Google CEO Larry Page declared during the third quarter earnings call on Thursday that he will not be appearing on all future conference calls going forward, immediately spurring speculation about his health once again.
Page’s health has been a source of constant rumors and worries among consumers, investors, and analysts for more than a year now since he canceled his appearance at the Internet giant’s annual developer summit I/O in June 2012.
After months of being absent from the spotlight, Page made his first public comments about the state of his health in a Google+ blog post just ahead of Google I/O 2013 in May.
Page followed that up with a surprise appearance and Q&A session during the general keynote at I/O that week, a move in itself likely crafted to reassure followers that the Google chief was doing better.
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