When Google restructured this year to create Alphabet as its new parent company, it drew praise from investors and analysts.
The move brought some clarity to a behemoth that had too many disparate enterprises in one Google basket.
Some likened the new organization to that of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway.
Alphabet and Berkshire Hathaway have something else in common. They each have five billionaires on their board, more than any other public companies.
The billionaires at Alphabet include Google co-founders Larry Page and
Sergey Brin, company chairman Eric Schmidt and investors L. John Doerr and
K. Ram Shriram.
The interactive Muckety map above shows Alphabet’s richest board members. Berkshire Hathaway’s appear in the map below.