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Larry Page and Sergey Brin spoke at a Google all-hands meeting for the first time in 6 months (GOOG, GOOGL)

Larry Page and Sergey Brin spoke at a Google all-hands meeting for the first time in 6 months (GOOG, GOOGL)
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Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin recently ended their 6-month, internal quiet period, according to a CNET report on Monday.




Page and Brin attended the company's town hall meeting (known as "TGIF") on May 30th and spoke about the company's cloud strategy, according to sources who spoke to CNET.




The duo — who regularly attended in the past and often answered questions during these meetings — had reportedly not shown up to a TGIF in 2019, their longest absence in company history.




Their "MIA" status came at a time when the company faced an onslaught of internal pressures from employee organizers over its business decisions and practices.




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Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin recently ended their 6-month, self-imposed quiet period within the company, according to a CNET report on Monday.
Page and Brin attended the company's weekly all-hands meeting (known as "TGIF") on May 30th and spoke about the company's cloud strategy, according to sources who spoke to CNET. A Google spokesperson confirmed with Business Insider that the co-founders were on-stage at the meeting, alongside Google CEO Sundar Pichai.
The duo — who regularly attended in the past and often answered questions during these meetings — had reportedly not shown up to a TGIF in 2019, their longest absence in company history.
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