Google likes to push the edge of the law whenever it can. That, of course, makes David Drummond the perfect man to serve as its chief legal officer. He's just settled accusations that, as chief financial officer of SkillSoft, he allowed the company to book revenue improperly. He'll pay a $125,000 fine and forfeit $574,000 in gains. Drummond, naturally, has neither admitted nor denied culpability. Which is a bit like his employer saying, "Don't be evil. But don't not be, either."
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