Google has made its annual stockholders meeting available for the public to view via YouTube. The meeting took place on Thursday, and is about an hour and a half long.
As you can imagine, a lot of ground is covered.
Interestingly, Google Glass was banned from the meeting, prompting regular Google critic Consumer Watchdog to accuse Google of hypocrisy, though to be fair, I don’t remember Google ever suggesting you use the device in corporate meetings.
The meeting also reportedly drew protestors organized by the Service Employees International Union-United Service Workers West, who called on Google to “take a leading role in the fight against income inequality.”