This past year, Google co-founder and CEO Larry Page lost his voice for a period, missing Google I/O and some quarterly earnings calls. In a post on his Google+ page, the executive disclosed the reason for his absences and now hoarse voice: vocal cord paralysis of both cords. Page, who has been recovering gradually, did speak at length during Google's first quarter earnings call in January.
In his post, Page wrote:"...overall over the last year there has been some improvement with people telling me they think I sound better. Vocal cord nerve issues can also affect … Read more