After a worried investor voiced his concerns about the health of Google’s CEO Larry Page this morning, Page confirmed to employees this afternoon that nothing is seriously wrong, according to the The Wall Street Journal. Page also assured his staff in a memo that he would “continue to run the company.” This definitely clears things up, because investors began to worry after Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt told attendees at the company’s annual investors meeting that Page would not attend the Q2 financial earnings call and Google I/O conference next week due to the chief losing his voice. We are certainly glad nothing serious is happening with the 39-year-old. Check out Schmidt announcing the news about Page this morning:

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