Two of the tech giants said they suspended their reviews of data requests from Hong Kong authorities immediately after the new national security law came into effect last week
A potential investment by Google into cash-strapped Vodafone Idea (VIL), if materialises, will be a strategic positive for the Indian telecom operator, but a five percent stake would be still be inadequate to solve the telcos' debt problems, analysts said on Friday
Vodafone Idea shares surge nearly 35% on reports Google looking to make investment in embattled telco
At 10:52 AM, Vodafone Idea was at Rs 7.56 per share, up 29.9 percent.
India’s antitrust body is looking into allegations that Alphabet Inc’s Google is abusing its market position to unfairly promote its mobile payments app in the country, five sources familiar with the case told Reuters
Wall Street rallies as some US states relax lockdown restrictions; all major indexes claw back, gain over 1%
The indexes are all now within 20 percent of their record closing highs reached in February, with the benchmark S&P 500 on track for its best month since 1987, after trillions of stimulus dollars helped US equities recover from March lows.
Pichai said that while the company in 2019 had hired 20,000 Googlers and had been targeting a similar number for 2020,
Google, Facebook, Amazon and Apple are under a series of investigations for using their clout to defend market share, monopoly.
India is the world’s biggest smartphone maker after China but is still largely dependent on China for supplies of parts.
Alphabet joins Apple, Amazon.com and Microsoft as the only US companies to hit $1 trillion in market value.
Apple last March said that it had reduced carbon emissions by 64 percent since 2011.
The deal will give Google the capability to take on Apple and Samsung in the market for fitness trackers.
Sundar Pichai will now scrutinise Alphabet Inc's 'moonshot' projects that aim at diversifying business
Pichai now faces the challenge of balancing the potential benefit of bold, uncertain bets about future technology with their short-term costs.
Sundar Pichai to head Google's parent co, Alphabet Inc: The rise of a soft-spoken engineer from Chennai
Pichai became the CEO of Alphabet Inc., parent of Google, as founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin steps aside.
Sundar Pichai, Google’s chief executive, will become the chief of both Google and Alphabet.
Sundar Pichai first interviewed in Google in April 2004 and it was the same day that the company launched Gmail.
Despite its huge collection of data on search queries and clicks, Google said it could not provide much of the data sought by the committee.
Google probe is known to be focused on its search and digital advertising businesses.
Alphabet shareholders are awaiting the results of the internal investigation as they decide how to proceed with the case.
Without Section 230, search engines, would either not be able to filter content at all or would over-filter content.
India to woo foreign firms like Apple, Foxconn and other to capitalise on US-China trade war: Report
The trade war between the US and China, the world’s two largest economies, has led to higher tariffs on goods worth billions of dollars