What's Next For Google Remains Vague
Ever wonder how Google grew as quickly and profitably as it did? Fortune magazine talks with Larry Page, revealing a perspective that sheds light on the company's success. Page follows a method he calls the "toothbrush test," which every new product must pass. It means the product is important enough for most people to use at least twice daily. And while Page shares information on a variety of projects, it's the sound bytes of his thought process that reveal Google's future.