The consumer economy, in particular.
Google’s parent company, Alphabet, plans a 20-1 stock split. Similar moves have become rare, and some experts question their usefulness.
The deal could include voice-recognition software, mapping apps and other digital tools to improve the drive-thru experience.
Axios reporter Margaret Harding McGill breaks down the antitrust bills moving through the House of Representatives.
The Supreme Court's ruling that Google's use of Java was "transformative use" has some in the entertainment world worried.
CEO Sundar Pichai says the expansion plan is part of the company's efforts to diversify its workforce racially and geographically.
Alphabet finished 2020 strong despite facing three antitrust lawsuits.
Google’s demands continue a long tradition of unions advocating for social justice.
This union's main aim is to support employee activism, rather than negotiate a contract.
The lawsuit said Google illegally leveraged its power in advertising to squash competitors and overcharge for its services.