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Alphabet grants Pichai largest ever stock award, again

Reuters Saturday, 21 December 2019
Alphabet Inc's newly instated Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai would receive a hefty $240 million in performance-based stock awards over the next three years, the highest ever promised to any executive of the search giant.
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