Immigration is the No. 1 concern of small businesses on Main Street, the Q1 CNBC/SurveyMonkey Small Business Survey reveals. The sentiment may be driven by the skills shortage and curbs that limit the formation of start-ups by immigrants.
Alphabet has a wide range of health-care research projects, from rehab efforts and medical tests to new devices for people in need.
Jan 3- Verily, Alphabet Inc's life sciences division, on Thursday announced a $1 billion investment round led by private equity firm Silver Lake. Alphabet Chief Financial Officer Ruth Porat and Silver Lake Managing Director Egon Durban will be nominated to Verily's operating board, the company said. Verily's existing board members include Chief Executive...
When Eric Gnock Fah dreamed up the idea for a new business, he headed straight to LinkedIn.
Venture capitalist and early Amazon investor John Doerr is sitting at the intersection of health and technology. He said earlier this week that Amazon and Google have a big role to play in health care.
Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt revealed the company's early hiring practices and lessons learned.
Founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin started Google in a Menlo Park, California garage. Take a virtual tour of what the office looked like.
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.
Legos and Warren Buffett all shaped the company's early days.
As tech executives become more prominent, their employers are spending more money to protect them.
These models start as low as $7,100.
Speaking from a blockchain conference in Morocco, Google co-founder Sergey Brin said the tech giant already missed its chance to be at the forefront of blockchain technology.
Market giants Apple, Amazon, Google, and Facebook were all founded by first or second generation immigrants.
Some senior Google officials try to straddle the gap between scientists with deep moral objections and salespeople salivating over defense contracts, the NYT reports.
23andMe had an option back in 2013 to appease its critics, but it chose to stick with the direct-to-consumer path.
Google's catchphrase "Don't be evil" appears to have been all but removed from its corporate code of conduct.
Sergey Brin's Founders' Letter outlines the ways Alphabet uses artificial intelligence every day.
Trump is making it tougher for U.S. tech companies to hire foreign skilled workers on H-1B Visa status, and this is causing a serious brain drain.
Zuckerberg controls nearly 60 percent of Facebook stock.
Billionaires, who added billions to their fortunes in recent months, saw a reversal of fortune Monday as the stock market swooned.