Google shares close 4.1% up on Alphabet restructuring
周一表示，将成立一家名为Alphabet的新公司，Sundar Pichai将担任谷歌首席执行长，而Larry Page则将执掌这家新公司。
Google shares have risen by about 4.1% on Wall Street after investors welcomed news of its restructuring.
Under the change, which was announced on Monday, a new parent company will be created called Alphabet.
The restructuring will see the separation of Google from the group's more speculative ventures.
Google co-founder Larry Page has said it will create a simpler structure for what had become a diverse group of businesses.
It is hoped this will allow investors to see how profitable the core business is.
Subsidiaries such as Google X, which develops projects such as contact lenses, self-driving cars, internet weather-balloons and Google Glass will report separately from the core Google business.（BBC）