Now the Delaware holding company that technically owns the 767, Blue City Holdings LLC, is embroiled in multiple lawsuits with an aviation designer hired to plan and oversee the massive plane’s interior renovation.
…Messrs. Brin and Page “had some strange requests,” including hammocks hung from the ceiling of the plane. At one point he witnessed a dispute between them over whether Mr. Brin should have a “California king” size bed, he says. Mr. Jennings says Mr. Schmidt stepped in to resolve that by saying, “Sergey, you can have whatever bed you want in your room; Larry, you can have whatever kind of bed you want in your bedroom. Let’s move on.” Mr. Jennings says Mr. Schmidt at another point told him, “It’s a party airplane.”
Major insights into how the triumvirate manages Google, to be sure. “Sergey, you can have any size index you want!”
The article has pictures of the interiors as well. The interiors look pretty lux, but overall, this is not a pretty picture.
Update: Scott asked, I looked, and the article is tossed over the freewall at the Journal here. I’ve added a pic given that they have released this one into the wild. Man, will the Journal just get over the paid stuff and blow it out already?