The memo is titled "what happened to Corey?" "originally written to explain why he left," Altheide said, starting in July 2015. He took part in a tragically controversial internal discussion, said Altheide, two Google executives. UrsHlzle, senior vice president of technology infrastructure, and Sridhar Ramaswamy, senior vice president of advertising and commerce, both participated in the discussion.
Cory Altheide said Google employees and executives alike shared some great ideas and stories here, but the entire conversation turned out to be negative and not constructive. In September of the same year, Elshid launched a new e-mail chain called Just Asking Questions, which he said was intended to highlight the fact that some Googlers may not honestly discuss the issue of diversity. As evidence, he linked external blog posts to external blog posts purportedly written by Googlers, who endorsed the notion that "blacks do not equal whites." Therefore, "inequality" between these races is predictable and makes very significant sense. "
But Hlzle, senior vice president, said the discussion initiated by Cory Altheide was inflammatory and had nothing to do with Google's products and services. And tell him, "if most of your colleagues are Nazis, the best thing to do is you don't know about it." Altheide decided to leave the company on January 2016.