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Expedia departures, TikTok’s difficult dance. what political parties know about you
Alphabet share price ticks up as analysts forecast reduced spending on ‘moonshots’
Sundar Pichai will also take on chief executive position at tech holding company
Co-founder’s annual letter says developments have brought ‘new responsibilities’
Move ends 17-year triumvirate with Page and Brin that drove Google growth
Welcome to Swamp Notes, our newsletter on Money and Power in Trump’s America
Companies are exploring ways to speak out, whether on moral or business grounds
The battle to attract talent has led to a sort of arms race for office perks — and three free meals a day is considered normal
Silicon Valley fears vilification like bankers for prospering at expense of everyman
The science suggests that we are not born blank slates, however much we wish it were otherwise
American groups in sights of governance lobbyists over need to refresh directors
Year after Google’s parent unveiled transformation — and new name — key decisions have yet to be made
Set against fellow New York billionaires, he seems little more than a hustler, writes Michael Moritz
US group may have the money for moonshots but does it have the discipline?
Google holding group becomes world’s most valuable company as it shows progress in mobile shift
Hotel group’s late chief prioritised satisfaction of prestigious clientele over shareholder value
A family office must be a mixture of venture capitalist and wealth manager
Companies such as Google may scorn officialdom, but being seen as nasty is bad for their business
Under the Alphabet umbrella, the internet group seeks to distinguish the visionary from the wacky
Reorganisation creates a personnel mess but could help reveal the power of core business
The founder of 23andMe may be an outsider in Washington DC but is royalty in Silicon Valley
Even fervent defenders of free markets think top pay is out of control
Being a business creator rather than merely a discoverer was the key to making the shortlist