Google’s reins back to founder

From New York Times

SAN FRANCISCO — Google made the biggest management shake-up in a decade on Thursday, handing the reins of the company to one of its co-founders in an effort to rediscover its start-up roots.

Eric Schmidt, right, and Larry Page, in July.

As it has grown into the dominant company in Silicon Valley, Google has lost some of its entrepreneurial culture and become a slower-moving bureaucracy, analysts and insiders say, in contrast to FacebookTwitter and other younger, more agile competitors. Read more: http://nyti.ms/g6ZvHl

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