Google nets another high-profile hire for open Web strategy
So much gets made of the alleged brain drain at Google. What do you call it when Google adds brains: brain gain?
"In my experience, Google is unmatched in its commitment to doing what’s right for the future of the Web and its willingness to think long-term," he wrote. Like other bright lights, they each had other options. Messina says he felt he could make a bigger impact at Google.
Recruiting this duo is good news for Google, which lost Kevin Marks in August to British Telecom. And it could mean more momentum for its strategy to pry open the Web.
-- Jessica Guynn