"Google is not a conventional company," wrote the tech and search engine giant's founders, Sergey Brin and Larry Page. "We do not intend to become one."
But using goats instead of lawn mowers? That seems to go a step beyond the free food and employee concierge services. Google employees ("Googlers," in the company's well-publicized parlance) also get time off to be inventive and adhere to the informal motto, "Don't be evil," which was long part of the company's code of conduct.
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