Moritz's departure "is not sufficient," said Global Equities Research analyst Trip Chowdhry, who is among those saying Moritz's position with both companies and his influence on Google's founders clouds the YouTube deal.
"It's because of him that Google has these problems," he said. "Google should return the money it paid for YouTube to investors."
I love cynicism and contrarian thinking as much as anyone, but c'mon, you think the only reason Google bought YouTube was because of Moritz's involvement in both? If you know anything about the famously headstrong and stubborn Brin/Page, you'd find that as hard to swallow as I do.