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Why Alphabet has weathered Apple's privacy change better than rivals

Sundar Pichai, Alphabet CEO
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Alphabet Tuesday topped analyst estimates for its third quarter earnings, but perhaps more importantly to investors, was that the company managed to stave off any major hit from privacy changes that affected companies like Facebook and Snap earlier in the week.

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