In a canned statement, Mulally said he was “honored” to serve on the board of a “global iconic company that is dedicated to enhancing our lives”
I thought he said he was going to Google?
His name was bandied about during the race to replace Steve Ballmer, but it looks like Microsoft missed out on former Ford Motor Company chief Alan Mulally. The man has just announced his intention to join Google's ranks. Mulally has joined the Google board fresh from a premature departure from his job running the world’s …
"'Next Steve Ballmer' leaves Ford for GOOGLE"
As a Windows user, the very last thing that I would want to see is another Steve Ballmer at Microsoft.
As a person who considers Google to be a borderline (and sometimes way, way over the borderline) criminal organization, there is nothing I am happier to see, than the "next Steve Ballmer" joining Google.
Here's hoping "the next Steve Ballmer" does to Google, what the original Steve Ballmer did to Windows.
"General Motors said the Google car could become a “serious competitive threat” to the car industry."
I think General Motors themselves are considered to be a serious competitive threat to themselves with some of the things that are coming into the light about their own cars, engineering, quality, management, etc.....
Anyone ever wonder how these guys seem to go from place to place, doing nothing but making money and messes?
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