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Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin step back at Alphabet

2019-12-03T22:40:53.210Z

The two founders of Google and parent company Alphabet no longer think it is necessary for two different directors to be active at the companies. Sundar Pichai, the director of Google, now also becomes director at Alphabet, the two founders announced in a blog post on Tuesday evening.



The two founders of Google and parent company Alphabet no longer think it is necessary for two different directors to be active at the companies. Sundar Pichai, the director of Google, now also becomes director at Alphabet, the two founders announced in a blog post on Tuesday evening.

Larry Page was the executive director of Alphabet Inc. and Sergey Brin the chairman. The two set up the company twenty years ago and have been at the head of the company all the time.

They still remain involved with the company, as they write in their blog post: "We are very committed to Google and Alphabet and continue to be actively involved as board members, shareholders and co-founders. In addition, we plan to continue to talk to Sundar on a regular basis. , especially on topics that we are passionate about. "

Sundar Pichai takes over from them. He has been the director of Google since 2015.

Source: nunl

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