Alphabet CEO on Company’s Next Trillion Dollars

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Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai discusses his company’s $2 trillion valuation and how the tech giant will gain its next trillion. He also talks about the flexibility of Google’s Return-to-Office policy. He speaks with Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Studio 1.0.”

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