Andy Rubin is an American businessman, and Silicon Valley enigneer, who has a net worth of $100 million. Andy Rubin has earned his net worth as the co-founder and former CEO of both technolgy companies Danger Inc., and Android Inc. His current position is Senior Vice President of Mobile at Google. Some of his duties include overseeing the development of an open-source operating system for smartphones known as Android. Andy was raised in Chappaqua, New York, his father was a psychologist and than founder of a a direct marketing firm. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science from Utica College, located in Utica, New York. Rubin holds four patents for some of his inventions, and has worked as some well-known companies including; Carl Zeiss AG, where he was a robotics engineer, Apple Inc, as a manufacturting engineer, Magic Cap and MSN TV. Some of Rubin's robotic inventions are on display at the Tech Museum of Innovation located in San Jose, California. Andy Rubin was featured in an article by the Wall Street Journal published on August 17, 2011 titled "The Man Behind Android's Rise" where the song the praises of how he changed Google's organizational structure, reordered the wireless world and postioned Google as a giant at the center of it all.