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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.
Change - Shake-up - Access - October - Gigabit
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...
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