• Google Fiber's CEO steps down after five months

    4 monthes ago - By Engadget

    Five months after Google announced it was shaking up Fiber and putting broadband veteran George McCray in charge of the division overseeing it, McCray has stepped down. The company is seeking a replacement but hasn't named anyone.
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  • Report: Google Fiber CEO To Step Down After 5 Months In Charge

    Report: Google Fiber CEO To Step Down After 5 Months In Charge

    4 monthes ago - By Android Headlines

    Gregory McCray, CEO of Alphabet's Access division is stepping down, according to a new report out of Bloomberg today. While CEOs often come and go, what makes this going a little more intriguing is that McCray had only been appointed as Access CEO in February of this year. Exactly five months and two days ago. If correct, McCray will be the second CEO to have left the position within the last year, following Craig Barratt who previously stepped down in October of 2016. Which was also around the same time that the company announced it was halting its expansion plans while it ‘refined its...
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  • Google Fiber is losing its second CEO in less than a year

    Google Fiber is losing its second CEO in less than a year

    4 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Google Fiber, the high-speed internet service operated by Alphabet, has lost its second CEO in less than a year.
    Gregory McCray is stepping down from the CEO job of Access, the Alphabet subsidiary that houses the Fiber unit, according to a report in Bloomberg on Monday.
    The change is the latest shake-up at Access, which announced in October that it would stop rolling out its 1 gigabit per second wired broadband networks to new cities and focus on newer, wireless options.
    Craig Barratt, the head of Google Access, stepped down from the top job at the time. And Google hired McCray in...
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  • Google Fiber CEO steps down after five months on the job - CNET

    4 monthes ago - By CNET

    Alphabet looking for a new chief for its broadband and cable business after the departure of Gregory McCray.
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