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Longtime Google Executive Alan Eustace Retires

Google’s Alan Eustace, the senior vice president who led the company’s efforts on search, research, maps and other projects, is retiring in March after some 13 years at Google. Not that Eustace is prone to slowing down; in October, he set the world record for high-altitude skydiving. TechCrunch first reported the news, which Google confirmed.

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