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Schmidt To Sell Off 42-Percent Of Google Stock
2013-02-10 06:22:56

redOrbit Staff & Wire Reports - Your Universe Online Google Chairman Eric Schmidt is reportedly planning to sell off a sizable portion of his stake in the company, according to various media reports published over the weekend. Schmidt, who ran the Mountain View, California-based technology giant for a decade before stepping down in 2011, is looking to sell off 42-percent of his shares in the popular search engine, Dominic Rushe of The Guardian said Friday. That would equate to as...

2012-12-05 05:02:19

A media representative for the Olive Dental Group, a Huntington Beach dental practice, today announced the office is hosting a lifetime teeth whitening special for only $295. The special deal is being offered only to established patients and includes custom made whitening trays each patient will take home to use any time they need a touch up as well as 1 tube of whitening gel, complimentary, every time they have a“¦ Huntington Beach, California (PRWEB) December 04, 2012 A...

2012-08-12 23:01:47

A media representative for the Olive Dental Group today announced the launch of a new website to better serve their client base. The new site is going to be promoted by the powerful Unique Web Consulting firm which is widely known for increasing dental practices´ internet marketing campaigns for a steady stream of clients in California. (PRWEB) August 12, 2012 A media representative for the Olive Dental Group today announced the launch of a new website to better serve their client...

Two-Thirds Of World Still Not Connected To Internet
2012-06-20 12:10:25

Eric Schmidt, Google´s Executive Chairman, this week spoke about the haves and the have-nots during a speech at an annual Israeli conference sponsored by President Shimon Peres, writes Dara Kerr for CNET. Schmidt focused on the fact that most people on Earth aren´t benefiting from technology´s enormous advances over the past few years. “The world wide web has yet to live up to its name,” he said. “Technology does not produce miracles, but connectivity, even...

2012-05-24 19:07:38

Michael Harper for RedOrbit.com Last August, Google CEO Chairman Eric Schmidt gave a lecture at the Edinburgh International Television Festival where he announced a partnership with UK´s National Film and TV School to train young film-makers. Then, he started criticizing the countries education system. "Your IT curriculum focuses on teaching how to use software, but gives no insight into how it's made. That is just throwing away your great computing heritage," he said, according to...

Google's Eric Schmidt Earned More Than $100M in 2011
2012-04-23 04:32:22

A regulatory filing has revealed that, when former Google Chief Executive Eric Schmidt assumed his new role as Executive Chairman, he received a sizable pay raise in the process. According to Wall Street Journal reports published Friday, Schmidt left behind the "symbolic" $1 annual salary he received in his old position and earned $1.25 million in his new position, according to documents filed by the Menlo Park, California-based company. Furthermore, a Saturday article by Ari Levy and...

UPDATE: Google's Schmidt Defends Himself Boldly Against Senate Hearing
2011-09-22 12:36:14

   Google Inc.'s Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt faced off in a U.S. Senate hearing on Wednesday and claimed the company had not altered its search results in favor of itself over competition. Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee's antitrust panel said the company had grown into a dominant and potentially anti-competitive force on the Internet. "Google is in a position to determine who will succeed and who will fail on the Internet," Republican Senator Mike Lee said...

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