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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1123d ago | article

Larry Page ignored Steve Jobs’s deathbed advice, and Google is doing great

TNW - Shortly after Larry Page re-took the reigns as CEO of Google in April 2011, many looked upon his re-organization of the company and sun-setting of fringe products as proof that he was heeding Steve Job’s death-bed advice to bring more focus to the company. (Culture, Google, Larry Page, Steve Jobs)

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