Google's Boeing 767-200 embroiled in legal dispute

Google planeGoogle co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page bought an unusually large private jet last  year: a  Boeing 767-200. A plane like this normally carries 180 passengers but is being kitted out with hammocks and the like, and will only carry 50 people. However, the project has become riddled with legal problems with the interior aviation designer having his contract terminated for allegedly not doing his job properly. You can read more about the detail of the problems  in the Wall Street Journal.

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