Back in 1998, Google was just a few tech geeks living the Silicon Valley dream. Most folks figured the company might become the next Dogpile, but certainly not the next superpower of the internet universe.
One Reddit user passed on a chance to join the company during its infancy, and kept the business card given to him by co-founder and then-CEO Larry Page. “Zestyping” posted a picture of the old business card on a Reddit thread titled “Oops. What’s the most expensive mistake you’ve made at work?” Oops indeed.
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