Meet the power players at Alphabet, the new parent company of Google
Last fall, we said goodbye to "Google" as we used to know it
when it blew up its corporate structure to launch a new parent company called Alphabet.
Alphabet gives more autonomy to a new set of CEOs.
Here's a quick recap of all of Alphabet's subsidiary companies and who is leading each one:Advertisement
Even though Larry Page isn't the CEO of Google anymore, he's still the one running the show as the CEO of Alphabet.
Sundar Pichai got bumped to be CEO of Google.Advertisement
Tony Fadell, CEO of Nest, focuses on making intelligent (and elegant) hardware for your home.
As CEO of Verily, Andy Conrad wants to shift medicine from "reactive to proactive, from intervention to prevention."Advertisement
Arthur Levinson is tackling human longevity as CEO of Calico.
As CEO of Sidewalk Labs, Dan Doctoroff wants to revamp urban life.Advertisement
Astro Teller heads up X, where some of the company's wildest ambitions are born.
Bill Maris makes investing decisions as the head of GV (formerly called "Google Ventures")Advertisement
Instead of focusing on smaller startups, David Lawee leads the growth equity fund Google Capital.
Craig Barratt runs Alphabet's Access and Energy division, which is best known for its super-fast internet service, Fiber.Advertisement
You may have noticed preponderance of men... Right now, Ruth Porat, Alphabet's CFO, and Susan Wojcicki, CEO of YouTube, are the two highest ranking women at the company.