The last time Google was more valuable than Apple was in February 2010, when both companies were worth less than $200 billion.» Read More
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I'm nominating Google, says CNBC's Jim Cramer, taking a look at three top tech contenders, including Alphabet, Amazon,and Microsoft. Since Ruth Porat came to town, Google is no longer "Animal House," says Cramer.
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Roadie is a community of people that help each other out, CEO Mark Gorlin said, and it's already had 7,500 downloads in three weeks.
Google is a massive company loaded with smart people, but high-profile departures are adding up. The latest is Senior Vice President Alan Eustace.
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Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt says Amazon's search proficiency takes eyeballs away from their platform. CNBC's Jim Cramer and David Faber discuss if Amazon is a significant threat to Google.
Eric Schmidt dismisses Tim Cook's claims that Google sells personal data to advertisers.
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Eric Schmidt, Google executive chairman, discuss the company's antitrust issues with the EU. The process is slow going but are working on it, says Schmidt.
Eric Schmidt, Google executive chairman, weighs in on Tim Cook's comments about privacy.
Eric Schmidt, Google executive chairman, and Jonathan Rosenberg, advisor to Larry Page, reveal where they see the next big opportunities.
Eric Schmidt, Google executive chairman, and Jonathan Rosenberg, advisor to Larry Page, reveal how the tech giant views innovation and competition.
Chief Business Officer Nikesh Arora is leaving the company, which financial analysts said is a significant loss for the search giant.
How the leaders who sparked the biggest changes in business over the last 25 years continue to find success.
Google's executive chairman Eric Schmidt ranks No. 4 on CNBC's top influential list. Schmidt addresses claims Google is tracking everything, and what to expect from the company next.
Launched a revolution in access to information as their Internet search engine dispensed with the need to buy a newspaper or to go to the library.
"We are pretty sure the information that is inside of Google right now is safe from prying eyes," the company's former CEO says.