Google le­gal chief leav­ing

Antelope Valley Press - - BUSINESS -

SAN FRAN­CISCO — Google’s par­ent com­pany Al­pha­bet says David Drum­mond, its le­gal chief, is leav­ing at the end of the month. Drum­mond has faced ac­cu­sa­tions of in­ap­pro­pri­ate re­la­tion­ships with em­ploy­ees. Al­pha­bet did not give a rea­son for Drum­mond’s de­par­ture in a reg­u­la­tory fil­ing Fri­day. The com­pany said last Novem­ber that it was in­ves­ti­gat­ing sex­ual mis­con­duct cases against ex­ec­u­tives. Claims against Drum­mond were in­cluded in the in­ves­ti­ga­tions. The com­pany said Fri­day that Drum­mond is not get­ting an exit pack­age as part of his de­par­ture. Drum­mond does not men­tion the mis­con­duct al­le­ga­tions in a memo to em­ploy­ees on his de­par­ture. He joined Google in 2002.

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