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Google parent Alphabet, Inc. reported pretty solid profits, snubbing low-water mark Wall Street targets with 23% revenue growth in Q1. The better-than-expected performance also got a multibillion-dollar boost from the company’s investments in Uber Technologies, Airbnb and other startups. Alphabet’s net profit jumped 73% to $9.4 billion in the first quarter, up from $5.4 billion in the same period last year. The earnings growth is the strongest since the firm’s fourth quarter of 2009. The strong performance highlights the company’s h...
Google executive roll-call seems to be increasing day-by-day. Rick Osterloh, the former president of Motorola, is now the new Senior Vice President at Google, and will be returning to running the streamlined hardware line. Osterloh’s new responsibilities include managing ATAP (responsible for modular smartphones -Project Ara and Project Tango), Google X Lab, the semi-secret facility that recently lost its chief, Regina Duna to Facebook. There’s more on his plate. Osterloh will also be working with Android chief Hiroshi Lockheimer t...
The trimmed down search giant Google’s rein was decided to be taken over by Sundar Pichai, following the recent transition of the search giant into new parent company Alphabet. Now, as the newly promoted CEO has taken over the role, there remain so many challenges ahead of him, which he needs to figure out and prove himself. The new CEO of Google has started to settle down himself for his role in the company by promoting key personnel. It seems that the ‘Don’t be Evil’ company has been biased towards the workers with a stronger as...
Friday afternoon, Google officially reincarnated into Alphabet its parent company. Not only did the company bid adieu to its former name, but it also ditched the age-old, “Don’t be evil” well-known motto, replacing it with, “Do the right thing.” The new parent company, Alphabet, has drafted a new set of protocols and code of conduct, and posted yesterday in the afternoon for employees. The famous quote was absent from the post, which gave the clear idea of the replacement. The codes of conduct are remarkably different from the pred...
In the world of the most powerful technology companies, Google just announced publicly traded new parent company that will house all of its divergent businesses; it will be known as Alphabet Inc. The company will be run by co-founders of Google Larry Page and Sergey Brin, Eventually Google will evolve in as ancillary of Alphabet with top Google executive Sundar Pichai as its brand new CEO. The founders wanted to come up with something accountable and cleaner. The following news is seems to have Wall Street taken by surprise as a...