The Google parent breached $2-trillion in market value for the first time on Monday, fuelled by digital ads and cloud services.
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The rally in tech shares has taken the number of people with fortunes of more than $100-billion to eight.
India’s richest man surged past Silicon Valley tech titan Elon Musk as well as Google co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page to become the world’s sixth-richest person.
Toyota is making a $394-million investment in Joby Aviation, one of the handful of companies with the seemingly implausible goal of making electric air taxis that shuttle people over gridlocked highways and city streets.
Google’s idealistic history increases the burden on its executives to bring along reluctant employees as it adopts more conventional corporate practices. It’s not going to be easy as tensions boil over.
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.
Aerospace firm Boeing has announced plans to work on self-flying taxis with an American start-up backed by Google co-founder Larry Page.
Eric Schmidt, the former CEO of Google and one of the largest stakeholders in parent company Alphabet, will step down from Alphabet’s board in June.
Flying cars! So futuristic! A world in which they’re buzzing around the skies must be dazzling — like a Popular Mechanics feature come to life! Well, yeah. About that.