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They did not sign in blood, Google's top brass pledge an oath of service to their company

One traditional problem area for big companies is the issue of executive turnover.  A shining example of this is Yahoo, who over the Summer had to install a new CEO, Jerry Yang, and now faces buyout and the resignation of its chairman, Terry Semel

Competitor Google is aware of this potential pitfall, and its top executives are determined to do everything in their power to run a steady ship.  In an interview with Fortune magazine, which is set to run February 4,


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RE: GOOG
By Ringold on 2/2/2008 8:29:41 PM , Rating: 2
Microsoft also has as much revenue in a single quarter as Google has in an entire year; they've got the cash to see things through to completion.

MSFT; the company everyone loves to hate, but defiantly gives the world the finger and performs anyway.


RE: GOOG
By retrospooty on 2/3/2008 11:03:28 AM , Rating: 2
"Microsoft also has as much revenue in a single quarter as Google has in an entire year; they've got the cash to see things through to completion."

Yup, thats how they do it. They can afford to. If they set their goal to beat out Google, 10 years from now, it will happen.

for reference to this determination and market power, just ask Apple, Wordperfect, Lotus123 (whoever made them), Netscape and Palm.


"A lot of people pay zero for the cellphone ... That's what it's worth." -- Apple Chief Operating Officer Timothy Cook

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