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Eventually, Google would employ 55,000 people on its 65-building campus in Mountain View, California, creating the country’s best e-mail platform (Gmail), their own browser (Chrome), a G. Google became a supremely powerful corporation, but in its DNA it remained anti-corporate.While it acted aggressively to innovate, Brin and Page tried as hard as possible to hew to their unofficial motto of “Don’t be evil,” keeping their search engine pure despite attempts by major advertisers to game results.With more than billion in wealth—much of it in special B-class stock that allows Brin to retain a good share of his voting power in Google—they were ranked ninth among U. families in charitable giving last year, on their way to becoming Generation X’s answer to Bill and Melinda Gates.“Sergey is a beloved oddball of a guy, and unlike [Google’s current and former C. O.’s] Larry Page and Eric Schmidt, he’s the one who gets to do the cool stuff at Google,” says an industry observer.“He said, ‘Larry, you do the hard, prestigious work, and at the end of your life you’ll do the fun stuff, like Bill Gates.The suburb of Los Altos, dotted with sequoia trees and apricot orchards, resembles most wealthy areas in Northern California’s Silicon Valley, with a main street of shops selling hyper-athletic offerings, like fleeces for hiking nearby mountains, and Francophile designs to decorate Provençal-influenced homes (sterling-silver trivets, champagne flutes imported from Paris).But look a bit closer and there’s something different about this particular town.

Opposite Amanda Rosenberg at the after-party., Photographs: left, by Gregory Pace/BEImages; right, by Joe Schildhorn/bfanyc.com, digital retouching by lorna clark.

Their search engine, initially called “Back Rub,” evaluated the incoming links on a page instead of keywords, as their competitors did, as well as the importance of the entity doing the linking.



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