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Eric Schmidt departs, and Alphabet’s era of adult supervision is over

When Eric Schmidt joined Google as CEO in 2001, the theory was that the company’s founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, needed a seasoned tech executive to help them run the burgeoning business they had created. When he gave up that position to Page almost a decade later, he famously tweeted “day-to-day adult supervision no … Continue reading “Eric Schmidt departs, and Alphabet’s era of adult supervision is over”

Eric Schmidt departs, and Alphabet’s era of adult supervision is over
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Eric Schmidt is stepping down as Alphabet’s executive chairman

Eric Schmidt, who served as Google’s CEO from 2001-2011, has announced that he will be leaving his role as executive chairman of Alphabet’s board of directors. According to the company, Schmidt will then serve as a “technical advisor.” “The Alphabet structure is working well, and Google and the Other Bets are thriving … In recent years, … Continue reading “Eric Schmidt is stepping down as Alphabet’s executive chairman”

Eric Schmidt is stepping down as Alphabet’s executive chairman
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