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4/25/2016
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Google's Area 120: An Incubator To Fight Brain Drain

Google expands its commitment to nurturing the entrepreneurial spirit in its employees, allowing some to work on new projects full-time in its Area 120 startup incubator.

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4/25/2016 | 8:38:16 PM
The UnTold Of Google's New Entrepreneurial Push

This is interesting news, but what interests me more is what is not mentioned.

Namely Google is under pressure from the Street to create new sources of revenue,  I wonder how much this contributed to this new program ?

I also wonder how much do these new entrepreneurs get to keep if their ideas/businesses catch on ?

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