Google Founder's Wedding Date Suppressed
Published, retracted without explanation
By Colleen Barry,  Newser Staff
Posted Nov 1, 2007 12:23 AM CDT
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, left, talks with Google co-founder Larry Page, right, with the Time Magazine cover of Bloomberg and Calif. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, in background, after Bloomberg...   (Associated Press)
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(Newser) – Valleywag reports that somebody leaked Google founder Larry Page's wedding date to a Fortune editor, but the info was later scrubbed from the story in which it had appeared. And the old version of the article doesn't show up in the Google cache of the page. Yahoo cached the original version, however, revealing that the wedding is scheduled for December 7.

The story, which appeared on the CNN Money site, said a friend of the writer had forwarded him some details about plans for the event, including that guests needed a passport that would be valid for six months after they left the wedding's locale, which a separate rumor identifies as Virgin mogul Richard Branson's island. Valleywag hasn't gotten an explanation for the edit from Fortune writer Andy Serwer.