Close to the Vest

Hardy, Quentin
July 2007
Forbes Asia;7/2/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 12, p28
The article looks at the growing number of employees who are leaving Internet search company Google to start or invest in companies of their own. Bismarck Lepe left the company in April 2007 and started his own company which will produce a high-definition Web video site called Ooyala while Alberto Savoia left in 2002 to start a software testing company called Agitar. On the other hand, Colin Wong quit in December 2007 to do investing in Seattle, Washington.


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