Google CEO Sundar Pichai made the comments during an all-hands meeting with the entire company earlier this week. He said the company was simply “being a bit more responsible” amid one of the toughest macroeconomic situations of the past decade. Google officials said that the company did not plan to make any changes when it came to employee raises, equity, and bonuses, pointing out that they would continue to pay employees at “the top end of the market so we can be competitive,” according to the company’s filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The company’s highest earning executives earned a least $28 million in “at least $14.28 million,’ according to parent company Alphabet. . . .