Google is revisiting efforts to create a venture capital arm, according to a report on The Wall Street Journal site Wednesday night.
David Drummond, a Google senior vice president, is expected to lead the effort, according to those who were briefed on the discussions. The group has also hired William Maris, a 33-year-old who has worked as an investor and entrepreneur, to help set up the venture, the newspaper reported.
The search engine has played with the idea of a venture capital arm in the past, and the plans could still fall through.
If successful, the new venture would put … Read more