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Interview with Eric Schmidt

     
11:26 am on May 1, 2003 (gmt 0)

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did anyone spot this?

AlwaysOn - Eric Schmidt Inteview - Part the First [alwayson-network.com]

AlwaysOn - Eric Schmidt Inteview - Part the Second [alwayson-network.com]

AlwaysOn - Eric Schmidt Inteview - Part the Third [alwayson-network.com]

hope its ok to post URLs in this context :)

12:20 pm on May 1, 2003 (gmt 0)

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It was a very good article, a bit more "business" focused than the "normal" Google articles, i don't think there was anything major in it, that we didn't already know, but one thing that i did notice though, was how much he focused on openness and freely available information which to me sounds quite good in the sense if they talk about IPO and they say we wont go IPO this year, and they do he shot himself in the foot a bit, and will lose reputation, defently a good read though.
12:23 pm on May 1, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Thanks, did not come accross this article yet.

The simple analysis says that just taking the US revenue models and applying them outside the country is a tremendous increase in revenue for us. There’s no good reason why in Germany the demographics and activity and business model should be any different than in the US.

As discussed in this thread:
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So much more money making potential for Adwords.

But the people we hire at Google come here because they want to change the world.

Those type of quotes do not work in every part of the world though..