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Nerval's Lobster writes "Fortune magazine managed to score an exclusive interview with Google CEO Larry Page. While he doesn’t reveal a whole lot about the company’s future plans—CEOs are great at offering fuzzy generalities, if nothing else—he manages to reveal just a bit about the ongoing competition with Apple, the evolution of search, and monetizing mobile devices. Google’s rivalry with Apple has descended into massive lawsuits, but Page doesn’t exactly channel Genghis Khan when it comes to his own feelings on the issue. “I think it would be nice if everybody would get along better and the users didn’t suffer as a result of other people’s activities,” he told the magazine. “We try pretty hard to make our products be available as widely as we can. That’s our philosophy. I think sometimes we’re allowed to do that. Sometimes we’re not.”" Link to Original Source
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