Larry Page, the new CEO of Google, recently promoted six individuals from executives to vice president status. The new six divisions are an attempt at making Google less of a bureaucracy, and more of an innovator.
The newest senior vice president additions include Susan Wojcicki, Alan Eustace, Sundar Pichai, Salar Kamangar, Andy Rubin, and Vic Gundotra. So what are they exactly senior vice presidents of? Gundotra is in charge of social, Eustace is responsible for search, Rubin will handle mobile, while Kamangar is in charge of video, including YouTube. Pichai will take charge of Chrome. Each will be responsible to their specific division, and with more control, Google hopes to see great benefit.