Google is finally showing results from heavy investments in areas beyond search, with notable inroads in the mobile, video and display markets and new chief executive Larry Page setting social networking as a top priority

Google tells MPs: ‘We are paying 20% tax’

Tech group answers questions on £130m HMRC deal


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A portfolio of just the leading stock by market cap would have performed surprisingly well
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Little to get excited about on costs or segment reporting but Google’s revenues are another matter
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It does not take much to make the search company’s shareholders feel warm and fuzzy

Google extends ‘right to be forgotten’

Move applies to all versions of search engine accessed from EU

Google passes driverless cars barrier

US regulator says a robot could meet legal definition of a driver

Google’s Pichai lands $199m share award

Figure tops pay of any other US chief executive last year

Google pushes further into virtual reality

New headset to take on Facebook’s Oculus in latest platform war

Robot typing on conceptual keyboard

Google AI guru to lead search algorithms

John Giannandrea’s appointment signals internet technology change

France vows to tax Google more than UK

Finance minister Sapin says tax authorities will not negotiate

Alphabet driven by core internet business

Google holding group becomes world’s most valuable company as it shows progress in mobile shift

Alphabet eyes most valuable company crown

Google owner overtakes Apple as it details $3.6bn ‘moonshot’ cost

Google investors await ‘moonshot’ details

Wall St set to turn blind eye to sizeable losses in non-internet businesses

How 6-year Google saga ended in uproar

£130m tax deal Osborne called a ‘major success’ has come under fire

EU to examine Google’s UK tax deal

Concerns raised that agreement constitutes illegal state aid

Google faces tax headaches across Europe

Technology group yet to settle cases in France and Italy

Google machine beats human

Go champion’s defeat a ‘milestone in artificial intelligence’

Cameron hits back over Google tax deal

Labour government had worse record on extracting taxes, says PM

Google and Apple hit back on EU tax deals

Call for Brussels’ probe could drag antitrust chief into row

Experts probe Google UK tax payment

Settlement raises questions about how much Treasury gets

Tax specialists say Google deal is opaque

Experts demand more details be made public

Backlash builds against Google tax deal

Downing Street distances itself from Osborne’s ‘major success’

MPs question Google’s £130m tax deal

Claims that US tech group got off too lightly