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Recruiting More .Org's - Larry Brilliant (Google.org)
Date: 5/14/2008
Length: 1 minutes
Speaker(s): Larry Brilliant
Sources: Stanford Technology Ventures Program
Description: Larry Brilliant, Executive Director for Google.org, confesses that the company stole the idea for a profit-driven non-profit from Salesforce.com. Brilliant reminds us that only privately-held companies can give their money to
charity, but that Google is optimistic about recruiting other large enterprises to work in the public interest.

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Summary: Young people with mammoth commercial success have bred a new kind of philanthropic entrepreneur, says Google.org's Executive Director Larry Brilliant. And Brilliant also explains his optimism in smallpox, using it as a case study
on a managed disease that once killed half a billion people worldwide. Through global unity and a concentrated effort, akin to what Google.org strives to accomplish in other areas, the virus was eradicated; thanks, in equal parts, to
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Google.org's Five Core Initiatives - Larry Brilliant (Google.org)
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Summary: After a mock trial session to whittle down the most critical causes from an applicant pool of 10,000, Google.org chose just five areas of concentration: renewable energy, plug-in vehicles, prevention of pandemics, famines, and
floods, public services for the poor, and job creation. And the organization's Executive Director, Larry Brilliant, offers this overview of these pressing global issues, and pinpoints Google's resources dedicated toward finding solutions,
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Hunting for the Right Cause - Larry Brilliant (Google.org)
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Summary: In addition to dollars, Google.org harnesses the company's engineering talent to try to make the world fairer, more just, and safer, says the corporate non-profit's Executive Director Larry Brilliant. The company made a decision
to dedicate one percent of its profits to global causes. It took 18 months to find that unique short list of problems that Google could uniquely solve, at the right scale, with sustainable results. Brilliant also explains his philosophy of
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Strategic Philanthropy - Larry Brilliant (Google.org)
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Summary: Find something in the world you're capable of fixing, and use all the skills at your disposal to make it work. Acting for the common good should be as commonplace and as devotional as going into business, says Google.org Executive
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Unreliable Donations - Larry Brilliant (Google.org)
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Summary: Money that often fuels traditional philanthropic efforts comes from government money or a foundation. But relying on these sources for income is not a sure bet, says Executive Director of Google.org Larry Brilliant. Great causes
can lose their financial footing easily, particularly when caught in-between political administrations with differing world views. Watch More

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