Google Antitrust Case: AG Xavier Becerra Says California To Join Federal LawsuitCalifornia is seeking to join the Justice Department in its antitrust lawsuit against Google parent Alphabet Inc., one of the state's largest businesses.
Google Unveils More Details About Massive Downtown San Jose DevelopmentNew plans released by Google on Thursday show how the company plans to transform the area around the Diridon Station in downtown San Jose.
Report: Eric Schmidt, Who Led Google to Dominance, Has Left CompanyEric Schmidt, who drove Google's transformation from Silicon Valley start-up to global titan, is no longer an adviser to the search giant and its parent Alphabet. Schmidt left his role in February, according to a person familiar with the situation.
YouTube Advertising A $15B Business, Google Parent Discloses For First TimeAlphabet for the first time disclosed the size of various business units within Google, including YouTube advertising.
Google Owner Alphabet Now Worth $1 TrillionThe exclusive $1 trillion club on Wall Street just got a new member.
Google Falls Short On Third-Quarter ProfitGoogle parent company Alphabet reported mixed third-quarter results Monday, beating analyst expectations for revenue but falling short on profits.
Waymo Ramps Up Self-Driving Car Testing In South BayAlphabet's self-driving technology unit Waymo showed off some of its safety features to Bay Area law enforcement agencies Wednesday as the company expands its driverless car testing area in the South Bay.
Google Parent Company Alphabet Stock Slides Despite Strong 4Q EarningsGoogle parent company Alphabet beat Wall Street expectations for its fourth quarter earnings Monday, although its stock slid in after-hours trading.
Shareholder Suit Accuses Google Of Covering Up Sexual Harassment By ExecsA shareholder sued the board of Google Inc.’s parent company, Alphabet Inc., in San Mateo County Superior Court Thursday for allegedly tolerating and covering up sexual harassment by senior executives.
Stocks Tumble Below 23,000; Twitter Falls More Than 11 PercentThe Dow continued its tumble Thursday, dropping below 23,000 at one point as several tech giants including San Francisco-based Twitter were hit hard by the sell-off.
Wall Street Unlikes Silicon Valley Tech GiantsWall Street has suddenly soured on Silicon Valley and the rest of tech, triggering a stomach-churning downturn in a turbulent October.