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Alphabet Inc. is a holding company. The Company's businesses include Google Inc. (Google) and its Internet products, such as Access, Calico, CapitalG, GV, Nest, Verily, Waymo and X. The Company's segments include Google and Other Bets. The Google segment includes its Internet products, such as Search, Ads, Commerce, Maps, YouTube, Google Cloud, Android, Chrome and Google Play, as well as its hardware initiatives. The Google segment is engaged in advertising, sales of digital content, applications and cloud offerings, and sales of hardware products. The Other Bets segment is engaged in the sales of Internet and television services through Google Fiber, sales of Nest products and services, and licensing and research and development (R&D) services through Verily. It offers Google Assistant, which allows users to type or talk with Google; Google Maps, which helps users navigate to a store, and Google Photos, which helps users store and organize all of their photos.
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Alphabet Inc's Google is in talks with publishers on paying a licensing fee for content that would be packaged in a premium news product, the Wall Street Journal reported https://www.wsj.com/articles/google-in-talks-to-pay-publishers-for-content-in-premium-news-product-11581689169...
Alphabet Inc <GOOGL.O> shares fell 4% on Tuesday after the search giant posted its first holiday-quarter revenue miss in five years, even as new disclosures on the company's smaller YouTube unit were warmly welcomed by Wall Street.
Alphabet Inc's <GOOGL.O> new Chief Executive Sundar Pichai unveiled sales figures that investors have long demanded, but shares fell 5% as Google's advertising business and the new data about YouTube and Google Cloud broadly disappointed.
Google-parent Alphabet Inc on Monday reported its worst fourth-quarter revenue growth since 2015, missing analysts' estimate for a period in which its top online advertising rivals beat expectations.
Alphabet Inc's Google said on Wednesday it is temporarily shutting down all its offices in China due to the outbreak of a new coronavirus in the country.
Alphabet Inc's Google is temporarily shutting down all its offices in China due to the outbreak of a new coronavirus in the country, technology website The Verge reported on Wednesday.
With probes of Alphabet Inc's <GOOGL.O> Google and other major platforms underway, the U.S. Justice Department's Antitrust Division is hiring both to bulk up for the big tech probes and to replace people who left, according to two Justice Department officials with knowledge...
Waymo, the self-driving unit of Alphabet Inc <GOOGL.O>, said on Thursday it will start testing autonomous trucks and vans in Texas and New Mexico this week.
Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Alphabet Inc <GOOGL.O> and its Google subsidiary, said on Wednesday that healthcare offers the biggest potential over the next five to 10 years for using artificial intelligence to improve outcomes, and vowed that the technology giant will heed...
The EU's proposal for a temporary ban on facial-recognition technology won backing from Alphabet Chief Executive Sundar Pichai on Monday but got a cool response from Microsoft President Brad Smith.
The public market capitalization of Google parent Alphabet <GOOGL.O> topped the $1 trillion mark shortly before the close of trading on Thursday, making it the fourth S&P 500 component to top the lofty level.
Alphabet's new Chief Executive Sundar Pichai on Friday gained the opportunity to reshape the leadership of Google's parent with the exit of Chief Legal Officer David Drummond, whose outsized strategic role was overshadowed by employee concerns about his personal relationship...
Alphabet Inc said on Friday its Chief Legal Officer David Drummond will be retiring from the company effective Jan. 31. (https://bit.ly/39YWUpl) (Reporting by Munsif Vengattil in Bengaluru; Editing by Shounak Dasgupta)
Alphabet Inc's Waymo said on Thursday that arbitrators had finalized a judgment of $128 million, plus undisclosed legal costs and interest, against two former employees who went to rival Uber Technologies Inc.
Waymo, the self-driving unit of Alphabet Inc <GOOGL.O>, said its vehicles had covered more than 20 million miles (32.2 million km) on public roads since its creation in 2009.
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An Alphabet <GOOGL.O> company's vision for a "smart city" project in Toronto includes buildings made of timber that are five times the current limit, potentially steering the company into the challenges of timber innovation in Canada.
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Google parent Alphabet <GOOGL.O> will no longer use an intellectual property licensing scheme, known as the "Double Irish, Dutch sandwich", which allowed it to delay paying U.S. taxes, 2018 tax filings show.
Alphabet, the parent company of Google, will no longer use the intellectual property licensing scheme commonly known as the "Double Irish, Dutch sandwich", according to 2018 tax filings with the Irish and Dutch governments seen by Reuters.
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