Google CEO Sundar Pichai on Wednesday praised Jeff Bezos and his replacement Andy Jassy on their new roles after the Amazon originator declared his choice to stand aside not long from now as CEO of the organization.Mr Bezos said he will changeover to the role of chief seat in the second from last quarter, giving over the CEO job to Andy Jassy, who heads Amazon Web Services.
The Indian-American top chief likewise sent his all the best wishes for two of the purposeful ventures of the active Amazon CEO - the Day 1 Fund and the Bezos Earth Fund.
Mr Bezos, in a letter to Amazon representatives, said he would "stay occupied with significant Amazon activities" yet would turn towards altruistic initiatives, including his Day One Fund and Bezos Earth Fund, and other undertakings in space investigation and journalism.
Top chiefs and noticeable figures at other significant organizations around the planet have been sending their congrats to Bezos and Jassy by means of Twitter.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, taking note of Mr Jassy's achievements, said, "a merited acknowledgment of what you have achieved". Marc Benioff, CEO of Salesforce, likewise took to Twitter to say Amazon "couldn't be in better hands."
Mr Jeff Bezos, 57, established Amazon in his garage in 1994 and proceeded to develop it into a giant that overwhelms online retail, with activities in streaming music and TV, staple goods, cloud computing, advanced mechanics, man-made brainpower and that's only the tip of the iceberg.
Mr Jassy joined Amazon as an marketing manager in 1997 and in 2003 established AWS, the cloud administrations division of the organization which has been quite possibly the most beneficial yet least-known units of the tech giant.