Android founder, Andy Rubin is, reportedly leaving Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOGL) after nine years in the wake of a major reshuffle in the giant search engine company. During an interview on Bloomberg, Entelo CEO, Jon Bischke, argued that Andy has been given the opportunity to go back to his entrepreneur roots and help jumpstart other companies.
“I think you look at a guy like Andy, and he is an entrepreneur, he was able to do entrepreneur things at Google Inc., (NASDAQ:GOOG) and taking Android to a billion plus users, work on robotics. But to be at a big company for nine years when you an entrepreneur it’s hard, “said Mr. Bischke.
Bischke believes Rubin will move on to support startups that are heavily interested in building technology-hardware products. Over the past few years, Rubin has been spearheading Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOGL)’s effort in the robotics division having foreseen a number of acquisitions during his tenure. Bischke maintains that Rubin exiting is not a sign of turmoil at Google or an indication that other lieutenants will also be following suit in the coming days.
Rubin leaving comes in the wake of Sundar Pichai being allocated more management responsibilities in the company as reorganization continues pick pace. Pichai will now foresee Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOGL) key areas including Google maps, search Google+ as well as Google research.
“Certainly turnover at top management can mean that other people will leave. But, I don’t get the sense that this is as much driven by turmoil as more it is driven by Andy desire to go and create new things in the world, “said Mr. Bischke
Bischke has also rubbished suggestions that promise of better compensation elsewhere other than Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOGL) could have played a big role in Rubin leaving his post. Bischke believes Google has one of the best compensation plan than any other company and always at hand to reward its top management team according to Bischke.
Rubin is accredited of having built Android into becoming a free, open source software platform that is being used by some of the world’s largest manufacturers.
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