Top Googlers Donate $150,000 To Obama’s Inauguration
Google execs among big donors to inauguration from The San Francisco Chronicle reports that several of Google’s top executives have donated significant amounts towards Obama’s inauguration galas, dinners and receptions.
The max allowed contribution is $50,000. A total of six Google executives gave $150,000 in total to the special day. CEO Eric Schmidt, co-founder Larry Page and YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley all contributed $25,000 individually. Plus former Google manager Chris Sacca contributed $50,000.
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