Google is leaving no stone unturned on order to hire the best talent in town – the latest to add the search giant going to hire Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) director, Regina Dugan, according to Wired. Dugan is planning to leave her position at DARPA to take a job with Google. DARPA spokesperson Eric Mazzacone said: Dr. Dugan has worked at DARPA since July of 2009, but was recently “offered and accepted a senior executive position.” Dugan will reportedly continue to work for several more weeks, after which deputy director Kaigham Gabriel will take over as acting director.
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