/// Google Updates Its Management Page…By Taking Almost Everybody Off It [NetworkEffect]

April 22, 2011  |  All Things Digital


We’d chided Google recently for its out-of-date management page, given the departures and promotions since Larry Page took back the CEO title on April 4 . Now the company has, indeed, updated its management page …by taking almost everybody off of it. Where before, Google had listed nine people as executive officers, now it only has six, cutting out Shona Brown, Alan Eustace, and Jonathan Rosenberg. What happened to those three? Long-time head of product management Rosenberg is leaving the company; Eustace is now head of “Knowledge,” a.k.a. search, on par with six other “core product area” SVPs; and Brown is now in charge of Google.org . By the way, none of those changes have actually been announced by Google, though when asked, the company has confirmed they have indeed happened. That leaves the following: Larry Page, CEO Eric E. Schmidt, Executive Chairman Sergey Brin, co-founder Nikesh Arora, Senior Vice President and Chief Business Officer David C

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Google Updates Its Management Page…By Taking Almost Everybody Off It [NetworkEffect]



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