Google cloud’s COO Diane Bryant resigns within 7 months
Chief Operating Officer of Google Cloud, Diane Bryant, has stepped down from her position. She was brought in Google in November 2017 after spending more than 32 years at Intel to accelerate the growth but left the company within seven months.
Cloud computing service company, Google Cloud’s Chief Operating Officer, Diane Bryant, has stepped down from her position.
She previously worked with Intel and was brought in by Google to hasten the growth but she left the company within seven months.
In November 2017, she joined the technology giant Google after spending more than 32 years at Intel, most recently employed as the head of the Santa Clara company’s data center group.
“We can confirm that Diane Bryant is no longer with Google. We are grateful for the contributions she made while at Google and we wish her the best in her next pursuit,” a Google spokesperson said in a statement.
as stated in several media reports, she will be going back to Intel as the new Chief Executive.
Last month, after a board investigation into an affair with the employee, the last CEO, Brian Krzanich resigned.
Presently, The Intel board has announced Chief Financial Officer, Robert Swan as temporary Chief Executive Officer.