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  2. Ruth Porat - Wikipedia

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    Ruth Porat (born 1958) is a British-American business executive serving as Chief Financial Officer of Alphabet and its subsidiary Google since 2015. [2] [3] [4] In 2020, Porat was listed as the 16th most powerful woman in the world by Forbes, [4] and seventh on Fortune ' s Most Powerful Women list in 2020. [5] Contents 1 Early life and education

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  3. Ruth Porat - Forbes

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    Ruth Porat has been chief financial officer of Google's parent company, Alphabet, since 2015. Prior to Google, Porat rose through the ranks at Morgan Stanley over a 27-year career to become chief...

  4. Ruth Porat Biography - Facts, Childhood, Family Life ...

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    Ruth Porat (CFO of Alphabet Inc and Google) Ruth Porat, an American business magnate, is the Chief Financial Officer of Google and its parent company Alphabet Inc. Featuring in the list of world’s most powerful women in technology and finance, she has been making waves in the industry through her stern leadership and firm actions.

  5. Ruth Porat is a British-American business executive. She is the chief financial officer of the multinational technology conglomerate holding company, Alphabet Inc. She was previously the executive vice president and CFO of Morgan Stanley. Porat was also associated with Google and has been on the board of many companies.

  6. Ruth Porat: Invest for the Long Term | Stanford Graduate ...

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    Ruth Porat has seen two financial crises up close: She had just started at Morgan Stanley in 1987 when the stock market crashed, forcing her to reconsider her focus on mergers and acquisitions. Then, in 2008, she was asked to serve as an advisor to the U.S. Treasury Department during the recession. During a visit to Stanford Graduate School of ...

  7. Ruth Porat | Jewish Women's Archive

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    Hailed as the most important woman on Wall Street for her work as CFO of Morgan Stanley, Ruth Porat became Google’s first female CFO in 2015. Porat graduated from Stanford and earned master’s degrees from the London School of Economics and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania before joining Morgan Stanley in 1987.

  8. Ruth Porat is a business executive who is both British and American. She is the chief financial officer of Alphabet Inc., a multinational technology conglomerate holding company. She was previously Morgan Stanley’s executive vice president and CFO. Porat has also worked with Google and served on the boards of several companies. Table of Contents

  9. Ruth Porat | Google Blog

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    Ruth Porat. SVP and CFO. I joined Google in 2015 with responsibility for Finance, People Operations, Real Estate & Workplace Services and Business Operations. I focus ...

  10. Ruth Porat • Partnership for Public Service

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    Ruth Porat joined Google as senior vice president and chief financial officer in May 2015 and has also held the same title at Alphabet since it was created in October 2015. She is responsible for finance, business operations, people operations and real estate and workplace services. Prior to joining Google, Porat was executive vice president ...

  11. The 4 Lessons Ruth Porat Learned from the Financial Crisis

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    Ruth Porat, WG’87, CFO of Google and its parent company Alphabet 1. Identify vulnerability and protect against it in the good days The first and most important (lesson) is that every company, every industry, needs to identify its source of vulnerability and protect against it in the good days.