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Sole CEO means simpler business for Alphabet: analysts

Reuters Wednesday, 4 December 2019
Alphabet's change of leadership should simplify the company's unorthodox management structure under new boss Sundar Pichai without creating unwanted turbulence in strategy at one of Silicon Valley's biggest names, Wall Street analysts said on Wednesday.
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