Google’s co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin and Eric
Schmidt, the CEO they hired, took a blood oath to stay with Google for 20 years
a month before the company went public in August of 2004, according to the
interview they gave the current issue of Fortune. By that time Schmidt, who was born in 1955, will
be in his dotage and the kids will be in their 50s and all are a lot poorer
now than when they gave the interview.