Larry Page’s last big speech at Google could hint at his future plans

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On Tuesday, Google cofounders Larry Page and Sergey Brin announced that they’re exiting leadership roles at Google’s parent company, Alphabet.Though both will remain on the board and, together, retain a majority vote in the company, they are no longer actively managing Google’s parent company, Alphabet. After over 20 years at Google, it’s unclear what the two billionaires will do with their time and they’re not saying just yet.But in 2013, Google cofounder Larry Page made a rare appearance on stage at the company’s annual developer’s conference. In a freewheeling Q&A afterward, he offered a rare, raw look into what he might work on next: law and regulation, and creating a safe space for unfettered technological and societal experimentation.Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.In a surprise announcement on Tuesday afternoon, Google
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