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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 kenji4life on 2/4/2008 4:12:09 AM , Rating: 2
Google has the potential to revolutionize the telecommunications industry. If Google were to build a wireless network with a unique model (like phone/internet/tv the wireless way, at a competitive price) they would have a chance at breaking the mold that Verizon, and the other "baby bells" or should we call them "baby bell boomers", since they are all grown up now, are creating.

That was a long winded sentence!

-Google bids on 700 MHz spectrum and enters wireless
-Google "trades" or "shares" some of the spectrum in exchange for higher frequencies suited for high-speed data.
-Google breaks into the telecom and builds a new mold, T-Mobile follows suit and Vzw, Cingular/AT&T and the others fall in line.

Now when someone comes across this post 10 years from now and I'm either amazingly correct, or obviously off my rocker, I'll have long since forgotten I even posted this in the first place.

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