, public miscues, pricing changes and enough legalese to make a lawyer dizzy, Google's initial public offering is one for the record books.
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