Google health tech spinout Verily lays off staff amid exec departures
Verily, spun out of Google parent Alphabet, is laying off about 15% of its employees, shaking up the executive leadership and narrowing its focus, the company confirmed to Endpoints News.
Co-founder Jessica Mega and health platforms president Vivian Lee have left the company, according to LinkedIn updates to their profiles, as first reported by STAT News. Jordi Parramon, president of the company’s devices unit, is also leaving, according to an internal memo from CEO Stephen Gillett.
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