A treasure trove of curious tidbits torn from the pages of Backrub's -- oops, we mean Google's -- company history.
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There was an overwhelming call to keep them in the classroom.
Judging by their autographs, Bill Gates is unpretentious, Tim Cook is whip-smart and Mark Zuckerberg is super private, that is if you buy into graphology.
The additions serve to honor popular requests as well as fill existing gaps.
These men and women's strong personal brands act as positive beacons for their companies.
Women in tech
Tech companies, notorious for their lack of female diversity, have the most to gain from encouraging women to pursue tech careers.
Those office devices you don't give much thought to may actually be a drain on your resources.
While private market valuations are going through the stratosphere, overall deal making tells a different story.
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Companies are eager for cloud-based HR tech that allows for mobile devices and leverages social media.
During each walk, Wag provides owners with a photo of their dog, a map of the walk, and a 'pee-poop' status update.