Archive for the 'Google Corporate' Category

Yahoo vs Google

Tuesday, June 19th, 2007

Jerry Yang, the founder, and now CEO of Yahoo is completely focused on fighting Google. The company is hard focused on taking Yahoo to the next level and will be hiring engineers to improve on the companies technology to regain that they have let slip the past few years.
What will their new technology game plan […]

Google’s new Public Policy blog

Monday, June 18th, 2007

What is Google’s public policy? Well, now you might find out that information faster at the newly launched Google Public Policy blog. This blog was put together to compile Google’s views on government, policy, and politics.
Currently on the site, users can check out Google’s Net Neutrality, Immigration policies, a video of John Edwards at the […]

How long does Google hold their data for?

Monday, June 18th, 2007

Google has reported that it holds users data for no longer than 18 months. After that time it makes it anonymous.
The European advisory had raised eyebrows as to the fact that Google might be in breach of some EU laws pertaining to data retention policies. Google’s response has led them to take a lead role […]

Google to expand Research and Development in Shaghai

Monday, June 18th, 2007

Google is all about research and development. With the launch of many new facilities around the world, Google is planning on stepping up its efforts in Shangai with the opening of a research and development center.
This new Google R&D facility is supposedly going to be aimed at building a more effective search business in China. […]

Google founders agree for another $1 per year salary

Wednesday, January 25th, 2006

Google execs Larry Page, and Sergey Brin agree to take another $1 for all their hard work this year. In a securities filing, Google has also stated that they have approved a $1 year salary for Chairman and CEO Eric Schmidt.
All 3 were payed $1 year for 2005 as well as the last half of […]

Google will not comply with government Search request list

Friday, January 20th, 2006

Google has decided not to comply with the Bush governments request to hand over search request information. This is a request that underscores the potential for online databases to become tools for government surveillance.

Google has refused to comply with a White House subpoena first issued last summer, prompting U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales this week […]

ABC live from Google tonight

Friday, January 20th, 2006

ABC World news will report live from the Google Headquarters tonight.
The Google story and video clips are located here

Google Milestones Corporate history updates

Thursday, January 19th, 2006

The Google Milestones Corporate History page updates to include an overview of the 2005 year and 2006 and beyond…
Its a great informational tool to see where Google came from - where they have been - and where they are headed.