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From left: Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg, Netflix's Ted Sarandos, and YouTube's Neal Mohan.

Here are the high-powered executives who are 2nd-in-command at some of tech’s biggest companies

Some of these execs may go on to run the company one day, while others may leave for big opportunities somewhere else.
Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian at Google Cloud Next 2019

Google revealed that its cloud business is on run rate of more than $8 billion, and it plans to triple the size of its salesforce

Alphabet CFO Ruth Porat says that Google Cloud is the company's third-largest driver of revenue growth. Here's how Google Cloud plans to keep growing.
Alphabet Chief Financial Officer Ruth Porat will join Verily's board.

Alphabet’s life-science company just raised another $1 billion for a mysterious bet on healthcare

The round marks the second time Verily has taken outside funds. As part of the investment, Alphabet CFO Ruth Porat will join Verily's board.

The female Google executive Larry Page once called his hero says she walked out with staff protesting sexual harassment

Google's Ruth Porat sought to portray a company that lets its employees speak freely.

Google parent Alphabet misses earnings targets, stock falls

Alphabet is expected to report another strong quarter thanks to advertising and hardware growth.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai.

ALPHABET EARNINGS PREVIEW: A monster quarter tainted by YouTube’s nasty year

BI PRIME: Google's parent company Alphabet will report Q4 2017 earnings Thursday, here's what Wall Street will be looking for.

Alphabet’s ‘other bets’ are still exactly what they sound like

In case there was any doubt, Alphabet is still all about search and advertising.

Almost half of Google’s management team is made up of women — here they are

Google's management team includes six women, making it one of the most gender-equal executive teams in tech.

Google’s CFO defended Alphabet’s setbacks but struggled to justify its purpose

Google CFO Ruth Porat defended Alphabet during its quarterly earnings call, saying the company had accelerated in some areas and taken a pause in others.