Sundar Pichai’s job wasn’t particularly easy. The 47-year-old CEO of Google and its parent company Alphabet was already dealing with antitrust allegations, employee unrest, and a feeling that, as a trillion-dollar behemoth dominating global search and advertising, the company’s mojo as a charming innovator was fading. Then came COVID-19. In interview with Wired Magazine, Google’s Pichai touches on many topics including their collaboration with Apple on Contract Tracing.
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