Google’s outgoing CEO Eric Schmidt, who will be succeeded by the company’s co-founder Larry Page in April, will reportedly pocket a $100m equity award. According to Bloomberg, which cites a person familiar with the matter, Schmidt’s payout is the first such equity award he will have received since joining Google as board …
What the hell do I pay my taxes for?
If he is not wearing a tie, then the fuzz at the door should shoot him for impertinence to his betters .
That would be colonists
We (the British) are the colonialists.
Colonials, I'd have thought
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E.S. is rarely to be seen in public without a suit and tie, as a quick Google search would have revealed.
He's a UK Government Minister...
... he won't know how to use Google.
Schmidt: Worth every cent!
Seeing how Google has progressed under Schmidt's guidance, along with it's share appreciation, $100-million is a bargain.
""wear a tie” asked Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt"
I guess when you are worth billions, you no longer have to worry about conforming to other peoples dress code demands, as no one is really your boss. (Plus I couldn't even tell you who does and doesn't wear ties, as its not something I notice or care about, but clearly Mr Jeremy Hunt does). So after a snide "wear a tie” comment like that, I wouldn't wear a tie, just to piss off Mr Jeremy Hunt. :)
By the way, "Mr Jeremy Hunt" sounds like Rhyming Slang for how he behaves. ;)
pretty much the going rate for having to talk to people like Jeremy C^HHunt.
Schmidt is leaving. Nothing else needs saying.
Pretty careless of Jeremy Hunt to spell Schmidt's name incorrectly. I mean, how would he like it if someone got his name wrong. Oh wait...
Eric, remember me?
We shared a peddle boat in Amsterdam in July 1987 as part of Sun Microsystems' european kick off. Remember getting all those kites entangled in the yatch masts? I think some of the owners would be thrilled to meet you.
Can you spare $1m?
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