Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt revealed the company's early hiring practices and lessons learned.
Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt predicts there will be two distinct internets in the next decade or two--one headed by the United States and the other by China.
Eric Schmidt predicts a bifurcation of the internet, not a splintering, as China's tech sector grows.
America First Action super PAC is hoping it can reel in Peter Thiel as a donor.
The Alphabet board member talked openly about his thoughts on the future of artificial intelligence in Paris recently.
"Harbor Hill" is a waterfront vacation compound recently listed for $42.5 million.
The tech giant uses carefully crafted questions designed to elicit thoughtful answers.
Top White House officials, including Jared Kushner, have given Thiel the cold shoulder, sources tell CNBC.
The company is looking for a common quality, but for reasons you might not expect.
CTO Mike Schroepfer makes the disclosure to U.K. lawmakers investigating the Cambridge Analytica data scandal.
Google employees are protesting the company's involvement in a Pentagon program that uses artificial intelligence, NYT reports.
Palantir worked on the Facebook data that was acquired by Cambridge Analytica, whistleblower Christopher Wylie tells members of U.K. Parliament.
Zuckerberg controls nearly 60 percent of Facebook stock.
Victor Anthony, Aegis Capital internet research analyst, says Google's self-driving division could push shares higher.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on Alphabet's Eric Schmidt stepping down from the executive chairmanship at the tech giant.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew talks about the shakeup at Google as Eric Schmidt announces his departure as executive chairman but will remain a board member.
A Google AI researcher investigated applying machine learning to astronomy during his 20 percent “flex time.”
The techies who built these companies were naive about what would happen on the Internet.
It took two months and 59 test batches to make the winning iteration.
AOL's Steve Case and author J.D. Vance recruited some of America's wealthiest to invest in a 'flyover' states fund. The NYT reports.