Larry Page is the master of the big idea, writes Haydn Shaughnessy, but it's not clear whether he has what it takes to turn bold ambitions into meaningful added value for investors. Page champions oddball innovations such as driverless cars almost for their own sake, Shaughnessy writes, but has yet to communicate a clear vision for the ways that his creative side-projects mesh with Google's broader commercial strategy.

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