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Alphabet Inc. Google And Gmail Illustrations Ahead Of Earnings Figures

Alphabet Inc, which owns Google, joins Apple & Microsoft in elite $1 Trillion club

Apart from these 3 and Amazon, the rest of the US market is billions of dollars away from trillion-dollar valuations, showing that tech & internet stocks are the biggest titans of Wall Street.
Alphabet Inc. Google And Gmail Illustrations Ahead Of Earnings Figures

Google founders got a $2 billion retirement gift for naming Sundar Pichai as Alphabet CEO

The founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, each own about 6% of the internet giant and still control Alphabet through special voting shares.
Sundar Pichai

Sundar Pichai finally has a title fitting his role

Sundar Pichai, the new CEO of Alphabet, has essentially been running the company for several years now.
Sundar Pichai and Sergey Brin

Sundar Pichai is Google’s answer for now, but raises new questions for Alphabet

It remains to be seen whether Sundar Pichai, as Alphabet CEO, can deal with the social and economic politics as well as the company's current broken structure.
Sundar Pichai

Google boss Sundar Pichai to also become CEO of parent firm Alphabet

Sundar Pichai will now also lead Alphabet’s array of expensive, futuristic endeavours, such as autonomous cars and new health-care technology.
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Google to change its policy on data sharing for ads to protect privacy

Google's data has helped advertisers avoid displaying ads alongside content they don’t deem suitable for their brands, drawing criticism for possibly violating user privacy.
A man is seen as a silhouette as he checks a mobile device whilst standing against an illuminated wall bearing YouTube Inc.s logo in this arranged photograph in

YouTube tries out ‘responsibility’ as a metric of success apart from watch time

The changes are supposed to reward videos that are more palatable to advertisers and public, and help YouTube ward off criticism on content.
The Google game controller is displayed after an event at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco

Google set to launch ‘Netflix of gaming’ that won’t need pricey consoles, computers

Google Stadia lets developers build new games on a streaming platform that will allow players to access the action through the web.
Prabhakar Raghavan will step into the role of Google's chief advertising executive on Friday

Raghavan to replace Ramaswamy as head of Google’s most important business

Search & AI veteran Prabhakar Raghavan will take over as Google’s top advertising executive from Sridhar Ramaswamy on Friday.
Google Inc. logo | Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg

Google could be in trouble as US Congress rejects low-level testimonials on election meddling

US Congress wants Larry Page, CEO of Alphabet Inc. to testify in front of the intelligence committee which will include the chiefs of Twitter and Facebook as well.

On Camera

Pakistan PM Imran Khan with Narendra Modi

Few things tie Modi’s India and Imran’s Pakistan like their love-hate for foreign invasion

Be it Hindutva ideologues condemning the wicked foreign invader or Imran Khan hailing Turkish imperial rule, both want to reinforce that going forward means going backward.

Harsh Vardhan questions Delhi govt: Is Arvind Kejriwal failing in handling Covid-19 crisis?

Union health minister Harsh Vardhan Thursday raised concerns about rising Covid cases and low testing levels in Delhi.

Defence

Indian and Chinese soldiers during a military exercise in Meghalaya last year | Representational image | ANI

‘April status quo’ discussed as India, China generals hold 7-hour meeting over Ladakh

The formal meeting between the top military officers of India and China started around 11.30 am and is believed to have lasted until the evening.
Illustration: Soham Sen | ThePrint

Why Modi doesn’t feature in a list of India’s reformist prime ministers

Despite big ideas, Modi comes off poorly as a reformer, because his bureaucrats lack the motivation to push reforms and are beginning to enjoy unbridled power.