Alphabet Stock Split: Will the Google Parent Ever Split Again?

Most companies use stock splits as a way to bring their per-share price down to more manageable levels, which many believe encourages greater liquidity and accessibility to small investors. Yet for tech giant Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL), the company's sole stock split during its history was done for a very different reason: creating a new class of non-voting shares that became a model for peers both in the information technology sector and beyond.

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