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Organisers of the successful Google employee walkout are now calling on the rest of the tech industry to take up their cause

The big tech stocks just lost $141 billion in market value. That's enough to buy McDonald's.

The man who predicted that Amazon would buy Whole Foods now expects the tech giant will soon be the world's fastest-growing healthcare company

Waymo announced two major executive hires as it races to launch a commercial self-driving car service

Alphabet chairman admits Google will have to break its core values if it wants to launch a search engine in China

Google just named a former Oracle exec as the head of its giant cloud business

Waymo's first commercial self-driving rides could happen as soon as December: Report

Here's what it's really like interning at Google

It's become increasingly clear that Alphabet, Google's parent company, needs new leadership

Google's famous Googleplex headquarters was the epicentre for its worldwide walkout over gender discrimination — here's what it was like on the scene

The FAANG stocks are flirting with their best day in almost 3 years

An executive with Google's parent company resigns with no severance after sexual misconduct allegations come to light

We compared Google Search with Bing and DuckDuckGo to find the best search engine out there — and the race was closer than we expected

Google's Q3 revenue was just shy of Wall Street but investors are showing no mercy

There's a battle brewing over Google's $1 billion high-tech neighbourhood, and it could have major privacy implications for cities

Google CEO Sundar Pichai says employee protests against the company's work with US military had little impact on management: 'We don't run the company by referendum'

Google’s recent behaviour shows it has abandoned its vow to not 'be evil'

Revealed: The draft of a White House order that could trigger an antitrust and bias investigation for Google and Facebook

Why Alphabet just led a $185 million investment round in a trucking startup

Larry Page once led a Google project that would shoot bicyclists 56 km down a glass tube, from its headquarters to San Francisco