Google As you know it is about to change forever

The Internet giant said Friday it plans to transition its stock of “Google Inc.” for “Alphabet” at the end of the business day, marking the official start of the next era of Google as part of a larger holding company.

The company first announced in August that it would create a new parent company called Alphabet, a move that some took to be a joke at first. Under the agreement, Google will be just one – albeit by far the largest – of a series of independent companies operating under the umbrella of the alphabet.

Larry Page, Google co-founder, wrote in a statement at the time. Page, former Google CEO lost this role in the long-time executive Sundar Pichai and took over as CEO of the alphabet.
“Our business works well today, but we think we can make it cleaner and more accountable. So we create a new company, called Alphabet,”
Sources say it also offers several C-suite positions to retain top talent and a greater autonomy to grow (and spin off) new businesses and make room to acquire companies worth billions of dollars.

The Alphabet conglomerate currently includes Nest, the manufacturer of the device smarthome his earned Google X, the so-called “moonshot” division;

More may be on the way: Google is considering its robotic work out in a separate division within Alphabet.

At least some changes can already be visible to the public: namely, redesigned logo of Google. As a source told us earlier, Google was reluctant to make big changes to its iconic logo while Page was CEO. But Pichai in charge, the field to update its logo in the era of smaller displays are easier to sell.