Google's Annual Meeting: More Entertainment Than NewsRob Hof
I didn't hear much real news out of Google's annual meeting, though I did catch a glimpse of former star investment banker Frank Quattrone, yukking it up with David Drummond, Google's senior vice-president of corporate development. The main point of business was a proposal by the Office of the Comptroller of New York City, asking Google to stop doing business in China and other countries that require censorship of some search results. It went down to defeat.
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