Don't Worry About This CEO Rumor

Last week, Google observers were shocked to learn that CEO Larry Page wasn't in attendance at the company's annual shareholders meeting and wouldn't be participating in an earnings call that was still weeks away. The news might engender concerns over his long-term health -- as well as the effect that would have on Google at large. In the following video, analyst Brenton Flynn puts the news in perspective and offers his advice on what investors should really be focusing on instead of unsubstantiated rumors.

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