Alphabet unit Google could face its biggest regulatory threat, with EU antitrust regulators set to open a formal investigation into its lucrative digital advertising business before the end of the year, said people familiar with the matter.
Waymo co-CEOs Tekedra Mawakana and Dmitri Dolgov said the fresh capital will help Alphabet's autonomous vehicle unit advance its self-driving technology, Waymo Driver, and continue growing its team.
Google announced on Monday that YouTube would stop accepting bookings for its prominent masthead ad spot from certain content categories, including political ads and prescription drugs.
Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost filed a lawsuit this week seeking to classify Google as a public utility in the state due to its internet search dominance.
Google’s critics have said for years that it should be treated like a public utility. On Tuesday, Ohio’s attorney general filed a lawsuit asking a judge to rule that the search company is one.
Alphabet Inc.’s Google agreed to pay French regulators a fine of nearly $270 million, settling one of the first antitrust cases globally that allege the tech company abused its leading role in the digital advertising sector.
Big Tech may face some of the most significant impact of a proposed 15% minimum corporate tax rate that members of the Group of Seven, or G7, meeting in London agreed to support on Saturday.
Google has removed its former head of global diversity strategy after a 14-year-old blog post resurfaced that some deemed to be anti-Semitic.
Sen. Cory Booker is calling on Google's parent company to conduct a "racial equity audit" that he says is necessary to identify "harmful" racial bias baked into the technology of its products.
The largest rabbinic public policy organization in America is calling on Google to replace staffer Kamau Bobb over a 2007 blog post the group characterized as “deeply disturbing” and “viciously anti-Semitic.”
A Google staffer named Kamau Bobb made comments on his personal blog in the past about the Jewish community that have come under renewed scrutiny this week over their potential anti-Semitic nature.
The tech giant said it will update its financial products and services policy in August to "clarify the scope and requirements to allow the advertisement of cryptocurrency related business and services."
Select customers on the Coinbase Card's waitlist will become eligible to earn up to 4% back in crypto rewards on purchases starting this week.
Employees at Amazon, Google and Apple have voiced support for Palestinians in public posts and letters and are asking their employers to do the same.
Microsoft said it plans to largely retire its Internet Explorer browser, adding to the digital scrap heap a product once at the center of one of the tech industry’s biggest battles.
Google Workspace VP and general manager Javier Soltero on demand for Meet during the coronavirus pandemic and remote work.
A new feature to Google Docs will soon be prompting users to write in more gender-neutral terms.
They’re among the world’s wealthiest men, they run the world’s most influential tech companies – and nerdy backgrounds haven’t hampered their nightlives.
Big Tech and top chipmakers have formed a new lobbying group that is seeking government chip manufacturing subsidies.
A spokesperson for the tech giant confirmed to FOX Business on Wednesday that it expects about 20% of its workforce will be permanently allowed to telecommute, while another 20% will work in new office locations and the other 60% will work on site for a few days per week.