Larry Page: Google should be more like a family

Larry Page: Google should be more like a family

Our lifestyle perks may be a better-known aspect of Google, but to Larry, the real focus is the family feel these benefits create. He explains his thoughts on our growth and the importance of holding true to our mission and culture in this interview with Fortune Magazine.

Read more about Larry's vision for our culture at fortune.com

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