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Jan 11, 2019
Alphabet sued for covering up sexual misconduct claims against two former employeesThe lawsuits seek to force Google to change its governance to stop future workplace conduct issues.
Dec 30, 2018
Lawsuit filed against Google search engine's photo sharing and storage service dismissedLawsuit alleged Alphabet Inc’s Google violated Illinois state law by collecting and storing biometric data.
Dec 07, 2018
Top US general urges reluctant Google to work with the military on defense projectsA recent military project set off a revolt in Google, with employees protesting their aid in warfare.
Nov 14, 2018
No transparency on transparency: Binny Bansal's Flipkart exit reflects a new normal in corporate cultureThe case against Binny Bansal seems vague and his continuation on Flipkart's board in a transitional role is, if anything, an endorsement that he committed no big lapse.
Oct 26, 2018
Alphabet shares plunge after missing analysts’ quarterly revenue estimatesGoogle ad sales contributed 86 percent of revenue, but growth slowed to 20 percent.
Sep 24, 2018
Google marks two decades of simplifying our lives online amid privacy issuesGoogle was launched in 1998 in a garage rented in the Northern California city of Menlo Park.
Sep 13, 2018
Google bids adieu to Gmail's cooler sibling Inbox app from March next yearIt was best known for its bundles where all emails could be categorised under various labels.
Sep 11, 2018
Paytm bets on local expertise to fend off rivals, aims to increase offline merchants to 15 million by March 2019Paytm is transforming into a financial services start-up with forays in banking, mutual funds and later insurance.
Sep 08, 2018
Google at 20: Can you imagine India's internet revolution without Google in it?20 years down the line, it's evident that Google needs India more than it ever did before
Aug 30, 2018
UN chief advises social media platforms to work on clamping down hate speechUN Chief said that social media could be over-regulated in a way that breaches human rights law.