Thousands of companies have split their shares over the decades, and Alphabet is hardly unique in choosing to do a stock split back in 2014. However, the unusual way in which the company then known as Google set up its split made it special, and some will see the first and only stock split in Alphabet’s history as a landmark move in corporate governance. With more than two years having passed since the split, investors can now put a value on shareholder influence over major company decisions. Let’s look more closely at the Alphabet stock split and what it means for Alphabet and the rest of the stock market going forward.
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