Vic Gundotra announced on — where else — Google+ that he was leaving the search giant after an eight-year run.
Shares fell more than 5% after Google reported its earnings. Once again, the company is making less money off each advertisement.
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Now we know why the company is trying to get rid of its mobile phone maker. Google missed analyst estimates on earnings, but beat on revenue.
The startup phase of Nest Labs is coming to an end. It was previously reported that the smart thermostat company was raising money at a $2 billion valuation.
How do goats have anything to do with Google??
Google said it would hand out plastic cards tied to Google Wallet accounts that can be used much in the same way that normal credit cards are used.
Meanwhile, one of Google’s core important metrics, cost-per-click, continues to fall. But its overall advertising volume appears to be increasing.
Some of these guys often throw out the tightly scripted CEO playbook and say precisely what’s on their mind. That’s why we love listening to them. Others need to speak up and let us know what’s on their mind.
No one took ownership of Google Reader internally because it wasn’t a top priority for Larry Page and his inner circle of lieutenants. And if you aren’t working on something that the boss cares about, then what’s the point?
A JP Morgan analyst thinks Google’s stock is worth more than $1,000 per share, which would make it one of the most expensive stocks on the market.He’s not alone, as nearly a dozen other analysts have a similar price target on the search giant’s shares.
After months of rumors, Waze has finally been bought. Google beat out Apple and Facebook for the traffic app maker.
The new Google Hangouts keeps trying to get me to video chat Katie Couric. Here’s why.
Everyone remembers their first Google Search. Here are the people that helped make that possible. Can you name everyone in the pic?
In honor of this morning’s SpaceX docking, here are six of Silicon Valley’s coolest private space programs. To the moon, Elon!
Larry Page’s Google+ is not like ours.
The Google logo is now as well-known as the Nike Swoosh and the Golden Arches. But how did it get there? Here you can check out all the design iterations Google DIDN’T choose for their logo. What do you think? Do you like of the designs the co-founders passed on?