Bill Gates & Larry Page
William Henry Bill Gates III (born October 28, 1955 in Seattle, Washington) is an American business magnate, investor, philanthropist, and author. Lawrence Larry Page (born March 26, 1973) is an American computer scientist and internet entrepreneur who, with Sergey Brin, is best known as the co-founder of Google. /5
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What Steve Jobs, Larry Page and Bill Gates all understood about business
EVERY MOMENT IN BUSINESS happens only once. . The next Bill Gates will not build an operating system. The next Larry Page or Sergey Brin wo…
Larry Page, Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, etc, which would be really despicable and scary. Th…
The thinking man is a respected man. I don't blame brothers like, Mark Zuckerberg, Larry Page, Bill Gates, for...
Bill Gates throws shade on Larry Page and other "rich people" who want to "fund things so they can live longer"
People who inspires me most: ✓ Elon Musk ➜ For showing what an entrepreneur can do with willpower & desperation. Tesla Motors, SpaceX, SolarCity what not! ✓ Bill Gates ➜ Not for Microsoft, for the work he did with Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. ✓ Satya Nadella ➜ For the changes he brought in Microsoft. ✓ Drew Houston ➜ For showing how to monetize a service, rather than product. ✓ Marisa mayer ➜ For bringing back Yahoo from dead. ✓ Neil deGrasse Tyson ➜ Keeping apart all the good things he does, just for Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey. ✓ Mark Zuckerberg ➜ For showing rather than the idea itself, the execution of the idea that matters. ✓ Jeff Bezos ➜ amazon.com! ✓ Larry Page ➜ You know why! For literally conquering the world! ✓ Adam D'Angelo & Charle Cheever ➜ For founding Quora. A place where you literally can get smarter. Fell free to share the people who inspire you. :)
The day Indian students stop dreaming to work for Zuckergerg,Bill Gates or Larry Page.They can be the next one of them
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Q22.Forbes list of World's Most Powerful People 2014 released. According to this list who is the most powerful person of World? [A] Pope Francis [B] Larry Page [C] Bill Gates [D] Vladimir Putin ans21-c
Each time I see a list like this and I don't find my name, I go back to work: The world’s 25 most powerful people according to Forbes: 1. Vladimir Putin, President of Russia 2. Barack Obama, President of the US 3. Xi Jinping, General Secretary of the Communist Party of China 4. Pope Francis, Head of the Roman Catholic Church 5. Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany 6. Janet Yellen, Chair of the Board of Governors of the United States Federal Reserve System 7. Bill Gates, Co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation 8. Mario Draghi, President of the European Central Bank 9. Sergey Brin and Larry Page, Cofounders of Google 10. David Cameron, cofounder of Google 11. Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud, King of Saudi Arabia 12. Warren Buffett, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway 13. Li Keqiang, Premier of China 14. Carlos Slim Helu, Honorary chairman of América Móvil 15. Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India 16. Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon 17. Francois Hollande, President of France 18. Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Cha ...
Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg, dropped out of College early to hasten their success.I believe they were born with the right genes and no element of education was relevant. And the likes of Sergey Brin and Larry Page of Google, Chad Hurley of YouTube and Bob Parsons of GoDaddy capitalized on at least four years of college. So don't be fooled. To be an aspiring entrepreneur, should be what to study in college for maximum value, rather than whether to drop out or stay.
Top 10 TED Talks for Entrepreneurs in 2014. Bill Gates, Larry Page and Tim Berners-Lee on the year's hottest topics.
Look at pioneering technology founders like Bill Gates of Microsoft, Andy Grove of Intel, Larry Page and Sergey Brin…
Ok, so the argument about why even a crash program -- Bill Gates walks in the door tomorrow, ready to spead 30 or 40 gigabucks on a LFTR power reactor; 50MWe, sized to go in power company distribution yards -- is impractical is that "you'd never get it past NRC". Would you? How much time, money, and staff would it take to hand-walk that process through? Let's assume that Allen has some company... oh, say, Warren Buffet, Paul Allen, Larry Ellison (who wants them for datacenters), and Larry Page and Sergey Brin (who want them because Cool!) If that much firepower descended on the idea, all at once, would it in fact be "impossible" to get NRC to cooperate? Do people really think that?
Mark Zuberberg、Bill Gates and Larry Page dump ice bucket over head. It's your turn, Elon Musk ! "
"The decisions by the supreme court have left the American people with the status quo in which one side's billionaires are pitted against the other side's billionaires. Except one side doesn't have any billionaires." ~ Harry Reid (D) Nevada Harry... just doing a quick google scan of the richest people in America led me to this link: on this link I find the following billionaire democrat donors: * ($72B) Bill Gates (Common Core) * ($59B) Warren Buffett (a frequest White House visitor to 'Dear Leader') * ($41B) Larry Ellison * ($31B) Michael Bloomberg * ($29B) Sheldon Adelson (who donates to Harry Reid all the time) * ($27B) Jeff Bezos * ($25B) Larry Page * ($20B) George Soros * ($19B) Mark Zuckerberg * ($18B) Steve Ballmer * ($16B) Paul Allen The list goes on and on... so, Harry, perhaps it's past time to take your dementia pills.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates could buy all of the homes in Boston. amazon.com CEO could do the same in Napa, while Google co-founder Larry Page could do
Founders of Apple are Steve Jobs ,Steve Woznik and Ronald Wayne Founders of Google are Larry Page and Sergrey Brin founder of Coca Cola is John Prembton Founders of IBM are Charles Flint and Watson Founders of Microsoft are Bill Gates and Paul Allen Founders of GE are THomas Alva Edison , THomson and Edwin Founder of Samsung is Byung Chull Lee Founders of McDonald's Maurice Mcdonald and Richard McDonald founders of Intel are Gordon and Robert Founder of Toyota is Toyoda
Who is more technically competent: Larry Page, Sergey Brin, Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates or Steve Jobs?
Uttar Pradesh Samajwaadi Party leader Abu Azmi just made a statement on TV that those muslims who don't vote for samaajwadi party should undergo DNA test! It is obvious that Mr. Azmi does not know the difference between hardware and software! Somebody should educate Mr. Azmi that DNA is a hardware fact, while islam is a software installed after birth and does not change DNA in any way ! All muslims who live in UP / Hindustan have the same DNA=hardware as Hindus. The DNA test will show NOTHiNG ! If Mr. Azmi does not believe what I have written, he can ask Bill Gates or Larry Page (google) or Mark Zuckkerberg (FB). Even gandi-baba (so called FotN) didn't know this and had to be educated by Gopal Krishna Gokhale.
.Don’t say you don’t have enough time. You have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to Helen Keller, Bill Gates, Larry Page, Mark Zuckerberg, Napoleon Hill, Dr. James Mwangi, William Ruto, Wangari Mathai, Steve Jobs, and many others...
Seven of the 10 richest counties in the country voted for Barack Obama in 2012. Democrats represent eight of the ten richest congressional districts in the country. Congressional Democrats have a higher median net worth than congressional Republicans. The top 20 entries in the Forbes list of the 400 wealthiest Americans include conservative bogeymen such as Charles and David Koch (tied at number 4) and Sheldon Adelson (number 11). But these men are overwhelmed by Democratic fundraisers such as Warren Buffett (number 2), Michael Bloomberg (number 10), Jeff Bezos (number 12), Larry Page (number 13), Sergey Brin (number 14), and George Soros (number 19), as well as by billionaires who have donated more evenly between parties, such as Bill Gates (number 1) and Larry Ellison (number 3). Eight of the 10 largest private foundations are liberal.
10 Business Success Tips for Young Entrepreneurs Top Teen Business Tips Some of the world's most famous and profitable businesses were started by students. Microsoft began in Bill Gates' Harvard dorm room, Google got its start on the Stanford campus as the computer science project of doctoral students Sergey Brin and Larry Page and thousands of other student companies thrive in every industry. Even if you're not aiming to be another Bill Gates - maybe you just want to earn some extra cash with a summer landscaping business - you'll have to navigate some unique challenges as a young entrepreneur testing the business waters. Here are 10 success tips for young entrepreneurs. 1. Do what you love. All successful teen businesses have one factor in common: Their owners love what they do - so choose a small business idea that aligns with your interests, no matter what they are. 2. Know what you want. Are you willing to leave school if your business takes off? Or do you envision your business as a side project? Be ...
*** yeah! About time a CEO said this. This is why Larry Page is way better than Bill Gates.
A MUST READ: 10 INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES FROM ENTREPRENEURS: 1. Steve Jobs: Co-Founder of Apple "Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma – which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of other’s opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary." 2.Walter Elias a.k.a. ‘Walt Disney:’ Co-Founder of Walt Disney Productions "All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them." 3.Bill Gates: Chairman of Microsoft "It’s fine to celebrate success but it is more important to heed the lessons of failure." 4.Henry Ford: Founder of the Ford Motor Company "Failure is simply the opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently… A business absolutely devoted to service will have only one worry about profits. They will be embarrassingly large ...
History behind name of intel , yahoo , microsoft , google , apple and adobe True but really interesting things. Intel Bob Noyce and Gordon Moore are the founders of Intel. Initially they wanted to name it as “Moore Noyce” Later they found that there was another company with that name which ran a group of hotels. Therefore, they decided to look for another name. Then they were toying with the name ‘More Noise’. They thought, for a semiconductor company this name could be a wrong name. Then for the first year they used ‘NM Electronics’ as their company name. Finally, Intel got its name as a short form of Integreated Electorinics. Microsoft Bill Gates named Microsoft from two words. Microcomputer and Software. In year 1975, Bill Gates wrote a letter to his colleague Paul Allen, he wrote as Micro-Soft. But in 1976 they registered the name Microsoft as a single name. Yahoo The first name of Yahoo was “Jerry and David’s Guide to the World Wide Web”. In 1994 it changed its name to Yahoo. The na ...
"Another Brick in the Wall" -Pink Floyd. Let these kids keep their imagination, let them maintain their identity. The current educational system is keeping this from happening. These are human beings not robots, tests are necessary but the multitudes of it are not. Also, stop comparing American children to children from other countries like China and India. This generation of young Americans will be just fine. The most brilliant ideas have come from the USA simply because there was a point in time where children had a chance to think for themselves. Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, Barack Obama, Walt Disney, Chad Hurley, Larry Page, Percy Spencer, and Henry Ford just to name a measly few. We have nothing to prove to anybody, we just need to learn how to survive and make a difference in this world. Our main objective should not be "competition" or "numbers" (statistics) it should be cooperation. Doing what is best for the children, giving them a quality education with no strings attached to 50+ exa ...
Unequal society is important for geniuses to emerge. Make a society 'equal' and you have creativity and productivity going to zilch; we don't have to go too far example of such a society 'the Soviet Union Empire and associated egalitarianism of the left.' Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Larry Page and Mark Zuckerman are all product of a society that rewards creativity. Apple and Microsoft are notable success, there were failures like Commodore, PET, Atari, TRS-80. Steve Jobs always said that they “created the products they wanted to use themselves, the man had the vision to grow this market, and to own it. Without proliferation of the PCs proliferation web would be unrealisable. Amazon or FB without computers is not a workable model so would be Google destined to ignominy as limited research usage. In this day of knowledge society will become unequal based on inequality of understanding and derive, some do better than others some end up owning Microsoft and Apple others will use it to flourish, those on the t . ...
As institutions influence behavior and incentives in real life, they forge the success or failure of nations. Individual talent matters at every level of society, but even that needs an institutional framework to transform it into a positive force. Bill Gates, like other legendary figures in the information technology industry (such as Paul Allen, Steve Ballmer, Steve Jobs, Larry Page, Sergey Brin, and Jeff Bezos), had immense talent and ambition. But he ultimately responded to incentives. The schooling system in the United States enabled Gates and others like him to acquire a unique set of skills to complement their talents. The economic institutions in the United States enabled these men to start companies with ease, without facing insurmountable barriers. Those institutions also made the financing of their projects feasible. The U.S. labor markets enabled them to hire qualified personnel, and the relatively competitive market environment enabled them to expand their companies and market their products. ...
Out of Forbes 500 Billionairs, 15 are those who have made their billion from Tech Startups.. Some of them are: Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezos, Larry Page, Sergy Brin, Larry Page, Mark Zuckerberg, Jeffrey Skoll (eBay), Reid Hoffman (LinkedIn), Michael Dell and more.. And as per estimates, if Technology is properly and optimally utilized, then this is just a scratch on the surface...
In the article some are named: Carlos Slim Helu, Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Larry Page ... Or just read the report :)
Bill Gates, Richard Branson, Larry Page, Mark Zuckerberg and Henry Ford all have 2 things in common, College drop outs &
I just thought you had to know these *Founder of Apple Computers – Steve Jobs *Founder of Artificial Intelligence – John McCarthy *Founder of Bluetooth – Ericsson *Father of Computer – Charles Babbage *Father of ‘C’ Language – Dennis Ritchie *Founder of Email – Shiva Ayyadurai *Founder of Google – Larry Page and Sergey Brin *Founder of Internet – Vint Cerf *Father of ‘Java’- James Gosling *Father of JQuery – John Resig *Founder of Keyboard – Christoper Latham Sholes *Founder of Linux – Linus Torvalds *Founder of Microsoft – Bill Gates and Paul Allen *Founder of Mobile Phones – Martin Cooper *Founder of Mouse – Douglas Engelbart *Founders of Oracle – Ed Oates, Larry Ellison, Bob Miner *Founder of Php – Rasmus Lerdorf *Founder of USB – Ajay V.Bhatt *Founder of WWW – Tim Berners-Lee *Founder of Yahoo – Jurry Yang and David Filo *Founder of this group – Joe Lubowa and Huffein R
Bill Gates, Michael Dell, Steve Jobs, Larry Page and Sergey Brin are all examples of entrepreneurs who launched small businesses and with passion and perseverance grew their small businesses into multi billion dollar corporations.
ALL BIG COMPANIES WERE ONCE SMALL COMPANIES 1939: Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HPQ) was started in a garage in Palo Alto, CA in 1939. 1975: On April 4, 1975 Bill Gates and Paul Allen, childhood friends, formed a partnership in Albuquerque, New Mexico - Allen suggested they call it Microsoft. 1976: Apple was started by Steve Jobs in a bedroom in Cupertino, California in 1976. 1984: Dell (Nasdaq: DELL) was started by Michael Dell in a dorm room at The University of Texas in 1984. 1998: Google was started in September 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin in Susan Wojcicki's garage on Santa Margarita Ave., Menlo Park, Calif. They rented the garage for $1,700.00 pm. Today Susan is Senior vice president of advertising at Google. Her sister, Anne, is married to Brin. They are now separated.
Political Insider Herman Cain: In new comic book, he’s got everything but a cape. Bluewater has featured other business executives life stories in the pages of comic books such as Mikhail Prokhorov, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Sergey Brin and Larry Page: The Creators of Google and Jack Dorsey. “Some of the most of the interesting stories don’t come from Hollywood but from the business news world. People like Herman Cain, Howard Schultz, Mark Zuckerberg, created unique cultural touchstone that have more entering value than the latest single from a pop single. Their stories are America’s Myths,” said publisher, Darren G. Davis.
The Notorious richest 400 Americans.. randomly wiki'ing alot of these names you get the business owners.. you get alot of daddy was an oil tycoon.. so I'm an oil tycoon. Bankers who were sons of bankers and so on. Alot of these ppl are in oil.. but many more are bankers and majority shareholders of America's most goliath corporations. But many of the entrepreneurs on here.. the business owners.. the inventors.. you'll find many did not go to college.. much like the daddy's of tycoons.. many of them didn't go to college either.. this didn't surprise me much. Heres the list.. some are great people.. some are genuises.. and some just need to get shot in the face. 1 Bill Gates 2 Warren Buffett 3 Larry Ellison 4 Christy Walton 5 Charles Koch 6 David Koch 7 Jim Walton 8 Alice Walton 9 S. Robson Walton 10 Michael Bloomberg 11 Larry Page 12 Sergey Brin 13 Sheldon Adelson 14 George Soros 15 Michael Dell 16 Steve Ballmer 17 Paul Allen 18 Jeff Bezos 19 Anne Cox Chambers 20 John Paulson 21 Donald Bren 22 Abigail Jo . ...
i'm experimenting with the idea that a meme is a thought in the evolving hybrid gaic intelligence of which the internet is the most obvious processing centre. In that vein, here's my fantasy: Pope Francis and the Dali Llama meet, become friends and decide to hold a special conference for those with money, power, ideas and social intention with the specific goal of figuring out how the world can end or greatly decrease suffering (think Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Ted Turner, Warren Buffett and the Sergei Brin and Larry Page). Please share if you'd like to see this.
Is Your Business Partner Helping or Hurting Your Business? Some get on famously while others are infamously love-hate relationships. Some are timeless while others burn brilliantly and burn out in a flash. They’re as unique and unpredictable as the individuals involved, but one thing’s for sure: Partnerships work -- to a point. It’s certainly true of founding entrepreneurs. Bill Gates and Paul Allen, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, Larry Page and Sergey Brin. The list is long. But there comes a point in a company’s growth when partnerships are no longer effective -- when one must lead and the other must follow, or quit. When two heads are better than one: In a startup, when you’re trying to come up with a breakthrough, creative idea or marketable product, it helps to be able to bounce ideas off of someone equally vested in a positive outcome. Often partners can achieve things together they might never have done otherwise -- creating a “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts” phenomenon ...
We have a responsibility to listen to that pure and divine subtle voice within our hearts for it is who we truely are and always will be, and learn to not give way to corroborance of or in the slightest to pluralistic ignorance around us for it is but an illusion and the pathway to an evil norm. We must learn to embrace ourselves respectfully without regard and dare to embark upon the realms of opposition in perfect security, tranquility, and radiance. Dare to be crazy for all the greats in there given time space reality where: Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, Chad Hurley, and Larry Page. The spirit of innovation and resolve has, is, and always will be misunderstood for "No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it" Einstein.
Richest people in AMERICA: Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Larry Ellison, Charles Koch, David Koch, Christy Walton and family, Michael Bloomberg, Sheldon Anderson, Jeff Bezos, Larry Page, Sergey Brin this message is for you: How can you sleep at night? So many people are hurting in America.Have you ever been down skid row? How could you need over 20 Billion dollars to yourself??? Did you know that some of our fellow American people are eating out of the trash? Did you know some Americans sleep in card board boxes? I understand there have to be rich people.but seriously? This is ridiculous. I don't think anyone needs over 1 billion dollars to themselves. There should be a limit on how much money people can have. These money hoarders are just greedy and keep collecting more cash. REMEMBER that we are not ALL stupid some of us pray for Robin Hood to come and get ALL of you evil billionaires.
Here you go folks... The next time you ignore an Introvert, as if they are second class, ignorant, unsociable people... Study your History! Famous Introverts: Albert Einstein, Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Joe Dimaggio, Mohandas Gandhi, Moses, Abraham Lincoln, J.K.Rowling, Audrey Hepburn, Sir Issac Newton, George Orwell, W.B. Yeats, Steve Wozniak (Brain behind Apple), Dale Carnegie, Steven Spielberg (Directed 1st Columbo episode as a kid), Larry Page (co-founder of Google), Charles Darwin, Clint Eastwood, Michael Jordan, Sir Alfred Hitchcock, Charles Schulz, Thomas Edison, and many many more. It's plain to see, that Introverts are always in your life, where ever you acknowledge it or not. From the computer you use, to the electricity in your home, to the phone you use, and the movies you enjoy... You would have none of these, without the Introvert... whom is always "thinking" and "observing" while the extroverts run their mouth contributing very little to society. Examples of Extroverts.. Bill Clinton (Liar ...
Larry Page & Eric Schmidt vs. Bill Gates & Steve Ballmer in this years Summer Slam tag team championship match
Who would you pick to win a battle? Linus Torvalds, Bill Gates, Steve Wozniak, or Larry Page? Leave a reply!
Google's Larry Page is Atheist, Microsoft's Bill Gates is Atheist, and Apple's Steve Jobs was a Buddhist Atheist. The big 3? Yup.
so are Mark Zuckerberg, Larry Page, Sergey Brin, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, and Warren Buffet the scums you are referring to?
I am on a mission to help individuals who are truly serious, position themselves to elevate their life, family & communities through an awesome company that is positioned & on track right now to become a BILLION dollar company within the next 3 to 5 years. When this company goes public it is predicted to be like a Bill Gates (microsoft) & Larry Page & Sergey Brin (Google) where hundreds of millionaires were made instantly when they went public... Anyone want to position themselves to get a piece of the pie... Don't wait until the storm comes, position yourself now so that you will be ready for the storm, because it will come. Think about it, we're almost always, either in a storm, going through a storm or coming out of a storm... That's just the way life is... If you are serious & want to start something part-time now so that you can live life on your terms later & do some of the things that you truly desire in life & not have someone else control your destiny, then Inbox me for more details. Seriou ...
face book: "The New Digital Age: Reshaping the Future of People, Nations and Business"..., Jared Cohen, Eric Schmidt... AD2013 EPUB. 'This is the most important - and fascinating - book yet written about how the digital age with affect our world' Walter Isaacson, author of Steve JobsFrom two leading thinkers, the widely anticipated book that describes a new, hugely connected world of the future, full of challenges and benefits which are ours to meet and harness... The New Digital Age is the product of an unparalleled collaboration: full of the brilliant insights of one of Silicon Valley's great innovators - what Bill Gates was to Microsoft and Steve Jobs was to Apple, Schmidt (along with Larry Page and Sergey Brin) was to Google - and the Director of Google Ideas, Jared Cohen, formerly an advisor to both Secretaries of State Condoleezza Rice and Hillary Clinton. Never before has the future been so vividly and transparently imagined. From technologies that will change lives (information systems that greatl ...
How do Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, and Larry Page manage their time?
sau một hồi đọc bài văn này Unit 11 BE 4 mà chẳng hiểu gì mấy. bài đọc khó hiểu quá Larry Page and Sergey Brin, the thirtyish founders of Google, are doing something so courageous that it has never been risked before, not even by the bold Silicon Valley iconoclasts who preceded them. Not by Microsoft's Bill Gates. Not by Netscape's Jim Clark. Not by Oracle's Larry Ellison. Not even by Apple's Steve Jobs. The Google guys are telling Wall Street to drop dead. For all their talk about reinventing the world, those entrepreneurs from an earlier era played the game of going public the way it had always been played. Before Google came along, when a company was ready to sell shares, it hired big Wall Street investment firms such as Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley. The firms offered the stock to their favorite customers at a big discount to what it would command on the open market. The privileged few were guaranteed quick profits, but the company received less money for its IPO than it h ...
Bill Gates richest tech czar, Premji tops in India :- America's technology sector remained a driving force for the world's billionaires, led by Microsoft's Bill Gates and other familiar names, a Forbes survey showed on Monday. Gates, the world's second richest individual on the Forbes list, saw his fortune rise by some $6 billion to $67 billion, but the magazine attributed this to his private equity and other holdings, not to Microsoft. That allowed Gates to widen his lead among tech billionaires over Oracle founder Larry Ellison, with a net worth of $43 billion -- making him number five overall on the Forbes list. Amazon's Jeff Bezos, number 19 overall on the list, was third in the tech sector with holdings valued at $25.2 billion. Google's chief executive Larry Page and co-founder Sergei Brin were close behind with $23 billion and $22.8 billion, respectively. Despite his company's woes, Dell founder Michael Dell held a fortune worth $15.3 billion, making him the sixth wealthiest tech billionaire. Micro ...
BRAIN BEHIND ANDROID !!! Have you heard of Andy Rubin? That’s OK, most people haven’t - Even though today he’s Apple’s greatest threat since Bill Gates in the 1980s. Andy’s little brain-child, Android, has gone from an idea 7 years ago to now accounting for 72% of the 181 million smart phone global smartphones sold in the last quarter, compared to just 14% for Apple. Android phones are now outselling Apple 5 to 1, with 1.3 million new Android activitations EVERY DAY. Who is Andy Rubin? He was an engineer at Apple in the early 1990s with Apple’s ‘General Magic’ team, designing the first mobile software platform. He left to create his own operating system and PDA called ‘Sidekick’ - before the ipod was launched. It failed, and by 2003 Andy was back at the drawing board. Fast forward to 2005, and a meeting between Andy and Google’s Larry Page. Did Larry want to endorse Andy’s new mobile operating system Android? (Named after a robot sidekick). Larry did one better, buying over the ent ...
40% of high-powered American business people are introverts including Bill Gates, Charles Schwab, and Larry Page.
Who wouldn't want to be on this list with the likes of Bill Gates, Larry Page and Oprah?
Bankers, hedge fund & PE directors, execs of multi-national corporates that is. No one voted for Bill Gates or Larry Page.
Do democrats know what it's like to have had a hard time? Let's see... from Forbes "Top 15 Richest People in America". Democrate - Bill Gates $56 billion, Warren Buffett $50 billion, Lawrence Ellison $39.5 billion, Jim Walton $20.1 billion, Alice Walton $20 billion, S. Robson Walton $20 billion, Larry Page (Google) $15 billion, Sergey Brin (Google) $15, billion, George Soros $14.2 billion, Mark Zuckerberg $13.5 billion, Dustin Moskovitz $2.7 billion, Sean Parker $1.6 billion, Peter Thiel $1.6 billion, Yuri Milner $1 billion, Eduardo Saverin $1.6 billion. Independents - Michael Bloomberg $18 billion. Republicans - Charles Koch $21.5 billion, David Koch $21.5 billion, Sheldon Adelson $20.5 billion, Michael Dell $14 billion. First of all hm I thought it was the republicans that were the rich ones. Second - it gives a little insight into why the Democrats never raised taxes on the wealthy when they had the White House, the House and the Senate.
“These Google guys, they want to be billionaires and rock stars and go to conferences and all that. Let’s see if they still want to run the business in two or three years.” - Bill Gates, on Google magnates Sergey Brin and Larry Page, 2003
Larry Page probably has as much money as Bill Gates. Maybe.
5 most surprising things heard at Harvard’s Cyberposium By Barb Darrow Nov. 4, 2012, 3:07pm PT There was the usual talk about the excitement of the startup universe and the thrill of entrepreneurship at Harvard Business School’s 18th annual Cyberposium on Sunday, so I’ll cut to the chase. Here are the five most surprising, or entertaining, things I heard at the confab which drew about 700 attendees, many of them MBA candidates. 1: Founders who lack co-founders fail. Okay, that’s overstating the case, but the vast majority of tech startups that go on to massive success have co-founders, said keynoter Lee Hower who, probably not surprisingly, was a co-founder of LinkedIn and is also the co-founder of NextView Ventures, a Boston-based VC firm. He cited Microsoft’s Bill Gates and Paul Allen, Apple’s Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, Google’s Larry Page and Sergei Brin, and, of course, Hewlett-Packard’s, William Hewlett and David Packard as exemplars. The exception to prove the rule? Amazon’s Jef ...
For those who have not visited TED, give it a look. T E D stands for Technology Entertainment and Design. Presentations are no longer than 20 minutes and cover an incredibly broad range of topics. There's something to interest just about everyone. Past presenters include Bill Clinton, Jane Goodall, Malcolm Gladwell, Al Gore, Gordon Brown, Richard Dawkins, Rodney Mullen, Bill Gates, educator Salman Khan, Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, and many Nobel Prize winners., as well as many you've never heard of. It's one of my favorite web sites.
Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Sergy Brin, Larry Page & Mark Zcukerberg never perfomed 'Laxmi Pujan' in their life nor do they plan to do it today. How about you?
The ''uncleaver'' students in their school or college time ...Had change the world and gave something different to world like '' Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Edistion, Mark Zukerberg,larry page,Abraham Lincon,Gandhi Ji '' and many many..So where are RANKERS ?
Why do we know Mark Zuckerberg,Steve Jobs & Bill Gates, and have no idea who Larry Page is? im curious
Surely in this world there are people who have directed course of events; talk about people like Isaac Newton,Larry Page, Bill Gates,Armstrong,Zuckberg. but there is only one invention that makes Arthur Guinness world's is greatest and that is.GUINESS
Robert Vadra was right when he said "India is a Banana Republic " . He actually forfronted a Terrific Business Model Where an Enlisted company like DLF sold him Land at Throwaway prices and also gave him an Interest free loan of 65 crores . Robert Varda's asset grew from 50 lakhs - 300 crores . Had it been some one else there would have have been a scrutiny by the IT department for his disproportionate assets or By SEBI in case of DLF being a public company . But Since M.r. Varda belongs to the first family of Indian politics nothing will happen . We still are run by some group of monarks in the camouflage of Democrats , that Explains why we in India are unable to produce Entrepreneurs like Bill Gates , Larry Page , Mark Zukerberg bcs rules here are different , u may be talented , innovative but you have'nt mastered the art of cajoling the politicians thats the prime . There are very few who shows adequate Audacity as M.r. Ashok Khemka , to ask for a probe over the crystal clear nexus between M.r. Vadr ...
You're next Larry Page and Bill Gates. I won't miss you though Bill.
Hillary Clinton argued today, at the UN confab, for a global tax on the elite. I was unaware of the fact that they made all this money and didn't contribute to the countries from which the money was made -- I am very thankful that Hillary pointed that out. Steve Jobs of Apple contributed (oops) ... Larry Page and Sergey Brin of Google contributed (oops) ... Bill Gates of Microsoft contributed (oops) ... gosh looking at all these people they've paid a ton of taxes, created 1000s of good paying jobs, and made our lives better. I wonder what Hillary was talking about ... or maybe she was appealing to typical big-government drones.
.** One of the most interesting back stories of the modern computing and IT industry is how many of its pioneers were college dropouts. Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg, for example, both left Harvard in mid-term, and one of Gates's proudest boasts is that he was responsible for persuading Steve Ballmer (now Microsoft's CEO) to drop out of Stanford. The list continues with Larry Ellison, founder of Oracle and Michael Dell, founder of the computer firm that bears his name. And although Google's co-founders, Sergey Brin and Larry Page, did graduate, they both dropped out of their PhD programmes. This rather runs against the conventional narrative – that an expensive college education and a good degree are essential prerequisites for success. **.
Stand on shoulders of Giants. Talks of Thos Watson, Steve Jobs, Larry Ellison, Bill Gates, Larry Page, Sergeiy Brin.
Remind them that computer nerds rule the world: Bill Gates, Mark Z, Sergey Brin/Larry Page, Steve Jobs... and many more
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Guys: Becoming a computer programmer my inspirations are Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and Larry Page.
I can't help seeing someones influence after both Bill Gates and Larry Page change their approach to hardware.
Bill Gates: I wonder who is more popular, u or me? Larry Page: Google it Bill Gates: Point taken...
Well i could try and talk with them, but i dont think it will change anything. Maybe if i get Bill Gates or Larry Page to do it?
One of these days, Bill Gates or Larry Page will come up with a new human charger that can directly connect you to a 33kV power cable and recharge!
I was recently asked why do I luv coaching and mentoring others... my reply was simple... because there is nothing more worthy when you see the light go on in people’s eyes... I reflected even further and in my own skin I’m ok with critics, sceptics and the like (if you truly believe we live in a world of duality) then they must exist - balance – however what I don’t appreciate are those same folks who have never taken any action, invested etc.. waiting for the right time 5, 10, 20 years later still waiting... this reminds me it’s so easy to be the yes person agree agree agree with the masses - mainstream, why? Well you don’t need much effort for that do you?. What is your evidence procedure? whatever it is you will eventually attract it all and then to justify why you are or why you are not achieving more less etc... Just look around the likes of Bill Gates, Mark Zukerberg , Richard Branson, Warren Buffet, Larry Page, Eric Schmidt and we can name 100’s more... one thing they have in comm ...
Mr.Zuckerberg, your surname is too long for ur field of work. Look at those people:Bill Gates,Steve Jobs,Tim Cook,Sergey Brin,Larry Page LOL
So many PC fraudsters website nowadays oh ! Really missed Uncle Steve Job ' s generation of PC guys , those above 55 years old like Bill Gates , Steve Wozniak , etc . etc . Not this generation of Google Guys - Larry Page , Sergin who are just same age as me : 40 & below like Mack Zuckerberg of 28 years old . Hah ? Which means back in December 1988 when I was struggling with a coma , Chao Hsu Lee went to U.S. , California just to study Computer Technology ? Oh Yeah ! Computers . you think you are SO GRAND ? Test that connection with that HDMI WIRE first lah ! Come tomorrow . go & dig that 22 year old Japanese mic from the over-crowded store-room + DUMP away all those CLUTTERS stucked in the store-room . Come to think of computers , unless there are plenty million tons of DATA to be inputed , sometimes . I am just not interested in any job related to computers anymore after I worked at 2 jobs from age 26 till 29 . Now , at age 40 with retiring mood , all the more not very enthusiatic with computer industry ...
What is "success"? There is only one definition of success - to be able to spend your life in your own way. Who can forget some of the most renowned businessmen - From Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates, who left Harvard to Larry Page and Sergey Brin, who left Stanford to go on to follow their dreams. How many people would leave an Ivey League University in the middle of their graduation to pursue something which they like? Who can forget Steve Jobs who used to bunk his classes which he did not find useful while attend classes not in his course. He attended Calligraphy classes and later on went on to invent a new script. Hence, one needs to follow something which he believes in and not follow others. Just imagine a case, after days’ work at office, people go back to their respective home, if most of the people's home lie towards east and yours towards west, would you follow the herd even if your home is the other way? No! Same applies to one's own self. If your destination, your interest, your goal lies som ...
Larry Page, Oprah, John Mars, Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates...now that's a money team.
What's your pick for the greatest leader whose vision brought a change? Steve Jobs, Bill Gates or Larry Page & Sergey Brin (Google founders)
Say no to focus groups and market research - Steve Jobs. Find very smart ppl and create small teams - Bill Gates. Rely on "first level" managers - Fred Smith. Take regular mini-retreats - Jeff Bezos. Spare no expense on innovation - Larry Page & Sergey Brin. Always challenge the old ways - Howard Schultz. Embrace paranoia - Mark Zuckerberg. Purpose inspires people - John Mackey. Make your customers No. 1 - Herb Kelleher. Sacrifice today cash in tomorrow - Narayana Murthy. Give the people what they want - Sam Walton. Small gifts can equal big impacts - Mohammad Yunus. Be yourself - Yours truly. Enjoy the advice from 12 wise men (Source - Fortune)
Bill Gates did copy Mac OS, but I don't know of him lying so shamelessly to the media as Larry Page & co. are doing. What a bunch of jerks.
Richard Branson, Larry Page, Bill Gates, Warren Buffet and others share the best advice they ever received
Steve Jobs vs. Bill Gates vs. Larry Page vs. Eric Schmidt vs. Steve Balmer vs. Tim Cook: what do they have in common?
Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Mike Zuckerberg, Tom Anderson, Larry Page, Sergey Brin all started in dorm rooms and garages!
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