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Google Will Donate $2 For Every Dollar You Give To Fight Ebola

Associated Press | Posted 11.11.2014 | Impact

NEW YORK (AP) — Google is launching a campaign to help fight Ebola by contributing $2 for every dollar people donate to a slew of nonprofits such as...

A Skewed Realty Reality, In Northern California

Harvey Gotliffe, Ph.D. | Posted 03.05.2014 | Money
Harvey Gotliffe, Ph.D.

According to Forbes magazine, the highest median home price in the nation is $6,665,231 in Zip Code 94027 in Atherton, just north of the Silicon Valley.

Google CEO's Mysterious Ailment Revealed

AP | By MICHAEL LIEDTKE | Posted 07.14.2013 | Technology

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Google CEO Larry Page has disclosed a problem with his vocal cords that makes it difficult for him to speak and breathe occasio...

Source: Google CEO Speaks Out On Health Concerns

Reuters | Alexei Oreskovic | Posted 08.22.2012 | Technology

By Alexei Oreskovic SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc CEO Larry Page, who plans to skip several high-profile events in coming weeks ...

WATCH: Google CEO Says Facebook Is Holding Its Users Hostage

The Huffington Post | Sara Gates | Posted 05.22.2012 | Technology

Google co-founder and CEO Larry Page appeared on "Charlie Rose" Monday, and it was obvious something has been bothering him: Facebook. After announ...

Google CEO 'Driven By His Paranoia About Facebook'

AP | MICHAEL LIEDTKE | Posted 06.04.2012 | Technology

SAN FRANCISCO -- Google co-founder Larry Page has a Facebook fixation. When he replaced his mentor Eric Schmidt as Google's CEO last April, Page insi...

Is Google Founder Larry Page Ready To Be CEO?

AP | By MICHAEL LIEDTKE | Posted 06.01.2011 | Technology

SAN FRANCISCO -- Google co-founder Larry Page is known for his vision, passion and intelligence. Yet there is a fair amount of concern that Page's ot...

Sunday Roundup

Arianna Huffington | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Arianna Huffington

This week, Silicon Valley rocked as Google turned the Page on Eric Schmidt, while Steve Jobs took another medical leave. And the media world was rocked when Keith Olbermann's Countdown hit 0. Elsewhere, Ricky Gervais kneed the Hollywood Foreign Press in its Golden Globes; Comcast became the proud owner of a Peacock; Sarah Palin sat down with Sean Hannity to tell him that she's "not going to sit down and shut up"; Barack Obama served Chinese at the White House; Joe Lieberman announced his retirement, then made us wish it wasn't two years away when he maintained that Saddam actually did have WMD; Gabby Giffords left the hospital for rehab; Citizens United turned one year old (next up: the GOP's attempt to repeal the presidential public financing system, putting elections even more in the hands of corporate donors); and JFK's "ask not" speech turned 50, its call to service as powerful -- and as needed -- as ever.