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1. The Top 5 Google Shareholders (GOOG/GOOGL)

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The Top 5 Google Shareholders (GOOG/GOOGL)

The Top 5 Google Shareholders (GOOG/GOOGL) As of September 2016, Page owns 25,000 Class A Common Stock shares and 20 million Class C Capital Stock of company and is one of the richest people in the United States with a net worth of $46.3 billion according to Forbes. As of October 2017, he owns over 19.3 million Class C Capital Stock shares and 12,000 shares of Class A Common Stock. Currently, he is an Executive Chairman of Alphabet and owns close to 2.4 million shares of Class C Google Stock, as well as 32,947 shares of Class A stock. As of October 2016 he holds 24,003 shares of Class A Google Stock units and 353,939 Class C stock according to company’s SEC filing. As of October 2017, Google is part of Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG, NASDAQ: GOOGL) and is the world’s most-used search engine and one of the greatest entrepreneurial success stories in U. S. history. The company also issued class B shares which are only owned by insiders and are not traded on the market. The two ticker symbols for the company represent two different classes of shares, A and C. The difference between the two lies in the voting rights. The Vanguard Group owns a combined 41 million shares of Google stock, valued at $40 billion. Sundar Pichai was appointed as the new CEO of Google Inc. in October 2015. Sergey Brin is the president of Alphabet, the parent company created in 2015 to house the corporate structure for numerous other projects.


2. Top 5 Tech Earnings To Watch: IBM, Intel (INTC), eBay, Google (GOOG), Microsoft (MSFT)

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Top 5 Tech Earnings To Watch: IBM, Intel (INTC), eBay, Google (GOOG), Microsoft (MSFT)

Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC) is expected to report second-quarter EPS of 39 cents on revenue of $12.89 billion after the bell Wednesday, compared with a profit of 54 cents a share on revenue of $13.50 billion in the year-ago period, according to analysts polled by Reuters.International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE: IBM) also reports second-quarter results after the market closes Wednesday, and analysts polled by Zacks Investment Research see a profit of $3.78 a share, a rise from $3.51 per share a year ago. Revenue is expected to fall 2 percent year-over-year to $25 billion for the quarter.Analysts polled by Reuters expect eBay Inc (Nasdaq: EBAY) to report second-quarter earnings of 64 cents per share on revenue of $3.89 billion, compared with a profit of 56 cents a share on revenue of $3.40 billion in the year-ago period. After the bell Thursday, both Google and Microsoft are releasing results.Google Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOG) is forecast to report second-quarter EPS of $10.78 on revenue of $14.45 billion, compared with a profit of $10.12 a share on revenue of $9.61 billion in the year-ago period, according to Reuters.Software giant Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) is expected to report fourth-quarter EPS of 75 cents on revenue of $20.79 billion, based on Reuters estimates, compared with a profit of 67 cents a share on revenue of $18.06 billion in the year-ago period. Also on the earnings front for Wednesday, Bank of America Corp. (NYSE: BAC) reports results before the bell, while EBay Inc. (Nasdaq: EBAY) and American Express Co. (NYSE: AXP) issue results after the market closes. 


3. YouTube star Logan Paul's upcoming movie has been put on hold because of his dead body video (GOOG, GOOGL)

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YouTube star Logan Paul's upcoming movie has been put on hold because of his dead body video (GOOG, GOOGL)

YouTube confirms with Business Insider, 22-year-old YouTube star Logan Paul's next movie is getting put on hold. This following Paul's posting of a notorious video featuring a dead body. The movie was supposed to debut on the platform's YouTube Red subscription service. The movie in question is "The Thinning: New World Order." It was supposed to be the follow-up to Paul's 2016 YouTube Red original "The Thinning.


4. GOOG or GOOGL: Which Stock Do You Buy? (GOOG, GOOGL)

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GOOG or GOOGL: Which Stock Do You Buy? (GOOG, GOOGL)

GOOG or GOOGL: Which Stock Do You Buy? (GOOG, GOOGL) With 288 million A shares outstanding, and 52 million B shares, that means the B share holders get 520 million votes, or 64% of the voting power. The short answer is a stock split, but a longer one is an attempt by the co-founders of Google, Sergey Brin and Larry Page, along with company chairman Eric Schmidt, to retain as much control of the company as possible. Google plans to continue issuing C shares to finance acquisitions and reward employees, so it’s far from clear whether the market will price the C shares at larger discounts in coming years or simply bake in the current difference at a few percentage points. A shares get one vote, C shares get none and B shares get 10 votes. In part to quiet some stockholders’ objections to the original split, Google promised to compensate C class shareholders if the price of their shares fell more than 1% below those of A shares a year after the split. In March 2015 there were some 52 million B shares outstanding, but Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filings showed that Brin converted a total of 48,998 B shares to A shares towards the end of April, to be sold over a period of time. There’s little price difference between the two — as of June 2, 2017, it was $996.12 vs. $975.60, respectively — still, what gives? Google split its stock in April 2014, which created the A and C shares. There’s definitely a difference between the price of the two types of Google shares you can buy, though it is relatively small.


5. What’s the difference between Google’s GOOG and GOOGL stock tickers?

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What’s the difference between Google’s GOOG and GOOGL stock tickers?

What’s the difference between Google’s GOOG and GOOGL stock tickers? This is done through a three-class structure: Class A — Held by regular investor with regular voting rights (GOOGL) Class B — Held by the founders, and has ten times the voting power compared to Class A. The difference between Google’s GOOG and GOOGL stock tickers is that GOOG shares have no voting rights while GOOGL shares do. Often, activist investors group together and accumulate shares to press companies into enacting shareholder-friendly initiatives such as cost cutting, share buybacks and special dividends that boost stock prices. The stock split is one method that enables Brin and Page to take advantage of public-market liquidity while still retaining voting rights and not losing control of the company. Class C — No voting rights, normally held by employees and Class A stockholders (GOOG). The reason for the split between the two classes of shares was to preserve the control of founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin. When companies go public, often founders lose control of their company when too many shares are issued.


6. Has Alphabet Topped Out? (GOOGL, GOOG)

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Has Alphabet Topped Out? (GOOGL, GOOG)

Has Alphabet Topped Out? (GOOGL, GOOG) A 2015 breakout lost momentum in the first quarter of 2016, giving way to choppy sideways action, ahead of a 2017 breakout that mounted a four-year trendline of rising highs in April. However, the first leg of the downturn at $1,000 generated the highest selling volume since the fourth quarter of 2016, when the stock fell nearly 100 points in under four weeks. Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL) has rewarded institutional and retail shareholders for months, but its impressive uptrend may be coming to an end, replaced by an intermediate correction that could relinquish 200 or more points before committed buyers return in force. This marks a binary setup in which new highs will continue the uptrend while a breakdown may signal the rally’s end, ahead of a multi-month trading range or long-term top. GOOGL Short-Term Chart (2015 – 2017) A July 2015 gap ended more than a year of lagging performance, generating a two-step rally that topped out near $800 at the start of 2016. That uptick also broke long-term resistance at the rising highs, reaching $1,000, where aggressive selling pressure triggered an intermediate reversal. GOOGL Long-Term Chart (2004 – 2017) The company came public at $50 in August 2004, after adjustment for the 2014 split that created two equity classes and a new corporate identity.


7. Google’s new headphones have a universal translator feature for 40 languages — and I got to try it (GOOG, GOOGL)

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Google’s new headphones have a universal translator feature for 40 languages — and I got to try it (GOOG, GOOGL)

Google unveiledtheir new heaphones called the Pixel Buds. the wireless earbuds will cost $159, and they are designed to work with its new Pixel 2 smartphone. The ear Buds will be available for purchase in November. The ear buds have a cool feature that makes them a universal translator. The Pixel Buds will give you the ability to have conversations across 40 languages.


8. Google’s new headphones have a universal translator feature for 40 languages — and I got to try it (GOOG, GOOGL)

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Google’s new headphones have a universal translator feature for 40 languages — and I got to try it (GOOG, GOOGL)

Google unveiledtheir new heaphones called the Pixel Buds. the wireless earbuds will cost $159, and they are designed to work with its new Pixel 2 smartphone. The ear Buds will be available for purchase in November. The ear buds have a cool feature that makes them a universal translator. The Pixel Buds will give you the ability to have conversations across 40 languages.



10. 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.


11. 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).


12. Google Inc (GOOG), Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) Earnings Send Dow, S&P Falling

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Google Inc (GOOG), Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) Earnings Send Dow, S&P Falling

Google Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOG) reported second-quarter earnings of $9.56 a share, below analysts estimates of $10.78 a share, while revenue of $14.11 billion missed expectations for $14.41 billion. Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) reported fiscal fourth-quarter earnings of 66 cents a share on $19.9 billion revenue. Analysts polled by Reuters had expected the software company to report earnings of 75 cents a share on $20.73 billion in revenue. As of 10:12 a.m. Eastern, the Dow Jones industrial average dropped 20.58 points, or 0.13percent, to 15,571.96. The S&P 500 Index dropped 2.29 points, or 0.13 percent, to 1,687.34. 


13. 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.


14. Google Inc (GOOG) oorlog tegen Account kapers

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Google Inc (GOOG) oorlog tegen Account kapers

http://www.valuewalk.com/2013/02/google-inc-goog-war-against-account-hijackers/ In het licht van de vermeende recente cyber aanvallen door de Chinezen, Google Inc (NASDAQ: GOOG) zei dinsdag dat e-mail hackers zijn afkomstig van over de hele wereld en de trend lijkt te zijn op de stijging.Op dinsdag, Mike Hearn, Google Security Engineer, schreef in een corporate blog "vergeleken met vijf jaar geleden, meer scams, illegale, frauduleuze of spammy berichten vandaag komen van iemand die u kent. Hoewel spamfilters zijn zeer krachtig geworden — in Gmail, minder dan 1 procent van spam e-mails te maken in een postvak in —


15. 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.


16. Google Soft-Launches Google Body Browser (GOOG)

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Google Soft-Launches Google Body Browser (GOOG)

Google Soft-Launches Google Body Browser (GOOG)


17. Learn How to Trade Options Goldman Sachs GS Google GOOG

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Learn How to Trade Options Goldman Sachs GS Google GOOG

StockMarketFunding.com teaches you how to trade options in this example using Goldman Sachs and Google options trading strategies.


18. Google Creates Community License to Unify Android Makers (GOOG, MSFT)

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Google Creates Community License to Unify Android Makers (GOOG, MSFT)

Google Creates Community License to Unify Android Makers (GOOG, MSFT) “ We call it a community license because all members grant licenses to one another on a royalty-free basis, thereby promoting patent peace within the Android ecosystem,” the company wrote in a blogpost. In a separate blogpost, Jamie Rosenberg, vice president of business and operations, touted Android numbers (400 partner manufacturers, 500 carriers, and 4,000 devices) and stated that PAX would “further expand the openness of Android for its members.” PAX’s members have never really sued each other for patent disputes. The Mountain View company launched Android Networked Cross-License or PAX (Latin for Peace), a community license between manufacturers of Android devices that makes their collective patents available to each other minus royalties. Signatories to the patent license include prominent makes of Android phones, such as the likes of Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd (SSNLF) and HTC. According to Google, the agreement “materially reduces patent risk.” In other words, this means that members will not sue each other for using Android-related patents in their devices. Signatories to the PAX license have been the subjects of patent disputes with other companies.


19. 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.


20. Google to Revamp Policies After Clients Pull Ads (GOOG, FB)

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Google to Revamp Policies After Clients Pull Ads (GOOG, FB)

Google to Revamp Policies After Clients Pull Ads (GOOG, FB) Ronan Harris wrote that We’ve heard from our advertisers and agencies loud and clear that we can provide simpler, more robust ways to stop their ads from showing against controversial content, For example, French company Havas, which is the world’s sixth largest marketing services group and spends approximately $620 million annually on advertising, pulled its ads off Google and its video platform YouTube last month. In an interview with the Guardian, the U. K. executive director of Havas said that its stance would remain until Google delivers the standards that Havas expects. Google’s move comes after several prominent businesses and clients for its advertising solutions pulled ads off its site when the company could not reassure them that their ads would not be placed against content that was inappropriate. For its part, Google said that there was "a small number of inappropriately monetized videos and content." Alphabet Inc. (GOOG) subsidiary Google is revamping its ad policies to stop branded ads from appearing against controversial content. For example, online publications have highlighted the companies’ role in disseminating fake news as well as surfacing questionable content as search results.