Don Harrison has been the President of Global Partnerships and Corporate Development at Google since March, 2017.
From November 2012-March, 2013 he was the Vice leader of Corporate Development at Google.
Since January, 2013 he has been accountable for Google's consolidations and acquisitions measure.
During this time the organization has obtained Nest Labs, Owlchemy Labs, Kaggle, Songza, Dropcam, among others.
Wear joined Google in 2005 and filled in as the organization's Vice-President and Deputy General Counsel until 2012.
In this job, he dealt with Google's Global Competition, M&A, Investments (counting Google Ventures), Corporate Governance, and Securities gatherings, answering to the General Counsel.
Preceding joining Google, Don was a Senior Associate at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich and Rosati from January, 2000-February, 2005.
At the firm, Don was a Corporate Attorney zeroing in on beginning public contributions and consolidations and acquisitions.
While at Wilson Sonsini he was associated with Google's first acquisitions, Deja News in August, 2001 which became Google Groups.
Wear initially met Larry Page and Sergey Brin while dealing with Google's IPO in August, 2004 while at Wilson Sonsini.
Wear began his legitimate profession functioning as an Associate at Davies Ward Phillips and Vineberg from September, 1997-April, 2000.