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Alphabet second company with India-origin CEO in trillion dollar club

Saudi Aramco is the world’s most valuable company at a market cap of $1.85 trillion, while Amazon is currently just shy of the $1 trillion mark, having scaled it previously.

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Last Updated: Jan 15, 2020, 08.52 AM IST
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Google parent Alphabet Inc. headed by Sundar Pichai hit a market cap of $1 trillion on Monday, making it the second such enterprise led by a person of Indian origin after Satya Nadella-run Microsoft. Alphabet fell back after scaling the peak during trade. Chennai-born Pichai became the head of Alphabet in December 2019, having become chief executive of Google in 2015. Nadella succeeded Steve Ballmer as the CEO of Microsoft in 2014. Saudi Aramco is the world’s most valuable company at a market cap of $1.85 trillion, while Amazon is currently just shy of the $1 trillion mark, having scaled it previously.
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