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A revelatory expose of Google and its ambition to become the controller of 'all the world's information'. Planet Google explores the profound implications of that strategy for the business world, and for us all.
Randall Stross is a professor of business at San Jose State University. He writes the New York Times column 'Digital Domain', and is the author of a number of critically acclaimed books, including The Wizard of Menlo Park, eBoys, and The Microsoft Way. He lives in Burlingame, California.
"'Sharp-eyed... A restless examination of Google's strengths and weaknesses, and contradictions... The company that emerges from this book is a more rickety and interesting enterprise than non-geeks might imagine.' Guardian"