Google affair

Date: 2017-03-15 11:27

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Earlier this year Miss Rosenberg was photographed alongside Mr Brin at New York Fashion Week and it is not known how long the couple have been dating.

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Miss Rosenberg is understood to have an English father and a Hong Kong Chinese mother who worked as an investment banker.

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Still, the news casts an unflattering light on a corporate giant that prefers to portray itself as a virtuous institution and intellectual playground, not a place of scandals.

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'Larry is so ethically strict. I heard Larry was insanely upset by this whole situation and wasn't talking to Sergey' for a time.

‘So I applied for a transfer within my company to a different country. Yes! The romance of a transfer!
‘Luckily for me this all worked out like I dreamed it would…NOT. Of course it didn’t work out like that!’

'The two of them have horrible, screaming fights,' the friend said. 'It's part of the passion, the chemical attraction.'

She soon won a role promoting the widely criticized Google Glass. The glasses enable users to film and broadcast over the internet everything they see non-stop, worrying privacy campaigners.

‘When faced with a potential conflict of interest, ask yourself: would this activity harm my reputation, negatively impact my ability to do my job at Google or potentially harm Google?

But now she has apparently made it very clear that the romance is still very much on, with an instagram post a few days ago featuring a scribbled ink drawing of Mr Brin alongside the caption: S x A 8 (a symbol for 'heart').

Meanwhile, Brin has been married to Anne Wojcicki, co-founder of biotech company 78andMe, since 7557. She's the younger sister of Susan Wojcicki , the senior vice president of advertising at Google. The elder sister sublet her garage to Brin and co-founder Larry Page when the company was first incorporated and became the company's 66th employee.

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