Google's Vic Gundotra Departing Immediately
Google executive Vic Gundotra today announced his departure from the company after working there for more than eight years. Gundotra played a major role in developing some of Google's mobile applications and helped conceive and build Google+, Google's social network. In a blog post on Google+, Gundotra said, "I'm forever in debt to the Google+ team. This is a group of people who built social at Google against the skepticism of so many. They are invincible dreamers." Gundotra also publicly thanked Google CEO Larry Page. Gundotra said he is moving on to new things, but didn't reveal them. Gundotra's successor at the head of Google+ has not yet been named. Google didn't announce any changes to the staffing in its Android and Chrome units, which are led by Sundar Pichai.
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