Google has not indicated whether the department's trajectory will change while it seeks a new chief officer, but Alphabet CEO Larry Page reaffirmed the tech company's investment in Fiber in a statement provided to Bloomberg.
The rollout of Fiber was paused in nine cities and roughly nine percent of the division's staff was cut while the hunt went on for a new chief, and while Barratt moved to an advisory role, McCray accepted the job of Google Access CEO - the unit that houses Fiber - in February.
The future does not seem to be as bright as it once was for Google Fiber.
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That's thanks to how the trusts work: They buy up private student loan debt, slice it up, and repackage it to sell to investors. There's no financial issue more pressing than student loans .
Over the past year, Alphabet has pulled back significantly from Google Fiber, a service once lauded for its potential to disrupt a USA broadband internet market ruled by a few telecom and cable giants. "Fiber has a great team and I'm confident we will find an wonderful person to lead this important business".
Google Fiber is part of Alphabet's "Other Bets", a unit that emphasizes longer-term projects.
Google Fiber has been asked for further comment on the matter and who is assuming McCray's role during the search for his successor.
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