Google's First Hire Ever Is Headed To A Startup That's Trying To Blow Up Education (GOOG)

Google's First Hire Ever Is Headed To A Startup That's Trying To Blow Up Education (GOOG)

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Google's first hire — Craig Silverstein — and third employee after Larry Page and Sergey Brin is headed to join Salman Khan at Khan Academy, AllThingsD reports. Kara Swisher over at AllThingsD just confirmed with Google that Silverstein is leaving after first word of Silverstein leaving appeared in a newsletter...
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