Larry Page Is The New Google CEO

Today I will not be telling you anything new related to the web services by Google but instead I will be telling you about an important change that has taken place in Google recently. Eric Schmidt one of the most successful CEO of Google has finally laid out the name of its successor and in this post we will talking about that new comer and then what were the influences which were made by Eric Schmidt on Google. After serving 10 years as CEO of Google Eric finally named his successor and I hope the person which has been chosen by him will be as reliable and as capable as Eric was as CEO.


First of all let me tell you that Eric is not leaving Google, he has stood up from the throne of CEO and has stepped towards the Executive Chairman of Google, moreover he will keep acting as the internal advisor for Larry Page, the new CEO of Google and this has been announced by Eric recently, Google offered Eric as its CEO in August, 2001 and now when the decade is about to be completed Eric has been promoted to Executive Chairman.

Eric stated that Larry is fully prepared to serve Google and then take it to new heights and so he will be leading the product development and the technology strategy of Google from 4th April, 2011. Eric will himself look for Google deals, government outreach, customers and few more on the global level. Let us see that how Google will be reacting from 4th April.

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