How Google Works
Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg talked about their book, How Google Works, in which they discuss the lessons they learned while helping to build Google and describe how the company and website work today. During this event, hosted by the Computer History Museum, they spoke Marissa Mayer, president and CEO of Yahoo! close
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John C. Hollar President and CEO Computer History Museum
Marissa Mayer President and CEO Yahoo!
Jonathan Rosenberg Senior Vice President (Former) Google->Products
Eric E. Schmidt Executive Chair Google
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