History of Google
After some time, they decided to modify the name to Google, which came from the word "googol" being misspelt. Googol, which stands for "one" followed by "one hundred zeros," was chosen to represent the fact that the search engine was designed to offer a lot of information. Some of the facts about Google is mentioned below.
- Larry Page is still a board member and the company's controlling shareholder after leaving his position as Alphabet's CEO in December 2019.
- Together with fellow Stanford Ph.D. student Sergey Brin, he established Google in 1998.
- Google's PageRank algorithm, which runs the search engine, was created by Page and Brin.
- Eric Schmidt succeeded Page as CEO in 2001. From 2011 to 2015, Page served as CEO of Google's previous parent company, Alphabet.
- In addition to backing the "flying vehicle" firms Kitty Hawk and Opener, he is a founder investor in the space exploration company Planetary Resources.
Who is the Founder of Google? (A) Eric Schmidt (B) Jeff Bezos (C) Eugene Charniak (D) Larry Page
Google's founder is Larry Page. Google was founded on September 4, 1998, by Larry Page and Sergey Brin. Since their new search engine relied on backlinks to determine how important a site was, they initially called it "BackRub."