Google CFO George Reyes Announces Retirement

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Google announced this week that Chief Financial Officer George Reyes is retiring and leaving the company later this year. Reyes, who has been with the company five years, is only the second major executive to leave Google, ever, as far back as anyone can remember. Reyes intends to stay with the company while it searches for a new CFO and help with the transition, leaving by the end of the year.
(via Search Engine Land)

Let see if we can figure out the Google executive history timeline:

Chairman: Eric Schmidt (March 2001-); Sergey Brin (1998-2001)
CEO: Eric Schmidt (August 2001-); Larry Page (1998-2001)
President (sole): Sergey Brin (1998-2001)
President, Products: Larry Page (August 2001-)
President, Technology: Sergey Brin (August 2001-)
CFO: George Reyes (2002-2007)
Chief Legal Officer: David Drummond (December 2006-) [previously General Counsel, February 2002-2006]

SVP, Business Operations: Shona Brown (January 2006-)[previously VP of Business Operation, September 2003-2006]
SVP, Corporate Development: David Drummond (January 2006-) [previously VP of Corporate Development, February 2002-2006]
SVP, Engineering and Research: Alan Eustace (January 2006-)
SVP, Operations: Urs Hölzle
SVP, Global Sales & Business Development: Omid Kordestani
SVP, Product Management and Marketing: Jonathan Rosenberg (February 2002-)
VP, Engineering: Bill Coughran and Jeff Huber; Alan Eustace (July 2003-2006); Urs Hölzle (1999-2003)
VP, Global Communications & Public Affairs: Elliot Schrage (October 2005-)

Anyone want to help fill in the gaps or correct anything, or suggest others I should include in this list?


Google CFO George Reyes Announces Retirement
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