Actually, Stallman doesn't like GNU/Linux. He says it should be GNU + Linux.
I've watched many full length RMS lectures over the last 10 years, and in every single one of them he explicitly says fhat either "GNU/Linux" or "GNU+Linux" aee acceptable and valid, so long as you pronounce the hard "G" in "GNU", as "Guh-Noo".
This 2 minute video of RMS will concisely spell it out for you, unambiguously:
As for all the comments regarding "why isn't X or Y company included in the title of the OS?" - simple - RMS & his GNU system were there on tbe scene first, long before anyone else had even heard of them OR Linus' Linux kernel, and certainly long before Google was even conceived.
It's good to get your facts straight when debating a subject you consistently demonstrate you lack knowledge about, as most of the last few comments attest to.