Google announced strong fourth quarter results yesterday (see the story), as well as solid full year results. The company topped analysts' expectations for the quarter, with EPS of $8.75, well above the forecast $8.09. Revenue, meanwhile, came in at $8.44 billion, which also topped estimates. But those numbers may not have been enough. Google yesterday also announced that CEO Eric Schmidt, who has been at the helm of the company since 2001, was being nudged aside, assuming the role of executive chairman of the search giant. Larry Page, a co-founder of the company, will take over as chief executive and assume day-to-day leadership of the company April 4 (see related story).Check out its earnings results in full by watching this slide show.