With a new CEO and a departing Products VP, there is some room for interest.
This will be the first earnings call under Larry Page who has a reputation for the unorthodox. Also, Google earnings calls are usually hosted by Product VP Jonathan Rosenberg who announced he'd be leaving Google yesterday. It isn't clear if he will continue his roll in hosting the conference call or if someone new will step up. Patrick Pichette, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer will likely be on hand as per usual.
The live webcast of Google's earnings conference call can be accessed at investor.google.com/webcast.html. The webcast version of the conference call will be available through the same link following the conference call.
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