As Google's CEO, Larry Page has streamlined and quickened the company's decision-making, insiders say. That's a sharp contrast with the glacial pace under the former leadership triumvirate of Page, co-founder Sergey Brin and the former CEO, Eric Schmidt, who is now the company chairman. "It's much more of a style like Steve Jobs than the three-headed monster that Google was," says one former executive. "Larry is much more willing to make an OK decision and make it now, rather than a perfect decision later."
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