Larry Page is backing Silicon Valley start-up Opener, which has joined the growing number of companies attempting to bring "flying cars" to the masses.
The Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq are all on track to post their biggest weekly losses since the week ending March 23.
Futures were sharply lower this morning after the Dow on Wednesday plunged nearly 832 points, or 3.15 percent, in its worst sell-off since February.
The S&P 500 has not posted losses five days in a row or longer in nearly two years, and the Dow isn't faring much better.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq fell for the third day in a row on Monday. The Dow broke a two-day losing streak.
Markets moved lower Thursday, with the Dow breaking a five-day win streak. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq saw their worst days since June.
The S&P 500 posted its second positive session in three, while the Nasdaq broke a two-day losing streak.
The S&P 500 saw its second negative session in three Tuesday, while the Nasdaq saw a second straight negative session.
The Dow has a three-day win streak after posting the best gain of the major averages Monday.
Musk and other CEOs have bought into their own hype, says this successful serial entrepreneur.
The Dow and S&P 500 are on pace to post positive results for the month, while the Nasdaq is likely to register its first monthly decline since March.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai is scheduled to meet privately with members of Congress Friday after he and his boss, Google co-founder Larry Page, stood up lawmakers at a public hearing earlier this month.
Founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin started Google in a Menlo Park, California garage. Take a virtual tour of what the office looked like.
The news comes after Google snubbed Congress, refusing to send a top-tier executive to a hearing on Capitol Hill.
Two years after his ouster from LendingClub, ex-CEO Renaud Laplanche is building a rival online lending platform and trying hard to avoid past mistakes.
Alphabet CEO Larry Page missed out on testifying in front of Congress earlier this month and is reportedly spending more and more time at his own private Caribbean island.
Google has been increasingly dragged into the public eye in recent months.
U.S. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy blasted Google in a tweet on Tuesday, saying an "invite will be on its way" to the company — presumably a request for it to testify.
In highlighting the complexities of their systems, Mr. Dorsey's and Ms. Sandberg's testimony helped underscore the difficulties lawmakers will face, the NYT reports.
"In software, bugs are accepted. You have a bug, no big deal, we'll fix it in the next release. With a media platform, like this, there is no room for bugs," cybersecurity expert Raj Goel said.