Saturday, March 26, 2011

At Google, Page Seeks to Cut Red Tape - WSJ.com

No more traces of a triumvirate at Google

As Mr. Page has become more visible at Google, Mr. Schmidt, 55, who will become executive chairman, has been shopping around a book about technology and has been traveling more as part of his new role handling government affairs and partnerships, said a person familiar with the matter. Google's other co-founder, Sergey Brin, 37, said earlier this year that he is working on special projects at the company.

Mr. Page's presence has been felt at Google's headquarters and through emails. About a month ago, he sent an email to product and engineering managers asking them to write to him about what they were working on in 60 words or less, said people familiar with the matter. Mr. Page said in the email that he wanted managers to "pitch" him on their projects, these people said.

At Google, Page Seeks to Cut Red Tape - WSJ.com

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