Alphabet Inc. is an American multinational conglomerate created in a corporate restructuring of Google on October 2, 2015. It is now the parent company of Google and several former Google subsidiaries. The two founders of Google assumed executive roles in the new company, with Larry Page serving as CEO and Sergey Brin as President. The company is based in Mountain View, California. It has over 75,606 employees as of July 2017. Alphabet's portfolio encompasses several industries, including technology, life sciences, investment capital, and research. Some of its subsidiaries include Google, Calico, GV, CapitalG, Verily, Waymo, X, Nest Labs and Google Fiber. Some of the subsidiaries of Alphabet have altered their names since leaving Google and becoming part of the larger parent company—Google Ventures becoming GV, Google Life Sciences becoming Verily and Google X becoming just X. Following the restructuring Page became CEO of Alphabet while Sundar Pichai took his position as CEO of Google. Shares of Google's stock have been converted into Alphabet stock, which trade under Google's former ticker symbols of "GOOG" and "GOOGL". The establishment of Alphabet was prompted by a desire to make the core Google Internet services business "cleaner and more accountable" while allowing greater autonomy to group companies that operate in businesses other than Internet services.
|2019-03-25||GOOGL||Alphabet Cl A||1197.38 trending_down||-10.2700||-0.8504%|
|2019-03-22||GOOGL||Alphabet Cl A||1207.65 trending_down||-28.4800||-2.3040%|
|2019-03-21||GOOGL||Alphabet Cl A||1236.13 trending_up||14.1300||1.1563%|
|2019-03-20||GOOGL||Alphabet Cl A||1222.00 trending_up||19.5400||1.6250%|
|2019-03-19||GOOGL||Alphabet Cl A||1202.46 trending_up||13.9100||1.1703%|