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  • SAN FRANCISCO— Larry Page's five-year tenure as CEO of Google— and now its new corporate parent Alphabet— is reminding investors that patience pays off, despite a letdown in the first quarter. Both earnings and revenue fell below the analyst projections that steer investor reactions, causing Alphabet Inc. shares to backtrack by $39.89, or 5 percent, to $740.11 in...

  • CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., Feb 24- Venture capital groups invested $1.8 billion in commercial space startups in 2015, more than in the last 15 years combined, a report by aerospace consultants the Tauri Group shows. The investors include Microsoft Corp's Bill Gates, Inc's Jeff Bezos, Alphabet Inc's Larry Page, Dish Network Corp's Charles Ergen, Microsoft...

  • The ticker for Google Inc. displayed on an iPhone.

    The last time Google was more valuable than Apple was in February 2010, when both companies were worth less than $200 billion.

  • The Man burns during the Burning Man 2013 arts and music festival in Black Rock Desert, Nevada.

    The nonprofit organization behind Burning Man released a report last week, outlining its details and goals.

  • SAN FRANCISCO, Dec 1- Mark Zuckerberg's pledge on Tuesday to give away most of his Facebook shares, a roughly $45 billion fortune, helps cement his role as one of Silicon Valley's most generous donors. Zuckerberg, 31, and his wife Priscilla Chan, already lauded for donating $1.5 billion in Facebook stock to the Silicon Valley Community Foundation, are setting a...

  • CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., Dec 1-- A new law clears U.S. companies to own what they mine from asteroids and other celestial bodies, ending a legal quandary that had overshadowed technical and financial issues facing the startups, industry officials said on Tuesday. Gbenga Oduntan, a visiting professor from the University of Kent in Britain and an expert in international...

  • Google Alphabet

    Investors searching for treasure in the fourth quarter could find some hidden gems in Alphabet's new reporting structure.

  • Google no longer 'Animal House': Cramer

    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.

  • Sundar Pichai, CEO, Google

    For the millions of consumers using Google for search, YouTube videos and maps, the company is no different today that it was yesterday.

  • An employee walks through the lobby of Google's Washington, D.C., headquarters.

    Investors are cheering Google's operating structure overhaul because it increases transparency and accountability, analysts said.

  • Domain name

    Google picked as the web address for its new parent company Alphabet. Daniel Negari is one guy who's celebrating.

  • Sundar Pichai, currently a senior vice president, will become CEO of Google. Shares will be converted into Alphabet shares.

  • Jeff Bezos, chief executive officer of Inc.

    CEO Jeff Bezos, who owns 83,921,121 of Amazon shares, made a paper gain of more than $8 billion as shares spiked nearly 18 percent after hours.

  • Forget Tim Cook, Satya Nadella or Larry Page, these behind-the-scenes execs are just as influential in the tech sector.

  • Bill Tai

    MaiTai Global co-founder Bill Tai explains why Silicon Valley entrepreneurs are drawn to kiteboarding.

  • Larry Page, Google co-founder and CEO.

    Want to be the “best boss” ever & it not just printed on a mug? Unfortunately you may have missed your chance in 2015, as Glassdoor announces winners.

  • Google Ventures Headquarters in Mountain View, Calif.

    Google Ventures wants to save the world, one startup at a time

  • Sean Klimczak, senior managing director for private equity firm Blackstone Group, is shown on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange where the 2015 class of the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders rang the opening bell, March 27th, 2015.

    The World Economic Forum has named its "Young Global Leaders"--including many financial types--and expect them to be forces for global good.

  • Sergey Brin and Larry Page, founders of Google, in 2004

    An unorthodox stock split designed to ensure Larry Page and Sergey Brin retain control of the company could cost Google more than $500 million.

  • Australia has never been known as a tech hub. But Aussie software companies are making waves in the U.S. and raising piles of cash.