Friday, 24 May 2013

The future of search

Google gets down to doing what it knows best - developing new tech - to change your life

At a well-built six feet, Nikesh Arora commands a presence when he walks into a room. Much of it is also because he is the man tasked with bringing in revenues of more than $50 billion - that is more than Punjab's annual income - at Google, the Internet giant.

Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt thinks it is business as usual. "Google's aspiration," he says, "is to be your assistant, to know what you don't know and to get that information to you in whatever way it is quickest."

Read the Business Today Cover Story

Interview with Eric Schmidt -- Google, Executive Chairman

Interview with Nikesh Arora, Senior Vice President and Chief Business Officer at Google

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