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Google Investors Say They Wanted More From Page on Analyst Call

Google Inc. investors say they got scant reassurance from new Chief Executive Officer Larry Page during this week’s earnings conference call, following a surge in operating expenses.

Page spoke for less than 2 minutes and 30 seconds near the beginning of the April 14 call with analysts, which lasted about an hour. Page, who wasn’t originally slated to speak on the call, said he was pleased with first-quarter results and that there was strong momentum at the company.