May 17

In the annual stockholder meeting of Google held on Thursday, the company executives faced a bit of aggression, apart from the other familiar complaints. Eric Schmidt, the CEO and the Chairman of the company, supervised a huge meeting comprising of hundreds of stockholders all outlining the overall vision of Google’s computing world, while also taking up questions from all the attendees of the meeting. The basic business endured in the meeting was however, uneventful as the company approved three company sponsored proposals and on the contrary, rejected three shareholder proposals.

In the meeting, Schmidt presented Google’s main businesses in brief and pronounced displayed advertising as a probable huge business in the future. However, Google’s first and only huge business, “Search” is still far away from getting dull as the company is making attempts to deal along with the vast information created by bang of the social networking content. After this presentation, Schmidt was joined by Larry Page (co-founder), Susan Wojcicki (vice president of the product management dept), Patrick Pichette (Chief Financial Ofiicer), Marissa Mayer (Vice president search products and also user experience) and finally Kent Walker for answering the series of questions asked by the audience attending the meeting.

Schmidt pledged about the mobile technology by stating that Google supports all types of interesting standards. Google is also believed to demonstrate Android’s next version in the coming week at the Google’s I/O conference using Adobe Flash Player that is basically refused by Apple for its iPhone. He also stated that the Android phone based on Google’s commitment will soon wrap up as the topmost popular mobile system in the market. However, Google shareholders coldly criticized the investor relation department for avoiding or not answering their calls. A wide number of shareholders objected to the several voice mail loops experienced by the company. IT Support

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