Saturday, March 11, 2017

Alphabet's internet balloon chief leaves after 6 months

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Alphabet’s Project Loon is running into some figurative turbulence in addition to the literal kind. Tom Moore, the satellite executive who was brought on as CEO to help Project Loon become a full-fledged business, has left the leadership position after just 6 months. It’s not clear why he’s on the way out (neither he nor Alphabet are commenting), but he’s being replaced by Alastair Westgarth, a wireless industry veteran best known for turning startups into viable companies. His “vision” for the internet balloon project matches the strategy of Alphabet’s X division, “approaching huge programs, at scale, to improve the lives of millions or billions of people,” the company says.

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