Google halts Fiber rollout in some U.S. cities

(Reuters) – Alphabet Inc is halting the rollout of its much-talked about high-speed internet service, Google Fiber, in some cities in the United States. The company's Google Access division, which provides the service, said its chief executive, Craig Barratt, would step down but stay on as an adviser. Google had been expanding the service, which promises Internet speeds of up to 1,000 megabits per second, in several cities in the United States.

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