The two outgoing executives explained this as a "natural time" for rationalizing management, as Alphabet is "well-established" and the various brands (including Google) operate smoothly as independent companies. Alphabet and Google simply do not need two CEOs and no president, Page and Brin said. They pointed out that Pichai was a logical choice because of his extensive experience and his "confidence in the value of the alphabet structure."
In other words, Pichai is unlikely to reject the existing formula. Alphabet will continue to rely heavily on search, cloud services, Android and Chrome, evolving with more adventurous efforts such as Loon and Waymo. Google employees have accused their employer of cracking down on the workers 'organization, negligent sexual harassment, and otherwise failing to respond to employees' concerns. It also deals with important topics such as the integrity of political advertising and allegations of bias. These problems do not disappear now, as Pichai has more power ̵