Larry Page was bornon 26 March 1973 in Lansing, Michigan, U.S., United States, is CEO, Google. Larry Page is #12 in List Billionaires People In The World. Larry Page sits at the helm of Alphabet, the parent company of Google, healthcare division Calico, smart home appliance division Nest and more. He cofounded Google in 1998 with fellow Stanford Ph.D. student Sergey Brin. Page was its first CEO until 2001. After serving as president of products, he took CEO job again in 2011.
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As of January 2018, Page was the ninth-richest person in the world, with a net worth of $52
In August 2017, Page was awarded honorary citizenship of Agrigento, Italy
In October 2015, Page was named number one in Forbes' "America's Most Popular Chief Executives", as voted by Google's employees
At the completion of 2014, Fortune magazine named Page its "Businessperson of the Year," declaring him "the world’s most daring CEO"
In October 2013, Business Insider reported that Page's paralyzed vocal cords are caused by an autoimmune disease called Hashimoto's thyroiditis, and prevented him from undertaking Google quarterly earnings conference calls for an indefinite period
Page also ventured into hardware and Google unveiled the Chromebook in May 2012
In 2011, he was ranked 24th on the Forbes list of billionaires, and as the 11th richest person in the U
In 2009, Page received an honorary doctorate from the University of Michigan during a graduation commencement ceremony
In 2008 Page received the Communication Award from King Felipe at the Princess of Asturias Awards on behalf of Google
In 2005, Brin and Page were elected Fellows of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Also in 2004, X PRIZE chose Page as a trustee of their board and he was elected to the National Academy of Engineering
Page and Brin were also Award Recipients and National Finalists for the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 2003
" In 2002, Page was named a World Economic Forum Global Leader for Tomorrow and along with Brin, was named by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)'s Technology Review publication as one of the top 100 innovators in the world under the age of 35, as part of its yearly TR100 listing (changed to "TR35" after 2005)
Eric Schmidt, who had been hired as Chairman of Google in March 2001, left his full-time position as the CEO of Novell to take on the same role at Google in August of the same year, and Page moved aside to assume the President of Products role
In 2000, Google earned a Webby Award, a People's Voice Award for technical achievement, and in 2001, was awarded Outstanding Search Service, Best Image Search Engine, Best Design, Most Webmaster Friendly Search Engine, and Best Search Feature at the Search Engine Watch Awards
In 1999, Page experimented with smaller sized server units so that Google could fit more into each square meter of the third-party warehouses that the company rented to store their servers, which eventually led to a search engine that ran much faster than Google's competitors at the time
"PC Magazine has praised Google as among the Top 100 Web Sites and Search Engines (1998) and awarded Google the Technical Excellence Award for Innovation in Web Application Development in 1999
By early 1997, the BackRub page described the state as follows:BackRub already exhibited the rudimentary functions and characteristics of a search engine: a query input was entered and it provided a list of backlinks ranked by importance
In August 1996, the initial version of Google, still on the Stanford University website, was made available to Internet users
Page served as the president of the Beta Epsilon chapter of the Eta Kappa Nu fraternity, and was a member of the 1993 "Maize & Blue" University of Michigan Solar Car team
"Page attended the Okemos Montessori School (now called Montessori Radmoor) in Okemos, Michigan, from 1975 to 1979, and graduated from East Lansing High School in 1991
Page was born March 26, 1973, in East Lansing, Michigan
, earned a PhD in computer science from the University of Michigan in 1965, when the field was being established, and BBC reporter Will Smale has described him as a "pioneer in computer science and artificial intelligence"
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