Excellent. Heart disease is amazingly common, and yet somehow it remains constantly underfunded compared to diseases that are less common, such as various cancers.
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Ruth Porat has only been CFO of Google parent company Alphabet for seven months, but she’s already a huge hit with Wall Street. The former Morgan Stanley CFO is bringing transparency to the $489 billion (market cap) Silicon Valley giant, and investors are responding positively to the change. 377 more words
I’m a child of the 80’s. I’ve always been obsessed with computers and technology. So obviously “Back to the Future Part II” wasn’t just a movie to me, it was a roadmap; a roadmap to a time when we won’t need… insert dramatic pause… roads. 1,241 more words
A conglomeration of unanswered questions.
The world’s most dominant Internet company — its most ambitious and, yes, often its most feared — is now just three engineers, a lawyer and a financier. 1,488 more words
Google Inc. is now Alphabet Inc.
In a letter to shareholders on Monday, Google’s current CEO Larry Page spelled out what seems like a seismic change in the Internet search giant: The incorporated company now falls under a new holding company, called Alphabet, run by the two co-founders, Page and Sergey Brin. 578 more words