Hannah Clark of Forbes.com caught up with "The Google Guys in Davos." She reports that Google's Sergey Brin and Larry Page as well as YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley "wouldn't comment on a rumored deal to run BBC content on Google Video."
They did comment on the future of newspapers -- but they disagreed.
"I think it's a long time before [computer] displays will be as good as paper," Page told Clark.
"You do?" said a surprised Brin. He then asked, "What do you call a long time?"
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