Why Did Google Pay Two Employees MILLIONS Of Dollars To Not Work For Twitter? – The SAIcast Discuss

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Google paid two employees tens of millions of dollars to stay on at Google and to turn down job offers from Twitter. New CEO Larry Page then sent out a memo telling his employees that 25% of their bonus would rely on the success of Google’s social strategy.

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