Eric Schmidt, the CEO of Google, talks about Google’s industry and competitors, about leading innovation, and career advice.
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We caught up with Eric Schmidt, the CEO of Google last week and had an interesting conversation about Google’s business and Eric’s views on innovation, entrepreneurship, and careers.
Eric joined Google as Chairman and CEO in 2001 and runs the company in a unique triumvirate along with co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page. The three of them were recently ranked the #1 most important person on the web by PC World.
Prior to joining Google, Eric was the CEO of Novell and CTO of Sun Microsystems.
Check out this video of Andy Grove asking Eric Schmidt a question:
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We received a lot of valuable input and questions for this interview. Special thanks to John Battelle, John Furrier, Om Malik, Philipp Lenssen, Tim O'Reilly, Steve Rubel, and Robert Scoble.
Tune in next week for an interview with Craig Newmark, founder of Craig’s List!
- the iinnovate team