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1. Google Releases Diversity Report (GOOG, AAPL)

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Google Releases Diversity Report (GOOG, AAPL)

Google Releases Diversity Report (GOOG, AAPL) In contrast, Asian workers made the most significant advances at Google by garnering 39% of all tech roles within the company, a 4% increase from the previous year’s figures. Eileen Naughton wrote that While we’ve made progress in recent years for both women and people of color, there are areas for improvement across the board, For example, Apple Inc. (AAPL​) already had a 32% female workforce last year, while Uber Technologies, Inc. – a startup that has been accused of sexism in its work culture – had a workforce that is 36% female. Alphabet Inc. (GOOG) subsidiary Google may be impatient in its march toward a techno-utopia, but the company is making slow advances in its progress toward diversity. In a report released yesterday, the Mountain View, California-based company revealed that representation of females and minorities, such as blacks and hispanics, increased by 1% within its ranks. A McKinsey study released last year showed that companies in the top quartile for racial and ethnic diversity are 35% more likely to have financial returns above their respective national industry medians. Google also appointed a new diversity officer yesterday – Danielle Brown from Intel Corporation (INTC).


2. Uber Releases Diversity Report (AAPL, GOOG)

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Uber Releases Diversity Report (AAPL, GOOG)

Uber Releases Diversity Report (AAPL, GOOG) (See also: Uber to Change Culture and Present Diversity Report.) For context, Apple Inc. (AAPL) reported that female employees accounted for 32 percent of its total, and Alphabet Inc. (GOOG) subsidiary Google noted that females made up 31 percent of its overall workforce in 2015. Google stated that 59 percent of its employees were white, while a reported 56 percent of Apple employees were white in 2015. In a bid to improve its public image, embattled ride-sharing app Uber Technologies Inc. released its first diversity report yesterday, calling it a "clear-eyed assessment of where we stand and our plans to improve going forward." (See also: Sexism Charges Bring Uber’s Toxic Culture to Fore.)


3. Google Unveils Design for New Headquarters in London (GOOG, AAPL)

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Google Unveils Design for New Headquarters in London (GOOG, AAPL)

Google Unveils Design for New Headquarters in London (GOOG, AAPL) The Mountain View, California-based company’s new campus, which is designed by noted architects Thomas Heatherwick and Bjarke Ingels, will have 11 storeys, occupy 1 million square feet of space and house 7,000 employees in the heart of London, near the famous King’s Cross station. "The area is a fascinating collision of diverse building types and spaces and I can’t help but love this mix of massive railway stations, roads, canals and other infrastructure all layered up into the most connected point in London," added Heatherwick. "By opening up the ground floor and activating the roofscape, the light and airy workspaces are sandwiched between the terraced gardens on the roof – and market halls, auditoria and shops on the ground," the architects responsible for the design stated. The building will be called the "landscraper" (because of its length) and will incorporate a cafe, gym and a rooftop track as well as retail spaces on the ground floor. As tech companies emerge at the vanguard of a new business paradigm, they are building offices that are indicative of their ambitions and a work ethos that combines their employees’ professional and personal lives. The London facility will be Google’s second wholly owned building after its Mountain View campus.


4. Apple Inc (AAPL), Google Inc (GOOG) May Face New Challenge In Cloud Computing From Nero

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Apple Inc (AAPL), Google Inc (GOOG) May Face New Challenge In Cloud Computing From Nero

Nero AG’s Product Evangelist Stefano Miotto discusses the convergence of content on smart phones, tablets, the cloud and PCs, and how the company will rival tech giants, such as Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) and Google Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOG). Miotto also speaks on the future of the PC and its relevancy in the age of increasingly sophisticated mobile technology.


5. Setback for Google As Huawei Builds AI Assistant (GOOG, AAPL)

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Setback for Google As Huawei Builds AI Assistant (GOOG, AAPL)

Setback for Google As Huawei Builds AI Assistant (GOOG, AAPL) A Bloomberg report this morning states that Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei, which uses Google’s Android operating system for its phones, is developing its own voice-activated AI assistant. This is the second such announcement after Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd (SSNLF), which also uses Google’s mobile operating system in its phones, announced its own digital assistant last year. The assistant underpins the company’s AI strategy, which consists of installing Google Assistant across multiple brands and smart devices – from smart speakers to wearable tech to mobile phones. (See also: Google Sold 1 Million Pixel Phones Last Quarter.) Google launched Google Assistant with its Pixel phones last October.


6. The Bull Market May Be Broader Than Apple, Google (SPX, AAPL, GOOG)

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The Bull Market May Be Broader Than Apple, Google (SPX, AAPL, GOOG)

The Bull Market May Be Broader Than Apple, Google (SPX, AAPL, GOOG) Data: Wall Street Journal, June 5 Tech stocks have been the buzzword among investors in 2017, with the technology heavy semiconductor ETF (SMH) up 22% on the year through Monday, far ahead of the S&P 500. Perhaps most important, nearly half of the stocks in the S&P 500 have beat the benchmark index this year, according to the Journal. "We think that the breadth of market performance has been sufficiently diffuse to allay investor fears of narrow performance," equity strategists at Morgan Stanley told clients in a note this week, according to the Journal. The credit that investors have given the big tech stocks for driving the overall market may have outstripped even these stocks’ undeniably large role. The fact that 70% of the stocks in the S&P 500 are trading above their 200-day moving averages indicates that the vast majority of the index is showing technical indicators of strength. Also, the market’s advance-decline line, a key measure of health, has continued to hit new highs this year, according to the Journal’s Market Data Group. Some analysts quoted by CNBC say tech stocks still play far too big a role in the market’s rise. The present stock market rally is much broader than many investors think - and it goes well beyond big-name techs.


7. White And Male, Google Releases Diversity Data

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White And Male, Google Releases Diversity Data

Google's workforce is mostly made up of white men, a situation the tech giant says it's trying to change. On Wednesday Google released statistics documenting the diversity of its workforce for the first time, responding to escalating pressure on the technology industry to hire more minorities and women. The numbers show 70 percent of the people working at the search giant are men, and 61 percent of the workers are white.


8. How Domino Stock Has Risen over 2000% since 2010 (DPZ,AAPL,GOOG)

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How Domino Stock Has Risen over 2000% since 2010  (DPZ,AAPL,GOOG)

How Domino Stock Has Risen over 2000% since 2010 (DPZ,AAPL,GOOG) In fact, during that period the Domino’s stock has done better than Amazon Inc. (AMZN) up 647%, Google Inc. (GOOG) up 235%, Apple Inc. (AAPL) up 463% and Netflix (NFLX) up 2374%. In late December 2009, they released an ad campaign where they took responsibility for a product that was of sub-par quality and told the public that they had been working on improving what they have to offer. (Related: Domino’s Gives Us Another New Way to Order a Pizza) For them, honesty did prove to be the best policy and it paid off impressively when it comes to performance in the stock market. Find the best broker for your trading or investing needs Domino Pizza Inc.’s (DPZ), the Ann Arbor, Michigan-based pizza chain, has seen a meteoric share price growth since Jan. 1, 2010. But the way the ad campaign was executed and supported with improved options for customers to order started the takeoff of a commercial strategic success They used technology to offer customers a myriad of ways to order comfortably and this was another reason why they went from struggle to success. In 2009, Domino’s had a 9% share in the pizza restaurant market which increased to a 15% share in 2016, according to NPD Crest. Their new chain restaurants offer a nice environment where customers can sit down and eat their pizza.


9. Apple au-dessus des 500 dollars pour la première fois

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Apple au-dessus des 500 dollars pour la première fois

Ouverture New York 13/02/12 L'action Apple a franchi pour la première fois de son histoire le cap des 500 dollars lundi matin, six mois après avoir dépassé le seuil des 400 dollars.


10. Uber Employees Want Kalanick Back (TWTR, AAPL)

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Uber Employees Want Kalanick Back (TWTR, AAPL)

Uber Employees Want Kalanick Back (TWTR, AAPL) Travis wrote that Nearly everyone I’ve spoken with has an amazing story about how Travis motivated them to do their best work; how he made them believe they could be greater than the sum of their parts; how he had their back even in moments of doubt; even when it came at his expense, According to a news report in tech publication Recode, over 1,000 Uber employees have signed a petition on an internal site asking the board to reinstate Kalanick in an operational role. Travis Kalanick may have lost the support of Uber Technologies, Inc.’s investors and board members, but his standing with the company’s employees remains firm. (See also: Uber CEO Travis Kalanick Resigns.) The petition link is contained in an employee email, which states that Kalanick can become the kind of leader that the ride-sharing company needs. Even as senior executives exited the company, it was hit by a lawsuit from Alphabet Inc. (GOOG) subsidiary Waymo alleging that Uber’s self-driving car unit stole critical technology from Waymo.


11. Stock Market Timing Television

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Stock Market Timing Television

http://www.stockmarkettimingtelevision.com/ Sign up Today. Free Daily Stock Market Newsletter – Each day at this time, Stephen Whiteside of theuptrend.com takes a look at the S&P 500, NASDAQ, Crude Oil, Gold VIX, SOX, S&P Bank Index, PHLX Gold/Silver, 30 Year Bonds, US$, Natural Gas. For more information please visit http://www.theuptrend.com


12. Le premier Google Store de New York va ouvrir le 1er mai à Soho

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Le premier Google Store de New York va ouvrir le 1er mai à Soho

13/03/14 Google va ouvrir son premier magasin dédié à New York le 1er mai à quelques pas seulement de l'Apple Store de Soho.


13. Apple Set to Begin Manufacturing in India (AAPL, GOOG)

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Apple Set to Begin Manufacturing in India (AAPL, GOOG)

Apple Set to Begin Manufacturing in India (AAPL, GOOG) The move to manufacture in India will help bring down average costs for iPhones in a country that promises great potential as a market for smartphones but whose consumers are cost conscious and avoid Apple’s costly phones in favor of cheaper competitors that use Alphabet Inc. (GOOG) subsidiary Google’s Android mobile operating system. According to a report in The Wall Street Journal, the Cupertino, California-based company will begin making its iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s models at a plant near Bangalore, India’s Silicon Valley, within the next four to six weeks. The Journal report cites a written submission to parliament from India’s trade minister in which she said that the Indian government has not yet "accepted most of the demands of the iPhone manufacturer." TW), the Taiwanese company subcontracted by Apple for manufacturing in India, as saying that "all preparations have been done for launching Apple’s first phase project in Bangalore through Wistron." However, it ran into problems when Indian officials reportedly "balked" at Apple’s list of demands. (See also: Indian Officials ’Balked’ at Apple’s Demands: Reuters.) Per the latest figures, Apple’s phones have less than 5% share of India’s smartphone market. For its part, Apple restricted itself to saying that that it has been working hard to "develop" its operations in India. Apple has similar relationships with state officials in China, where the customs clearing facility is situated right outside the company’s manufacturing plant.


14. Apple Loses Ground in K-12 Market (AAPL, GOOG)

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Apple Loses Ground in K-12 Market (AAPL, GOOG)

Apple Loses Ground in K-12 Market (AAPL, GOOG) Mike Fisher said that With rumors swirling in the technology press (not confirmed by Microsoft) about a potential new OS offering ’Cloud OS,’ a stripped back, simplified OS, designed specifically for cloud with education in mind, would ’square the dots’ on other recent moves Microsoft has made in education (in particular launching $189 devices), In contrast, Microsoft’s Windows saw its revenue edge up to $2.5 billion in 2016 from $2.1 billion in 2015, and Google’s Chrome devices recorded revenue of $1.9 billion, up from $1.4 billion. Apple’s operating systems – MacOS and iOS, which run on its MacBook computers and iPads, respectively – accounted for 19% of total devices shipped to classrooms in 2016, down from 25% in the previous year. Microsoft Corporation (MSFT), the other big player in the K-12 education space, held steady at a 22% total market share in the classroom. According to the latest statistics by research firm FutureSource Consulting, Apple Inc. (AAPL) has fallen further behind Alphabet Inc. (GOOG) subsidiary Google in the K-12 classroom. According to the Times, Apple’s sales in the educational market declined to $2.8 billion in 2016 from about $3.2 billion in 2015. In contrast, iPads are available only through Apple salespeople, and iPads are relatively expensive compared with Chromebooks. The decline in Apple’s market share occurred even as the total number of devices shipped to K-12 schools increased by 17.8% to 12.6 million. The entirety of that increase went to ChromeOS, the operating system that runs on Google’s Chromebooks, whose share jumped by 8% to reach 58%. (See also: Apple iPad Pro Sales Better Than Tablet Performance.)


15. Les valeurs à suivre à Wall Street: Google, Apple et Oracle

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Les valeurs à suivre à Wall Street: Google, Apple et Oracle

12/04/12 Le moteur de recherche doit publier ses résultats trimestriels après la clôture de Wall St; Apple tente de trouver une solution au virus FlashBack, qui exploite une faille du logiciel Java d'Oracle.


16. Google se renfoce à son tour dans la musique

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Google se renfoce à son tour dans la musique

Après Apple qui a racheté Beats il y a quelques semaines, c'est désormais au tour de Goggle de faire des acquisitions dans le domaine de la musique. Le géant de l'internet met la main sur Songza.


17. Coup de froid sur les valeurs technologiques américaines

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Coup de froid sur les valeurs technologiques américaines

27/03/14 Les valeurs technologiques reprennent leur souffle sur les marchés américains. Un mouvement qui montre que les marchés savent rasion garder.


18. Caterpillar Bulldozes Tax Code Like Apple, Google & Facebook, Senators Allege

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Caterpillar Bulldozes Tax Code Like Apple, Google & Facebook, Senators Allege

Caterpillar sidestepped $2.4 billion in U.S. taxes over 13 years by shifting profits to Switzerland, claims a report by the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigation. Senator Carl Levin grilled execs and PricewaterhouseCoopers accountants over Caterpillar’s offshore move of 85% of its parts sales. Most of Caterpillar’s parts business remains in the U.S., including employees and execs, the report says. Only 65 of over 8,000 parts employees are in Switzerland, claims Sen.


19. Apple Set to Introduce Business Chat on iMessage (AAPL, GOOG)

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Apple Set to Introduce Business Chat on iMessage (AAPL, GOOG)

Apple Set to Introduce Business Chat on iMessage (AAPL, GOOG) Apple announced iMessage Apps last year, a feature that allowed developers to build third-party experiences inside iMessage. While it already dominates the consumer products market, Apple has increasingly targeted business users of its products in its search for new growth avenues. According to a report in online publication Techcrunch, Apple Inc. (AAPL) is planning to release a business version of its messaging platform iMessage tomorrow. Apple and International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) also announced a partnership back in 2014 for enterprise sales. Last year, the company released chatbots that integrate artificial intelligence into messaging to provide custom automated responses. The iPad Pro, which the company released last year, has done brisk sales. "Customers can find your business and start conversations from Safari, Maps, Spotlight, and Siri," the description reads. However, the new iMessage integration seems to be targeted at small businesses and large corporations alike. As part of the partnership, IBM would use its sales channel to promote Apple products.


20. Apple plus grosse capitalisation boursière mondiale

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Apple plus grosse capitalisation boursière mondiale

Selon PWC, Apple arrive en tête du classement des plus grosses capitalisations boursières mondiales devant Google et Exxon-Mobil.