Achievements

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      In 2002, the MIT Technology Review TR100 took place where Larry Page received the honor as one of the top 100 innovators in the world under the age of 35.

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      In 2002, Larry Page was entitled with the name of Global Leader for Tomorrow by The World Economic Forum.

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      He made significant contributions in science and technology. He not only received the prestigious Marconi Foundation Prize in 2004 for his work but was also elected a Fellow of the Marconi Foundation at Columbia University.

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      Larry Page is currently serving as the CEO of Alphabet. This is a parent company that holds the business for Google, the Google X lab, and other businesses such as Calico, Nest, and Fiber.

Larry Page was the first owner of Tesla Roadster which is a Battery Electric Vehicle sports car and is worth $109,000.

Larry Page has a home in California, this historic piece of property was bought for over $ 7 Million.

Possessions

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      Larry Page has a number of plush properties including a historic peace for his home that he bought for approximately $ 7 Million.

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      In January 2011, the Google co-founder acquired a high-end expedition yacht named “Senses.” It is said that Larry Page bought the same for more than US $45 Million.

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      Larry Page together with his partner Brin, bought The Google Jet, popularly known as a Boeing 767-200. Reports reveal that the property was acquired in September 2005 for around $ 15 Million from Qantas.

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      Larry Page owns an ultra-luxurious car, Toyota Prius which is a hybrid electric mid-size hatchback.

Interesting Facts

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      While studying Computer Science at Stanford University, Larry Page had met Sergey Brin with whose assistance he created a search engine and later in 1998, Larry Page and Brin launched the company under the name ‘Google Inc’.

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      He collected $1 Million from family, friends, and investors to set up their firm. He was also interested in business and innovation and fascinated by computers. Page was very clear in his vision in forming an enterprise when he was just 12 years old.

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      The duo Page and Brin want to be better known for their mantra, “Don’t be evil,” which means, catering the needs of customers and providing the best service to their users.

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      Larry Page and Brin had planned to rely on stock options and grants for their living expenses initially.

Larry Page owns Senses, a high-end expedition 193-ft yacht worth $45 Million.