by Glenn CHAPMAN Shares in Google’s parent company Alphabet sank Tuesday after the internet giant reported that earnings in the recently ended quarter missed market
Google’s parent firm Alphabet announced quarterly profits Tuesday that beat expectations and nearly doubled in 2021 — after a booming holiday season for the online
by Glenn CHAPMAN Google’s parent company Alphabet announced profits Tuesday that jumped to $18.9 billion, even as the online colossus faces increased regulatory pressure and
US anti-trust regulators signalled Wednesday greater scrutiny of Big Tech giants’ smaller acquisitions, a potential new avenue in efforts to curb the dominance of the
Google parent Alphabet on Tuesday reported quarterly profit that had nearly tripled, as money poured in from ads on its search engine and YouTube video platform.
GCash is going beyond being a mere mobile wallet to becoming a platform and payment channel for users looking to access a wide range of financial products and services.
Google-parent Alphabet on Monday confirmed that it is delaying the return of workers to its offices until at least September 2021 and is testing “flexible work weeks” for the longer term.
Google-parent Alphabet said Thursday its profit climbed to $11.2 billion in the latest quarter, beating expectations, as ad spending rebounded after being hit by the pandemic.
Alphabet on Friday announced moves to address sexual misconduct at Google and its other operating divisions, putting in place changes worked out to settle a lawsuit filed by shareholders.
Google on Monday unveiled a new. more affordable Pixel smartphone and said it would launch models tailored for super-fast 5G networks later this year.