Co-founder and former head of Google’s Android mobile business, Andy Rubin, is leaving Google. WSJ:
Google executive Sundar Pichai took over Android from Mr. Rubin in early 2013. Mr. Pichai is considered a more open, collaborative executive more suited to the task of keeping Android’s various partners, including handset makers and wireless-network operators, in the fold.
Whereby none of the entities ‘in the fold’ make much money, Google included.