Contributor Eric Jackson says Larry Page pushed out Eric Schmidt as Google CEO because of Mark Zuckerberg envy. Zuckerberg defied conventional wisdom and remained CEO instead of steeping aside for someone with gray hair. Page, who senses Google is falling behind, thinks he can recharge the company. There's a lot of risk for investors with this unknown quantity at the top. Eric owns AAPL.
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