The When I first met Sundar Pichai three years ago, Google's newly minted CEO was prepping for his coming-out party as the search giant's new leader at the company's annual software developer conference.
While waiting for the interview, I caught a glimpse of a pink T-shirt sitting on the back of a chair outside his office, tucked away in Google's sprawling Silicon Valley headquarters. The shirt bore an image of Pichai, soulfully staring soulfully staring off into the distance. In bold, capital letters, it said WWSD, for "What Would Sundar Do?"
Now that question is more ...
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