Jeff Meredith

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Google CEO Sundar Pichai assigns Hiroshi Lockheimer as head of Android, Chrome OS and Chromecast

Google’s new business model was sure to result in plenty of changes around the company’s headquarters. While plenty of Google subsidiaries are breaking up to become their own projects (Alphabet), Google will continue thriving under the leadership of new CEO Sundar Pichai. The dust is starting to …

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The high-profile Google exec who almost defected to Dropbox just got a promotion

Among them: Neal Mohan got promoted from vice president of display and video advertising to SVP.<p>We've referred to Mohan as Google's "$100 million man" because of the huge amount of stock the company reportedly dished out to keep him after Twitter tried to poach him four years ago.<p>Then, in June, …

Microsoft to PC Partners: We Still Love You

Following Monday's launch of the Surface Book, Microsoft has been trying to show its love for PC makers by showing up at events around the globe.<p>After introducing its own phones, tablets and first-ever laptop on Tuesday, Microsoft has been taking pains this week to show that it still loves all the …

Google CEO Sundar Pichai does some exec shuffling

Sundar Pichai must have gotten used to his shiny, new CEO seat, because according to <i>Recode</i>, he's just announced the first exec shuffling under his leadership. By the looks of things, a number of Googlers are celebrating their promotions at the moment, one of the biggest winners being Hiroshi …

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New TV season ratings show fewer young viewers watching the traditional way

When networks executives got a look at the first two weeks of Nielsen data for the new TV season, the lyrics of a 1960s song must have come to mind: "Where have all the young men gone?"<p>There's been an 11.8% decline in TV viewing of any kind — broadcast, cable or DVR — among men in the 18- to …