Sundar Pichai Refuses To Take Google Stock Worth Millions In Past Two Years


Sundar Pichai has denied Google stock worth of millions of value. Google CEO Sundar Pichai has not taken the Equity award (payment received as shares) for 2 years. Refusing to take stock last year, Pichai had said that he had already received a lot of payment in the form of salary. The 46-year-old-tech who took over as the Google CEO in 2015, set down a big grant of modified stock last year because he sensed that he was already being paid handsomely.


On the other hand, if we talk about Pichai’s previous share accounts, then in 2014 he got a share of the value of $ 250 million (Rs 1,750 crore). In 2015, Google gave him $ 100 million (Rs 700 crore) and in 2016, worth 200 million dollars (1400 crore rupees). Google’s parent company alphabet will reconsider this year’s CEO’s salary. Until then, Pichai’s previous shares will be in his account. According to a report that Pichai left the share of value, it could possibly have cost $ 58 million. Information about this has been reported by Bloomberg Media on several sources.


Google chief executive officer Sundar Pichai has been one of Silicon Valley’s highest-paid officials for a long time. So it is reasonable for his salary check’s to get larger every year, especially given how effective he has been in navigating Google at a challenging time. Sundar Pichai is the CEO of Google and he has not only managed his company in a very good way but also kept himself fit. Though there is a lot of pressure on him and the company to handle them, in spite of this, he has kept himself very mentally and physically fit.

However, it may also be assumed that Pichai has refused to take stock under the Policy because Google employees have raised questions about the salary of CEOs too much. While it is also difficult for other employees to meet daily needs. According to the report, it is not known how much Pichai has rejected the share values. There have been considerations as to what lies ahead for Pichai now. If the Google CEO denies the stock grants once again, it would put him at a different position linked to other Silicon Valley CEOs.