Samsung Floats Possibility of Split


Samsung has announced road map for a corporate restructuring that might include splitting itself into two. The company has retained external advisors to review the optimal corporate structure for its activities. The review is expected to take six months. Depending on the findings, Samsung may create a holding company structure and might list its shares on additional international exchanges. The company also announced that it will allocate more money to shareholder returns and bring in independent board members with international experience.

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Hewlett-Packard to axe as many as 30,000 more jobs amid restructuring

The restructuring effort that will see seminal Silicon Valley firm Hewlett-Packard split into two companies will also cause an additional 30,000 employees to lose their jobs, the company has revealed.

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Google's logo grows up by losing the serifs and slimming down

When Google unveiled the plan to begin restructuring into a new company, Alphabet, we knew it would mean some changes, but we weren’t ready for this one.

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Now Google Knows Its ABCs


Google on Monday announced a restructuring that will make it a wholly owned subsidiary of a new umbrella company called “Alphabet.” Product Chief Sundar Pichai will take over as CEO of Google, while Google cofounders Larry Page and Sergei Brin will be CEO and president, respectively, of Alphabet. Pichai “is … the right person to lead the core Google search effort,” said Barry Randall, technology portfolio manager at Covestor. “He has the intellect and the experience — and above all, the trust of Page and Brin.”

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What Google’s Alphabet revamp means for consumers

Google’s surprise corporate restructuring, which was announced on Monday, should spell “business as usual” for users of the tech giant’s products and services, according to experts.

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What Google’s Alphabet revamp means for consumers

Google’s surprise corporate restructuring, which was announced on Monday, should spell “business as usual” for users of the tech giant’s products and services, according to experts.

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Google spawns new parent company, Alphabet, splits off side businesses into unique entities

Google on Monday announced a major corporate restructuring, including the creation of a new parent company, Alphabet, under which Google will be just one of several subsidiaries.

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User anger and competition from rivals drive Google+ changes

Google is restructuring its social networking service as it tries to address user ire and compete with Facebook and Twitter. The Mountain View, Calif.-based company said this week that it is revamping Google+ — created four years ago to compete better in the social networking space — to address user complaints and to move elements of Google+ into more discrete services. 

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Apple's new iCloud storage plans: Cheap for consumers, even cheaper for developers

At this week’s Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, Apple announced a restructuring of its iCloud storage and computing services as part of an apparent bid to stem the tide of user data flowing from iOS and OS X to competitors like Dropbox and Facebook.



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