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Google CEO Sundar Pichai will receive a payout worth $380 MILLION this week

  • Google CEO Sundar Pichai’s 353,939 shares are worth around $380 million
  • He received an award of restricted shares in the company as part of a promotion
  • Google has paid Pichai more than $100 million in total compensation per year since 2014. The company has yet to disclose Pichai’s compensation for 2017
  • He received the shares before his promotion to senior vice president of products

Google Chief Executive Officer is about to receive $380 million.

In 2014, Sundar Pichai, 45, received an award of restricted shares in the company as part of a promotion. The 353,939 shares worth around $380 million vest on April 25.

This makes it one of the largest single payouts to a public company executive in recent years, according to Bloomberg.

Google Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai, 45, is about to receive $380 million

Pichai joined Google in 2004, where he led the product management and innovation efforts for a suite of Google’s client software products, including Google Chrome and Chrome OS. 

Pichai allegedly received the shares before his promotion to senior vice president of products a year earlier, when he took over many of co-founder Larry Page’s responsibilities.

The award increased in value as Alphabet’s stock surged 90 percent since the grant date. 

Google has consistently paid Pichai more than $100 million in total compensation per year since 2014. The company has yet to disclose Pichai’s compensation for 2017.

Pichai is married to Anjali Pichai and they have two children together. 

In 2014, Sundar Pichai, 45, received an award of restricted shares in the company as part of a promotion. The 353,939 shares worth around $380 million vest on April 25

In 2014, Sundar Pichai, 45, received an award of restricted shares in the company as part of a promotion. The 353,939 shares worth around $380 million vest on April 25

This makes it one of the largest single payouts to a public company executive in recent years, according to Bloomberg 

This makes it one of the largest single payouts to a public company executive in recent years, according to Bloomberg 

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