Access a large tech companies too much or too little in people’s lives? This dispute concerned the two heads of Apple and Google, Steve Jobs and Larry page in the past. The latter has now reheated the debate with now deceased Apple co-founder.
In an interview with the financial times, Larry page has described the arguments that he and Steve Jobs have exchanged at that time. Jobs was therefore the view that large enterprises should not excessively affect the lives of their customers, but aim the technical possibilities on a small area – an argument that was reflected in the old corporate philosophy of Apple.
“If We […]” Nothing New Develop, That Seems Like A Crime.”- Larry Page
Page, however, argued always, that the companies must do more to jobs. “It is unsatisfactory to have all these people, and all these billions of dollars that we should invest to make people’s lives better”, page said. “When we do same things only we have previously made, and develop anything new, that seems to me like a crime.” But the implementation possibilities are limited for Larry page as an individual – that jobs would have been right.
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