At the beginning of the month, CEO Eric Schmidt told the WSJ:
[Google] will curtail projects that “haven’t really caught on” and “aren’t really that exciting.” He says the company is “not going to give” an engineer 20 people to work with on certain experimental projects anymore. “When the cycle comes back,” he says, “we will be able to fund his brilliant vision.”
We wrote a post featuring the quote titled “Google Cost Cuts Take The Company Away From Its Engineers.”
Now we know who’s getting it: You and me, pal.
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