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Google CEO Sundar Pichai meets PM Modi
Pichai earlier today said that the company is focussing on startups from India and out of its USD 300 million for the startups, around one-fourth will be invested in entities that are led by women
Why are netizens going gaga over Google CEO Sundar Pichai?
On Diwali morning, Google CEO Sundar Pichai posted a message on his Twitter handle informing that he was celebrating the festival by watching the last three overs of India's victory over Pakistan at the 2022 ICC Men's T20 World Cup in Australia again
Sundar Pichai says Google will slow down its hiring for 2020 due to coronavirus outbreak
Pichai said that while the company in 2019 had hired 20,000 Googlers and had been targeting a similar number for 2020,
Coronavirus Outbreak: Google CEO Sundar Pichai donates Rs 5 crore to Give India to help daily wage worker families
Previously, Google had announced an over $800 million commitment towards efforts to tackle Covid-19 pandemic.
Alphabet legal head Drummond exits, giving its new CEO chance to shake up team
Drummond, also senior vice president of corporate development, had been with Google since its start in 1998.
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 brings humility, passion for technology to our users': Google co-founders Larry Page And Sergey Brin on new Alphabet CEO
Sundar Pichai will replace Larry Page as the CEO of Google's parent company Alphabet.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai will now head both Google and parent company Alphabet
Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are stepping down from Alphabet and work as board members.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai will head parent company Alphabet: Quick facts about him
Sundar Pichai first interviewed in Google in April 2004 and it was the same day that the company launched Gmail.
Google to overhaul its policy team to ensure it has better relations with govt bodies
Several countries have threatened regulation or launched probes concerning Google’s user privacy practices.
Apple's security chief responds to dig about turning privacy into a 'luxury good'
Apple wants to sell products to “everyone we possibly could,” Federighi said in an interview.
Google will never sell personal user data to third parties, says CEO Sundar Pichai
Pichai says legislation will help Google ensure that privacy protections are available to more people.
Sundar Pichai's Congress hearing: Five dumb questions that the Google CEO had to answer
Several members of Congress have no idea what they are talking about when it comes to technology.
Google is drafting new ethical standards for using technology after employees expressed anger over a US Defence Dept project
Greene promised employees that Google would not sign up for any further work on ‘Maven’ or similar projects without having new ethical principles in place, according to Defense One’s sources.
Sundar Pichai has no regrets about firing former employee who criticized Google’s pro-diversity policies
Damore, who was ousted for writing a 10-page anti-diversity memo last year, filed a class-action lawsuit against Google this month, claiming that it discriminates against white men.
Google all set to open an AI research centre in China; aims to target local talent
Google’s search engine is banned in the Chinese market along with its app store, email and cloud storage services.
Google co-founder Sergey Brin protesting at SF airport against Trump's executive order
Google co-founder and president of Alphabet Sergey Brin has joined the protesters at the San Francisco International Airport, to express his disappointment over the executive order passed by US President Donald Trump.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai criticises Trump's controversial immigration order
Google's India-born CEO Sundar Pichai today criticised President Donald Trump's controversial immigration order against people from seven Muslim-majority countries, saying it will create "barriers" to bringing great talent to the US, as the Internet search giant ordered its travelling staff to return to America.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai surprised as to how students get into IITs and immediately think about IIMs
Admitting that he used to bunk classes during his engineering days at IIT Kharagpur, Google CEO Sundar Pichai today expressed surprise to find young IITians aiming to get into IIMs even as he stressed on the importance of getting real world experience.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai wants entry level smartphone prices to come down to Rs 2000
Google's India-born chief Sundar Pichai on Thursday said the prices of entry-level smartphones in India need to come down further to around $30, which would be equivalent to around Rs 2,000, to improve access to the internet and digital services for people.