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Google has to grow (up)

January21

I spoke with Larry Page late last night.

Eric Schmidt stepping into the advisory role (and, remaining Chairman) has been part of the plan since he joined the company almost ten years ago.

read more about other peoples views, here: http://mashable.com/2011/01/20/larry-page-ceo-googl/

remember that Larry and Sergey founded the company, and they are ready to run it.

consider the timing of this relative to what is happening with Apple, Steve Jobs and his own heir apparent, Tim Cook.

more on that later. but, none of it is bad. change is good. and, this is going to be a TREND as young, well-mentored business thought leaders emerge to take the reins in their own maturing hands (this is what my brian’s BEANS program is about). its how you say it, and then how you do it.

peace be to my Brothers and Sisters.

brian patrick cork

posted under Business, Google, In The News
3 Comments to

“Google has to grow (up)”

  1. Avatar January 21st, 2011 at 7:51 am Andy S. Says:

    Brian Cork with the scoop and perspective!

    What might he do to make this day into a “hat-trick” as is his habit.

    Lead us!

    Andy


  2. Avatar January 22nd, 2011 at 3:14 pm Troy Brown Says:

    “I spoke with Larry Page late last night.”

    I literally laughed out loud when I read this. It is truly a priceless quote. It takes great courage to so boldly lie to everyone you know – kudos for that strength.

    It could have been better, though. You could have thrown in an “again” or changed “spoke with” to “had beers with” or even added “when Larry Page was at my house last night for dinner”.

    And, to top it off, you thrown in a quote from a clear pseudonym – syntax and grammar were the give aways. People are much smarter than you give them credit for; they choose to allow you to continue the charade – out of pity, maybe.


  3. Avatar January 23rd, 2011 at 6:43 pm Brian Patrick Cork Says:

    Hello “Troy”.

    My goodness. You certainly are a ferocious fellow. Welcome here, to be sure.

    I’ll be sure to avoid towers for the next couple of weeks.

    Cork


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