Google Inc. (GOOG) Perception not Affected by Death of its Executive


An alleged high-end prostitute has been charged in court on manslaughter and heroin possession, after being accused of causing the death of a Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) executive from heroine overdose. Founder and CEO, Michael Fertik, in an interview on Bloomberg has said the sudden death will not have any impact on the giant search engine company.

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Mr. Fertik has said that the pressure in Silicon Valley mounted on family pressure is becoming part of the world economies. “We have high-pressure executives who under pressure or whatever family constraints they may have are behaving in ways we might not be proud of.”

The deceased executive had also worked at Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) and was 51 years upon his death. It is still unclear whether he was injected’ with heroin knowing or unknowing.

Mr. Fertik has also said that the death of the top executive does not essentially portray the behavior of Silicon Valley, but the maturation of the Silicon Valley to be. More than seven months after the incidence, Police have finally admitted having uncovered a video evidence that reveals how the Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG)’s executive might have been murdered.

Mr. Fertik maintains that the death of the top Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG)’s executive only highlights the amount of pressure that top executives in big companies undergo and how they are prompted to relieve the immense pressure through somehow unconventional ways. The high-end prostitute by the name Alix Tichelman is being held on a $1.5 million bail.

At the time of his death Haye worked as an executive at Google X division that mainly works on semisecret “Moonshot” projects. The perception and credibility of Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) remain intact according to Mr. Fertik maintaining that the deceased executive was human with his own strengths and weaknesses.

“This is not a middle-class problem, this is an executive high-pressure kind of situation,” said Mr. Fertik.

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