Steve Jobs turned down Page’s and Brin’s offer to become Google’s CEO

Apple Online Store“According to a new Bloomberg documentary called Game Changers, Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin visited Apple’s Cupertino campus for a meeting with Steve Jobs where they offered him the position of Google CEO. In all, the pair reportedly interviewed around thirteen candidates,” Electronista reports.

Electronista reports, “Ultimately, Page and Brin settled on current Google CEO Eric Schmidt.”

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MacDailyNews Take: The operative word being “settled.” Every morning, Eric T. Mole looks in the mirror and knows his position was turned down by Steve Jobs.

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