If you want to know how Alphabet’s new CEO, Sundar Pichai, will run the company you don’t need to look very far – he’s essentially been doing it for several years already.
Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are stepping down as leaders of parent company Alphabet, ending day-to-day involvement as regulators intensify scrutiny of an Internet industry the two men helped create.
After a year of tough headlines, the world’s biggest technology companies showed last week that they’re powering through, continuing to rake in cash and invest in future growth.
Apple fights the world’s biggest tax case in a quiet courtroom this week, trying to rein in the European Union’s powerful antitrust chief ahead of a potential new crackdown on Internet giants.
Google’s parent company reported a healthy rise in revenue as the technology giant published its latest financial results.
When Naspers lists in Amsterdam, it will bring with it a dual shareholding structure to match or even exceed the worst practices of tech behemoths such as Facebook or Google parent Alphabet.
The looming US antitrust investigation of Google is galvanising as many as a dozen companies to gather their longstanding complaints about the Alphabet unit and consider bringing them to the justice department.