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What can Google CEO Eric Schmidt tell you?

Google ceo Eric Schmidt talks to graduates at Penn on Monday 18 May.

What can Google CEO Eric Schmidt tell you?

Google chairman and chief executive Eric Schmidt, a Princeton- and Berkeley-trained engineer who spent 20 years developing Java and other Internet furniture before taking command at the Most Powerful Company Online, will be in West Philadelphia Monday to address graduates heading into a rough job market from the University of Pennsylvania.

Afterwards, he's letting reporters ask questions. I'm ready for the obvious stuff -- copyrights, antitrust, stock-options repricing -- Readers, where else do we want to go?  Post here, or send your thoughts to JoeD@phillynews.com

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PhillyDeals posts raw drafts and updates of Joseph N. DiStefano's columns and stories about Philly-area finance, investment, commercial real estate, tech, hiring and public spending, which he's been writing since 1989, mostly for the Philadelphia Inquirer.

DiStefano studied economics, history and a little engineering at Penn, taught writing at St. Joe's, and has written the book Comcasted, more than a thousand columns, and thousands of articles, and raised six children with his wife, who is a saint.

Reach Joseph N. at JoeD@phillynews.com or 215 854 5194.

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