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The Google boys

Profiles Sergey Brin and Larry Page, two Stanford University computer science Ph. D candidates who went on to develop the world's most popular search engine.

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  • "They met while pursuing PhDs in computer science at Stanford. In an era when the internet was just getting underway, they had a vision of how to make it accessible to the world of computer neophytes. To say Google has been a success is an epic understatement. The brainchild of Sergey Brin and Larry Page is by far the most popular search engine on the internet, and its technology drives the searches for a host of other sites. Here, Brin and Page talk about how they started their company with advances drawn on their credit cards and the help of one savvy investor. Industry insiders chart Google's remarkable rise, and we'll see how its IPO made history in 2004."
  • "Profiles Sergey Brin and Larry Page, two Stanford University computer science Ph. D candidates who went on to develop the world's most popular search engine."@en
  • "Get the inside story on the origins of the world's top Internet search engine and the men behind it."@en

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