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Google’s Larry Page accused of approving payout without board approval

By Bloomberg
12 March 2019   |   3:13 pm
Alphabet CEO Larry Page is accused of giving a $150 million stock grant to Andy Rubin without getting the board's approval. Rubin was under investigation by the company for sexual harassment at the time.

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