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  1. Google Will Alert Searchers About 'Right to Be Forgotten' Link Removals

    Google chairman Eric Schmidt isn't pleased about it, either, slamming the "right to be forgotten" ruling as "wrong. Jodie Ginsberg, chief executive of Index on Censorship, said that while flagging search results is all well and good, it does...

  2. Google Blocks Child Abuse Images on 100,000 Search Terms

    In a piece written for the Daily Mail, Google's executive chairman Eric Schmidt insisted his firm had listened to the government, and has added 200 people to its books dedicated to finding and removing images of child abuse.

  3. Larry & Sergey: Still Super Rich But No Longer Equally Rich, Says Forbes

    Eric Schmidt, Google’s Executive Chairman, 138th, $8.2 billion. Reid Hoffman, LinkedIn Executive Chairman, $3.1 billion. Here's a quick rundown of search, social, and tech notables on the list. Forbes has released its annual list of the world’s...

  4. Eric Schmidt to Sell Google Stock Worth $2.5 Billion

    Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt is to sell off roughly $2.5 billion of his company stock holdings. Schmidt in 2011 announced that he would be stepping down from as chief executive after more than a decade, handing the reins over to company...

  5. SEO Buying & Selling: 4 Tricks Creating Unachievable Expectations

    A blatant note to both buyers and sellers of SEO services: a year ago, Eric Schmidt, Google’s Executive Chairman, said, “The social signal, the people you ‘hang with’ is actually a ranking signal. There are numerous, uncontrollable, external...

  6. SEOs: Will You Negotiate a Salary Increase in 2013?

    And heed the advice of Chris Boggs, Chairman of SEMPO, who told Search Engine Watch (SEW), "Jobseekers should be very clear in their resumes what they are responsible for. At the time, Chris Taylor, Director, Executive Search for Onward Search...

  7. Google Told to Fix 4 Areas in Search, Advertising to End Antitrust Inquiry

    Senators Herb Kohl and Mike Lee, both of whom last year were involved in a hearing with Eric Schmidt, Google's Executive Chairman, said the deal offered by the EC was a positive step forward in addressing the concerns they also have with the firm.