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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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By ChipDude on 2/3/2008 3:03:24 PM , Rating: 2
I wonder how many leaders made pacts when things were going good.

I'm sure these three are a little special, but in now way can they predict what the next 10 years will do to change there prospective, values, and more importantly where Google will be in 5 years.

The technology work, especially theres is very fast moving. 10 years ago no one would have tought MS would be at risk for becoming irrelevant and look now.

With billions and a quick change of the wind this pact means nothing. They could all be shown the door or like the beatles be split up by things they never saw coming.

Its all a bunch of PR to try and prop up the stock as well as take some spotlight from the MS bid for Yahoo.

"If you look at the last five years, if you look at what major innovations have occurred in computing technology, every single one of them came from AMD. Not a single innovation came from Intel." -- AMD CEO Hector Ruiz in 2007
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