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Is Telangana the new California of east? Apple, Amazon, Google and others line up mega investment plans
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Is Telangana the new California of east? Apple, Amazon, Google and others line up mega investment plans

A ballpark estimate of investments flowing into Hyderabad from various industries is out at close to USD 3-4 billion, with an estimated employment opportunity for 25,000 people and 1.25 lakh indirectly.

Tech CEOs and top Republicans attend a secret meeting on how to stop Donald Trump: Report
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Tech CEOs and top Republicans attend a secret meeting on how to stop Donald Trump: Report

A secretive meeting wherein top CEOs and members of the Republican flew off to a private island resort off the coast of Georgia for the American Enterprise Institute's annual World Forum. Interestingly, the main topic of discussion remained how to stop Donald Trump.

Kanye West asks Facebook's Zuckerberg for $1 billion for his 'ideas'
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Kanye West asks Facebook's Zuckerberg for $1 billion for his 'ideas'

Rapper and fashion designer Kanye West, who says he is $53 million in debt, has asked Facebook Inc's Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg to invest $1 billion into his "ideas."

Larry Page hopes for Alphabet to be synonymous with innovation
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Larry Page hopes for Alphabet to be synonymous with innovation

Google founder Larry Page is hoping his newly created company called Alphabet becomes synonymous with innovation.

Bye bye Google, hello Alphabet
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Bye bye Google, hello Alphabet

After U.S. markets closed on Friday, Alphabet replaced Google as the publicly traded company that will house Google's search and Web advertising businesses, maps, YouTube and its "moonshot" ventures such as driverless cars.

An inside joke on Google further sums up new Alphabet name change: Report
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An inside joke on Google further sums up new Alphabet name change: Report

Earlier this month, Google took everyone by surprise by a major shake and a new parent holdings company called Alphabet. This has led to a major restructuring at the company with Larry Page now as CEO and Sergey Brin as President of Alphabet. Sundar Pichai is now the CEO of Google.

Google to Alphabet: Find out what really happened
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Google to Alphabet: Find out what really happened

We woke up to some phenomenal news this morning. Google had taken on a new name. Alphabet is what it is now known as. It’ll be a collection of companies. Like a bag of pennies. One of them is the letter G. And as Larry Page puts it, “G is for Google.”

It’s all good to cheer for Google CEO Pichai, but the Alphabet is more exciting
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It’s all good to cheer for Google CEO Pichai, but the Alphabet is more exciting

What makes the announcement more significant is all that is happening around it – with Alphabet.

Larry Page and Sergey Brin looking to create amazing products with Alphabet
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Larry Page and Sergey Brin looking to create amazing products with Alphabet

With the launch of its new holding company, Alphabet, Google is trying its hardest not to be Microsoft. And chief executive officer Larry Page is signaling that he does not want to be Bill Gates.

Will Alphabet overcome the possible birth pangs of a parent sired by his child?
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Will Alphabet overcome the possible birth pangs of a parent sired by his child?

Would Alphabet have reserved in the charters of Google and other group companies the right to nominate directors in them and thus control them?

Full text: From birth of Alphabet to Sundar Pichai as CEO, here's Larry Page's blog post
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Full text: From birth of Alphabet to Sundar Pichai as CEO, here's Larry Page's blog post

Google while announcing the creation of its new parent company Alphabet and the appointment of India-born Sundar Pichai as CEO put out this blog post.

Google admits Glass had 'major problems', says it's time for a 'pause, strategy reset'
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Google admits Glass had 'major problems', says it's time for a 'pause, strategy reset'

Google plans to keep making ambitious and costly bets on futuristic products, even if it means shelving some of its most beloved projects. The Internet search company acknowledged for the first time on Thursday major problems with its Google Glass wearable computer, noting that it was time for a "pause" and a strategy "reset."

Fortune names Google's Larry Page 'Business Person of the Year 2014'
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Fortune names Google's Larry Page 'Business Person of the Year 2014'

Google's Larry Page has emerged as the 'business person of the year' for 2014, edging past the likes of Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, according to Fortune magazine.

Children's Day: Google celebrates Pune schoolgirl's doodle on Assam
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Children's Day: Google celebrates Pune schoolgirl's doodle on Assam

The winning doodle titled "Natural and Cultural Paradise - Assam" in which Reddy depicted the state's famed wildlife by sketching the one-horned rhinoceros, the tiger, tea bushes and bamboo trees. A woman performing the Bihu dance carrying a 'japi' (traditional hat) is also there in the doodle.

Here's why Sundar Pichai is Google's new product king
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Here's why Sundar Pichai is Google's new product king

A major shake-up has taken place at Google as co-founder Larry Page has taken a step back and put Android and Chrome VP Sundar Pichai in-charge of all products.

With Sundar Pichai's elevation, Google's turning over a new page
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With Sundar Pichai's elevation, Google's turning over a new page

WSJ has put out more details from the internal memo which announced Sundar Pichai's bigger role at Google.

Larry Page puts Android chief Sundar Pichai in charge of major Google products
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Larry Page puts Android chief Sundar Pichai in charge of major Google products

Google Chief Executive Officer Larry Page has put Sundar Pichai, one of his key lieutenants, in charge of the Internet company's products.