Google Fiber gets a new head, trims employees
From CNET: After showing signs of emerging from last year's funk with Fiber 2.0, Google announced a new CEO to lead the Fiber unit, according to a report from Bloomberg.
Google's parent company Alphabet tapped broadband veteran Gregory McCray to take over the Access unit -- Alphabet's team primarily focused on Fiber -- while at the same time shifting hundreds of employees to other divisions within Google.
McCray comes to Google from Michigan's Aero Communications. He fills the roll left vacant after Craig Barratt stepped down last fall.
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