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In loco parentis

20 January 2011 By Robert Cyran

Usually it’s the founders that step aside for professional managers. But Google’s young cofounders did that a decade ago. Eric Schmidt’s adult supervision is no longer needed and Larry Page is ready to run things again. This adds a fresh blueprint for a new crop of geniuses.

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