Tag: Alphabet


  • Google X is now just called X

    Google X gets a new logo and a new name

    Alphabet has given Google X a new logo and changed the subsidiaries name completely. Google X will now be known simply as “X” and its new logo is now represented by a 3D yellow X that looks like something that belongs in a modern art gallery. X is the division of Google that works on “moonshots,” […]

  • Alphabet Showing Spending Restraint

    Alphabet Is Showing More R&D Restraint Under Ruth Porat’s Leadership

    Alphabet Inc. is showing new restraint in R&D spending according to the company’s first quarterly regulatory filing as the restructured Google. In the filing late Thursday, Alphabet said it expects future research & development expenses to “fluctuate” as a percentage of revenue. Last quarter Google said R&D spending “may increase” as a percentage of revenue. […]

  • Google Earnings and Buyback

    Alphabet Announces Share Buyback Program And Strong Q3 Results

    Alphabet, the new holding company for Google, impressed Wall Street on Thursday when it announced strong third quarter earnings and a $5 billion stock buyback program. Shares at the company increased by 10% in after-hours trading. According to Alphabet, the company earned $7.35 per share on revenue of $18.68 billion. Analysts expected $7.21 earnings per […]

  • Google now a part of Alphabet Parent company

    Meet Alphabet, Google’s New Parent Company

    Google Inc. on Monday announced a new parent company called Alphabet. In a major shake-up at the company co-founder Larry Page announced the new company in a blog post. Alphabet will contain subsidiaries to separate its core web advertising business from newer ventures like autonomous vehicles, and life-sciences projects. According to Michael Yoshikami, head of Destination Wealth […]