If everyone becomes a senior VP, it waters down the value of the job title.
Google's recently-uploaded chief Sundar Pichai has made his first big management changes to the ad giant since assuming the top dog role in August. It comes just a week after Google morphed into its new holding company, Alphabet – headed up by the multinational's co-founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin. According to Re/code, …
Tuesday 13th October 2015 08:56 GMT mattkiss
Tuesday 13th October 2015 16:26 GMT PAT MCCLUNG
Larry and Sergey
Larry and Sergey are tired of worrying about stupid things like Google's profits - definitely do not care about this. They can hire little profit "Ho's" to run that part of Google. With Alphabet, Larry can now play in the sandbox, just like Sergey has been doing. Lots more fun!