The Google Boys

Author : George Beahm 0 Review(s)

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Google is arguably the most influential company in the world today. Just fifteen years old, it touches the lives of millions globally through an estimated 13 billion searches on its site every month. With its finger on the pulse of the Internet, it understands its consumers more intimately than any company could hope to. The brainchild of Sergey Brin and Larry Page, Google is now engaged in front line research to push the limits of how we live-whether it is the Google glass, driver less cars or extending human life. There could be no greater lesson in building up from scratch a model company that people aspire to work for, a giant with a market value in the vicinity of $382 billion. How does a company get to be the worlds go-to people? Who better to speak of it than Brin and Page? Business people at all levels will find their thoughts on work principles, company culture, leadership and life lessons visionary. Their ideas will open up unexplored avenues for further innovation. And as the introduction says, if you want more information, you can always Google it!

About the Author

George Beahm has published more than thirty books, including I, Steve - Steve Jobs in his own words, the boy billionaire - Mark Zuckerberg in his own words and a book on media mogul Rupert Murdoch. Beahm is a former army major, a field artillery officer who held a top-secret clearance. He lives with his wife, Mary, in southeast Virginia.
 

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