After 5 months being hired as a Chief Executive Officer of Google Fiber, Gregory McCray stepped down from his position.
Gregory McCray was hired in February as the CEO for Access, the Alphabet unit that houses Google Fiber, in replacement of Craig Barratt who has stepped down last October 2016. In an article from Bloomberg, they said that McCray’s reasons for leaving are still unclear. They also included that he had a rough start at his work.
Google Fiber started offering gigabit internet packages on some cities in US a few years ago and announced in 2014 that it will expand its services to more than 20 cities. Later on, Alphabet pulled back and said that they were halting plans to expand into eight additional markets when Barratt stepped down as CEO.