Three women have filed a class-action suit against Google parent Alphabet claiming gender discrimination.
The EU has unveiled a proposal to overhaul how multinational tech giants are taxed in the 28-nation bloc to prevent the companies from exploiting tax loopholes. The move is likely to exacerbate global trade tensions.
Shares in the Swedish music-streaming platform made a strong market debut on Wall Street, opening at $165.90 — well above the reference price of $132 a share and valuing the company's equity at about $29 billion.
For computer scientist Hany Farid, developing image analysis tools that can stop illegal content online is not enough. He says we all need to take responsibility, not least the companies that lobby and lie hard.
The 62-year-old who was brought on as a mature hand for the infant Google in 2001 has announced his resignation from parent company Alphabet. Schmidt will remain on the board in an advisory capacity.
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