Google co-founder Sergey Brin is reportedly getting a divorce from his wife of six years, Anne Wojcicki. The couple has 2 children, a joint foundation, a melange of business ventures that they co-own or manage and some nice real estate both in Silicon Valley and elsewhere. Luckily, they also have an enforceable prenuptial agreement so this divorce should remain friendly if for no other reason, their business concerns.
Mr. Brin is said to be involved with a Google employee who is also the ex girlfriend of a Google Executive who just announced he is leaving Google to work for a Chinese competitor.
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