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Details like his £5bn of personal stockholdings, for example.
Or his recent visits to Number Ten Downing Street - where he has a place on David Cameron's business advisory group - and to one of Kim Il-sung University's computer labs in North Korea.
But his wife of 33 years, Wendy (with whom he has two grown-up daughters, Allison and Sophie), speaking to a reporter from her home on the billionaires' island of Nantucket, off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, said that "some couples are very much in each other's space all the time.
[But] in our case, we are both busy."Pressed if she and her husband have an open marriage, she added: "We don't comment on rumours. You just have to ignore them."To which the press has responded by continuing to write things. "Better ignore last tweet.") Schmidt, after all, has some well-connected friends, including one Barack H Obama.
Google operates offices in the United States, Europe, Canada, Denmark, Latin America and many other international locations [ ].
Though there are many Google locations, the Google headquarters is located in Mountain View, California.
In addition to these companies, Google has merged with or acquired more than 125 other companies to develop the company and technology behind Google products and services.
What happens when you Google the man who runs Google? As in: Eric Schmidt, the internet company's 58-year-old executive chairman - a man whose circular glasses, boiled-ham complexion and shapeless black suits make him look more like a mid-level Scandinavian architect from 1986 than one of the richest men on earth. Type his name into the site over which he presides, and the bots and spiders that toil beneath the surface of the web will present you with thousands of blandly identical images of his corporate head shot, along with some extraordinary details about the Washington-born, married-with-kids programmer who spends much of his time circling the globe in his Gulfstream V jet.
This is, after all, the man who brought us Street View maps, video-enabled glasses and software that can use our profile pictures in adverts targeted at our friends."They certainly have more wealth [£34bn at the last count] than many of the poorer countries in the world." And then, of course, there's the matter of Google's near-omniscience."You might have forgotten what you did at, say, 9am on 17 July back in 2011,"Hanff says. It knows more about you than you know about yourself."But how did Schmidt end up in such a Blofeldian position?Page Six reported in 2010 that Roepers and his glamorous, jet-setting wife, Shafi, had filed for divorce after 20 years of marriage.In 2017, Alex spent million on a “bachelor pad” on the 81st floor of 432 Park Ave., the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere.