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goog

(ɡʊɡ)
n
1. an egg
2. full as a goog drunk
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US-based API platform Apigee (NASDAQ: APIC) has entered into a definitive agreement under which US-based technology company Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) will acquire Apigee for USD 17.40 per share in cash, for a total value of approximately USD 625m, the company said.
Twitter Inc has hired an advertising executive from Google Inc (GOOG.O) to head its retail division, as the online messaging company ramps up hiring and works to expand its business ahead of an initial public offering, Bloomberg reported on Wednesday.
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Google Inc (Nasdaq: GOOG) has announced a new version of its Google Search Appliance.
Karen Finerman is a buyer of Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ: GOOGL) (NASDAQ: GOOG).
He thinks the valuation is temporarily elevated by speculation about a new fourth wireless company, such as an Amazon (AMZN) or Google (GOOG), entering the U.S.
Last year, Alphabet's (NASDAQ:(https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/GOOG?p=GOOG) GOOG ) (NASDAQ:(https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/GOOGL/?p=GOOGL) GOOGL ) Google faced a fierce backlash after details leaked about its censored search engine for China, codenamed Dragonfly.
Alphabet Inc (GOOG) has announced it will invest a total of $600 million in a new datacenter, its 15th such global center, in Montgomery County, Tenn.
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Google ((https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/GOOG/) GOOG ) is introducing the (https://www.techradar.com/news/stadia-everything-you-need-to-know-about-googles-game-streaming-service) Stadia , a cloud gaming service to be launched in November, which will allow games to stream on Google Chrome.
After hosting an expert call to discuss the likelihood of and implications from increased antitrust scrutiny of big technology companies, Jefferies analyst Brent Thill believes a breakup of Alphabet (GOOG, GOOGL) is unlikely.