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Apple's Peter Oppenheimer ranks as highest-paid CFO for 2012

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Apple's Peter Oppenheimer was the highest-paid chief financial officer during 2012, according to Bloomberg. The executive received compensation worth $68.6 million, roughly 16 times what Apple CEO Tim Cook received for the year. By comparison, Oppenheimer's closest competition -- Oracle CFO Safra Catz -- was given $51.7 million, while Google...
Apple's Peter Oppenheimer ranks as highest-paid CFO for 2012

Motorola design chief: stock Android phones, cross-carrier brands coming later this year

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Back in February, Google CFO Patrick Pichette said its recent purchase, Motorola, didn't "wow" on the smartphone front, but it looks like the two companies have long since smoothed over any hard feelings. Speaking to PC Mag, Motorola design chief Jim Wicks revealed plans for the first post-acquisition handsets,...
Motorola design chief: stock Android phones, cross-carrier brands coming later this year

Google chairman nets $6m cash bonus

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Bonus awarded for year in which company reported record revenues of $50bn but came under fire for UK tax arrangementsGoogle has awarded its chairman, Eric Schmidt, a $6m (£4m) cash bonus for 2012 - a year when the company reported record revenues of $50bn but came under fire over its...
Google chairman nets $6m cash bonus
Google's CFO admits products in Motorola pipeline aren't 'wow by Google standards'

WAKE UP! Google Is A Hardware Company Now (GOOG, AAPL)

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Google makes stuff. Physical stuff. That's the overwhelming message the Web giant delivered today at its big Google I/O conference for developers in San Francisco. On the menu: an updated Google Nexus smartphone, the Nexus 7 tablet, the Nexus Q media PC—even the surprise announcement of the first commercially available...
WAKE UP! Google Is A Hardware Company Now (GOOG, AAPL)

Wall Street Waits For Mark Zuckerberg's Call

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All eyes will again focus on Facebook tomorrow, as the social giant gears up for its first earnings call. Yes, the expected attention will rest on the company’s admitted weaknesses: Facebook’s young advertising business faces stiff challenges, as consumers flock from desktop to mobile. Also looming is Facebook’s symbiotic relationship...
Wall Street Waits For Mark Zuckerberg's Call

Google CFO Patrick Pichette: I Don't Get Why People Think Mobile Ads Are Worth Less

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Though the business of mobile advertising is often criticized for its low prices and minimal revenue, not to mention the awkwardness of cramming ads on a small screen, Google CFO Patrick Pichette thinks it won’t always be that way. “I am convinced that the margins on mobile have to be...
Google CFO Patrick Pichette: I Don't Get Why People Think Mobile Ads Are Worth Less
Google still having to prove it’s ready for mobile

Google nabs $12B for Q2, including a tidy billion from new subsidiary Motorola

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Google has just released the details of its second-quarter earnings: $12.21 billion in total consolidated revenue, around $1.25 billion of which came from Motorola Mobility, now officially owned by Google. “Google standalone had a strong quarter with 21% year-on-year revenue growth, and we launched a bunch of exciting new...
Google nabs $12B for Q2, including a tidy billion from new subsidiary Motorola
Google CFO hopes Chrome OS will become the Android of PCs

Google Beats In Q2 2012: Revenue Up 35 Percent To $12.21B, $2.79B In Net Income

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Google just announced its second quarter 2012 earnings this afternoon, reporting revenues of $12.21 billion, an increase of 35% from the first quarter ending March 31, which saw revenues of $10.65 billion. Minus traffic acquisition costs, Google pulled in $9.61 billion in revenue. Non-GAAP EPS in the quarter was $10.12. GAAP net income in...
Google Beats In Q2 2012: Revenue Up 35 Percent To $12.21B, $2.79B In Net Income

Google Doubled Pay for Some Top Officers

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Google boosted compensation for Chief Financial Officer Patrick Pichette, Chief Business Officer Nikesh Arora, and Chief Legal Officer David Drummond, who also oversees the company's mergers-and-acquisitions team....
Google Doubled Pay for Some Top Officers

Larry Page Has Lost His Voice, Literally -- And Won't Be on Stage at I/O Next Week

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Google CEO Larry Page has lost his voice, said Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt today. Page, who is already well known for his reluctance to speak publicly, skipped today’s annual stockholder meeting. Schmidt was left to explain his absence. Schmidt said Page would likely miss his next two expected engagements while...
Larry Page Has Lost His Voice, Literally -- And Won't Be on Stage at I/O Next Week

Google Chairman Eric Schmidt Is Getting A $6 Million Bonus On Friday (GOOG)

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Eric Schmidt, Google's executive chairman, is getting a $6 million bonus on Friday, according to a new SEC filing the company made. Let's just say this: He earned it. Sure, Schmidt hardly needs the cash, thanks to his gigantic stake in Google, which is worth more than $6 billion after...
Google Chairman Eric Schmidt Is Getting A $6 Million Bonus On Friday (GOOG)

Google's Larry Page Might Have Lost His Voice, But He's Still Running The Company

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So the news on Google CEO Larry Page is that there’s no new news. That’s what Nikesh Arora said on today’s Google’s earnings call. Just to recap: Last month, Google announced that Larry Page was skipping the company’s annual shareholder meeting because he had lost his voice at some point...
Google's Larry Page Might Have Lost His Voice, But He's Still Running The Company
London’s Emerging Tech Cluster Goes to School at Google’s Campus
Google plans more Motorola jobs cuts, will payout $340 million this quarter
Google posts Q2 earnings: Profit of $10.12 per share on $12.21 billion in sales

Google CFO: 'The Valley Continues To Be Hot' (GOOG)

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On Google's second-quarter earnings call, Patrick Pichette, the company's chief financial officer, just fielded a question about the state of recruiting in Silicon Valley. The thrust of the question: Will Google keep having to pay top dollar for talent? Last year, Google upped salaries 10% across the board. And we...
Google CFO: 'The Valley Continues To Be Hot' (GOOG)
Motorola is a work in progress. Google is still doing its homework.

Google reports Q2 2012 earnings: $3.2 Profit on $12.12B revenue, welcomes Motorola

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    Analysts were expecting: Q2 EPS: $10.04 Q2 Revenue: $8.41 billion Q3 EPS Guidance: $10.76 Q3 Revenue Guidance: $9 billion Google Inc. Announces Second Quarter 2012 Financial Results Google Inc. Announces Second Quarter 2012 Results  Download PDF version [127K] MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – July 19, 2012 – Google Inc. (NASDAQ:...
Google reports Q2 2012 earnings: $3.2 Profit on $12.12B revenue, welcomes Motorola
Google's CFO says they have to 'drain the pipe' of Motorola products before the 'Wow!' kicks in

Google says mobile run rate up $2.5B to $8B, including Google Play, Motorola story 'just beginning'

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Google held an earnings call today to talk about its release earlier. Kicking off the call was Google CEO Larry Page, in a hoarse, slow cadence due to a recent vocal illness. “I’m sorry for the scramble earlier today,” said Page, referring to the accidental early results release. “We experienced...
Google says mobile run rate up $2.5B to $8B, including Google Play, Motorola story 'just beginning'

The Mobile Paradox

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Editor’s note: Guest author Keith Teare is General Partner at his incubator Archimedes Labs and CEO of just.me. He was a co-founder of TechCrunch. Follow him on Twitter @kteare. Google’s stock declined by over 4% yesterday. Many have put this down to the company’s decision to create a non-voting class of stock as part...
The Mobile Paradox
Google: We’re One Of The World’s Largest Hardware Makers

Google Disses Motorola Products - And Hires Guy Kawasaki

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Google's short-term goals for its Motorola smartphone division are two-fold: clear the rubble on the runway and build for the future.  When it comes to runway, Google is still dealing with the product pipeline that it inherited from Motorola when the acquisition received final approval by regulatory bodies way back...
Google Disses Motorola Products - And Hires Guy Kawasaki
Motorola drags Google's earnings down, streamlining (read: layoffs) ahead
After acquisition, Google reiterates it is 'not integrating Motorola'
Want a Google-influenced Motorola phone? Keep waiting

Google Fiber Is World-Changing! Or Maybe Not. Or Both!

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Google has now announced plans to roll out its high-speed broadband service in three cities, which excites lots of people who get excited about the notion of fiber lines delivering a gigabit per second. Lots of other people, though — including investors and the cable guys — don’t know what...
Google Fiber Is World-Changing! Or Maybe Not. Or Both!
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