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4 Dec 2019
Larry Page and Sergey Brin are stepping down as CEO and president of Google's parent company Alphabet - we tell you more. Also, the US-China trade war could last through the 2020 US election, and Tesla's Elon Musk testifies in a defamation lawsuit against him.
12 Mar 2019
Alphabet CEO Larry Page is accused of giving a $150 million stock grant to Andy Rubin without getting the board's approval. Rubin was under investigation by the company for sexual harassment at the time.
14 Sep 2018
Bloomberg Businessweek's Austin Carr and Bloomberg's Selina Wang discuss Google co-founder Larry Page's decision to not testify on Capitol Hill on Sept. 5.
14 Sep 2018
Bloomberg Businessweek's Austin Carr and Bloomberg's Selina Wang discuss Google co-founder Larry Page's decision to not testify on Capitol Hill on Sept. 5.

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