With regulatory scrutiny of Google growing, its top Washington lobbyist is stepping down, according to an e-mail he sent to contacts today.
Alan Davidson, who launched Google's lobbying efforts six-and-a-half years ago, plans to leave later this month.
"It's been a remarkable experience--and a very exciting and intense time--but I'm ready for a new challenge," Davidson said in the e-mail provided by Google. "After six and half years, I've decided it's the right moment for me to leave my current role at the company. Starting later this month, I will be taking … Read more