Google's Paranoid Governance Structure Has Made It Less Innovative, Not More

Google (GOOG) announced last night that it would create a triple class structure, to ensure the founders and Eric Schmidt hold on to full control of the company forever even as they use more stock for employee compensation.

There’s nothing really new here.  Google has always had this unfounded fear of shareholder accountability going back to their 2004 IPO letter.

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