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Google Chief Executive Eric Schmidt is showing no concern over government regulatory scrutiny of his role on the board of Apple Inc, confidently asserting that the inquiry will not find any evidence of violation of antitrust laws.
The New York Times reported on Monday that an inquiry has been launched by the US Federal Trade Commission into whether the ties between the boards of Apple Inc and Google Inc violate antitrust laws.
Chief Executive, Eric Schmidt, along with the other Co-founders at the California-based Internet giant, Google, each took home a meager one dollar paycheck last year, according to a filing with US regulators.
Googleâ€™s Chief Executive Eric Schmidt said on Wednesday that the company plans to let its cash "pile up" as it weathers an economic recession, but doesn't expect to see a fall in revenue.
Google announced on Tuesday that four of its top executives each received bonuses of more than $1.2 million in 2008 for helping the Internet search leader secure modest earnings growth during recession.
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Political observers say Google is taking aim at Washington to earn support for network neutrality and expanded high-speed Internet access. Google employees contributed heavily to Barack Obama's campaign for president and Google Chief Executive Eric Schmidt served on Obama's transition team. While Obama has vowed, in general, that his administration will not play favorites, Google is certain to become a power player, the Los Angeles Times concluded Saturday. Obama shares the Internet giant's...
By Jefferson Graham The struggling economy hasn't caught up with Google -- yet. The Web giant, which announced strong earnings results Thursday, knows it's in for a rougher ride in coming quarters. Google reported profit of $1.35 billion on revenue of $5.54 billion for the third quarter.
By Braden Reddall Google hopes to do for the power grid what it did for the Web.
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