|Bid||1,133.07 x 900|
|Ask||1,134.00 x 800|
|Day's Range||1,129.65 - 1,136.52|
|52 Week Range||970.11 - 1,289.27|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.99|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||28.43|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||1,275.00|
Tinder is exploring a different approach to fighting app store fees \\-- it'ssimply ignoring what the store operators want
President Trump eased the Huawei ban on June 28. Since then, investors have been closely monitoring how US officials implement the policy change.
This is the second high-profile age discrimination lawsuit that the Alphabet Inc.-owned search engine has faced — the first was in 2004 and was settled out of court.
Facebook, Amazon and Google report earnings in late July. What more could an investor ask for? Here are three key facts.
Congress, with some goading from their competitors, appears eager to apply antitrust enforcement to Facebook (FB) , Apple (AAPL) , Google (GOOG)(GOOGL) and (AMZN) (FAGA). This would be a terrible misuse of the law for market-dominance problems that emerging technologies will resolve and for privacy and security issues where bigness contributes little. To put one complaint aside — the increasing size of American tech companies has not caused stagnant wages.
As the parent company of Google nears its fiscal second quarter results on July 25, the chorus of disapproval over its evasive reporting policy has risen on Wall Street.
On July 18, New York Fed President John Williams's speech increased the Fed rate cut probability. He highlighted the importance of the Fed acting quickly.
FaceApp has gone viral again with a feature that makes users look elderly, but experts say it may pose security concerns.
A reputation-repair program for a prominent person convicted of criminal wrongdoing can easily cost more than $100,000.
Amid all the talk of antitrust, government regulation and cryptocurrency plans, it might be nice for Big Tech just to focus on earnings this week — unless they are bad, of course.
Apple, Inc. and Microsoft Corporation dominate the intersection of technology and consumer access. Even though they are competitors, each firm takes a different approach from an organizational and philosophical perspective.
Criticism of Big Tech is intensifying. Amid the hubbub, the resignation of Google’s Meredith Whittaker was less noticed, but still significant. Ms Whittaker, a Google artificial intelligence researcher, was a leader of protests inside the company last year.
Under Satya Nadella and CFO Amy Hood, Microsoft has managed to grow bigger than all of its mega-cap tech rivals without the slightest whiff of scandal.
Google has to pay the FTC a multimillion dollar fine to settle a probe intoYouTube's shortcomings when it comes to protecting kids using its service,according to The Washington Post
(Bloomberg) -- Google agreed to pay $11 million to end a lawsuit accusing the internet giant of discriminating against older job applicants, a deal that amounts to an average payout of more than $35,000 for 227 people who joined the class action.The settlement also calls for the Alphabet Inc. unit to train employees and managers about age bias, to create a committee focused on age diversity in recruiting and to ensure that complaints are adequately investigated.Lawyers for the company and attorneys representing the over-40 job seekers who sued submitted a final settlement proposal Friday to a federal judge in San Jose, California. Lawyers will collect about $2.75 million from the accord.The case was brought by a woman who claimed she was interviewed by Google four times over seven years and was never offered employment despite her “highly pertinent qualifications and programming experience” because of her age. Cheryl Fillekes accused the company of “a systematic pattern and practice of discriminating” against older people.“Age discrimination is an issue that needs to be addressed in the tech industry, and we’re very pleased that we were able to obtain a fair settlement for our clients in this case,” Daniel Low, a lawyer for Fillekes, said in an email.Google denied the allegations, saying that Fillekes and other job seekers she cited as examples didn’t demonstrate the technical aptitude required for the job, even though they were found by staff interviewers to be “Googley” enough to be a good fit for the company.The company said it still denies that it intentionally discriminated against Fillekes, or any of the other plaintiffs, because of their age. It says it has strong policies in place against discrimination, including age discrimination.The case is Heath v. Google Inc., 15-cv-01824, U.S. District Court, Northern District of California (San Jose).(Updates with Google’s position in last paragraph)To contact the reporter on this story: Robert Burnson in San Francisco at firstname.lastname@example.orgTo contact the editors responsible for this story: David Glovin at email@example.com, Peter Blumberg, Joe SchneiderFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
Introduced a few I/Os back, Fast Pair is Google’s attempt to make its own markon the post-AirPod headphone landscape
Google reportedly will pay a fine for violating federal data privacy laws relating to children and their use of YouTube.
The Stadia Founder's Edition launches in November, but Google has said it "is not Netflix for games." In a Reddit AMA, product director Andrey Doronichev said Stadia is more like PlayStation Plus or Games with Gold. He also addressed what happens if Google Stadia shuts down.