MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.--Google executives faced little hostility at the company's annual stockholder meeting Thursday, other than a familiar complaint: it's hard to call people at Google.
Chairman and CEO Eric Schmidt presided over the meeting of several hundred stockholders, outlining Google's overall vision of the computing world and fielding questions from attendees. The formal business of the meeting was uneventful: the three company-sponsored proposals were approved, while the three shareholder proposals were rejected.
Schmidt presented briefly on Google's major businesses, calling display advertising "probably our next huge business." Still, the first (and only) … Read more