Briefs: Google names new public-affairs VP

Oct 31, 2005

Google said Monday a Council on Foreign Relations fellow will be its vice president of global communications and public affairs.

The Internet search engine said that Elliot Schrage will be managing relations between the company and stakeholders worldwide.

The 45-year-old Schrage was formerly senior vice president for global affairs at clothing retailer Gap and also served as managing director of the New York office of Clark & Weinstock, a public-policy consulting group.

Copyright 2005 by United Press International

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