While contemporaries such as Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey stay in the spotlight, Larry Page is doing the opposite.
- by Isobel Asher Hamilton
We rely constantly on Google to find out what to buy and to get from one place to another. Is it possible for Google to manipulate search results? Would it?
- by Brian Fung
Mick Gentleman wants to help Google set up in Canberra, as a subsidiary of Google's holding company steps up local drone delivery trials.
- by Blake Foden
Google once held itself up as proudly nonconformist. A decision to abide by Chinese censors would mark a new era for the company; one of conventionality.
- by Farhad Manjoo
Shares of Google's parent company, Alphabet, jumped in aftermarket trading after the company reported stronger-than-expected earnings.
The penalty — the same amount the Netherlands contributes to the EU budget every year — is far higher than any other dished out by the US, Chinese or other antitrust authorities
- by Aoife White and Nikos Chrysoloras
This is Google we are talking about, after all.
- by Claire Thurstans
Site lead Sean McDonell says new campus, which will house more than 100 staff, will help Google keep ties with Victorian businesses and partners.
- by Tim Biggs
Google's most senior lawyer has warned Australia will hurt innovation if it takes a hard line against big internet companies.
- by John McDuling
A Murdoch-backed Aussie start-up has dramatically upped the stakes in its do-or-die death match with Google.
- by Latika Bourke