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Google Faces Grilling On Ad Business Before U.S. Senate Antitrust Panel

Google's critics say it uses search to tout its shopping, mapping and other services rather than giving neutral responses. Others allege it unfairly favors its services in Android.

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Apple Revises App Store Guidelines, Loosening Some In-App Payment Rules

Apple has long barred catalogs of apps within apps but said Friday that it would allow streaming game companies to create such catalog apps.

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Google Owner Alphabet Issues Record $10 Billion Bond At Lowest-Ever Price

The $1 billion five-year tranche was issued at a coupon of 0.45%, the lowest coupon seen at that maturity since Apple Inc issued a $1.5 billion five-year note at 0.45% in 2013.

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Big Tech To Tangle With Washington Lawmakers In Antitrust Showdown

A detailed report with antitrust allegations against the four tech platforms and recommendations on how to tame their market power could be released by late summer or early fall by the committee, which has separately amassed 1.3 million documents from the companies, senior committee aides said.

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Big Tech Antitrust Probe Report From Congress Likely By Early Fall

Addressing questions about the format of the high-profile hearing, the aides said, there will be a single panel with all four CEOs attending virtually.

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Google In Talks To Invest $4 Billion In Reliance's Digital Arm: Bloomberg

Shares of Reliance pared some losses to trade down 0.7% as of 0928 GMT, while the broader market was down 1.68%.

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Google To Commit $10 Billion To India

Google has already made some direct and indirect investments in Indian startups such as local delivery app Dunzo.

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Australian Regulator Says Google's $2.1 Billion Fitbit Deal Could Harm Competition

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is the first regulator to voice concerns about the deal

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Google's New Rules Clamp Down On Discriminatory Housing, Job Ads

Google and Facebook together account for just over half of internet ad sales globally, making their policy actions influential in the industry

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US States Lean Towards Breaking Up Google's Ad Tech Business, CNBC Reports

The Justice Department and nearly all state attorneys general have opened investigations into allegations that Google has broken antitrust laws. T

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Google Faces $5 Billion Lawsuit In US For Tracking 'Private' Internet Use

Alphabet Inc unit of surreptitiously collecting information about what people view online and where they browse, despite their using what Google calls Incognito mode.

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Google Announces Company Holiday On May 22 To Stem Virus Burnout

Facebook Inc also said on Friday it would allow workers who are able to work remotely to do so until the end of 2020.

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Google Ad Sales Steady After Coronavirus Drop; Alphabet Leads Tech Share Rally

Alphabet’s first-quarter profit was $6.8 billion, or $9.87 per share, compared with the analysts’ average estimate of $7.21 billion, or $10.40 per share.

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Google To Waive Ad Serving Fees For News Publishers Amid Virus Crisis

Facebook Inc pledged $100 million in financing and advertising spending to support news organizations reeling from pressure due to the pandemic.

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Google To Slow Hiring For Rest Of 2020, CEO Tells Staff

We'll be slowing down the pace of hiring, while maintaining momentum in a small number of strategic areas

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