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EEUU contra Google: las severas leyes antimonopolio cercan a la gran tecnológica
El Departamento de Justicia y once fiscales generales de otros tantos Estados de la Unión han emprendido acciones legales contra Google bajo las alegaciones de violación de las leyes de libre competencia federales de su buscador y de sus servicios de publicidad, acusaciones de monopolio que apuntan a la necesidad de una regulación más adecuada.
Cedro contra Google
Carmen Cuartero, responsable de comunicación de Cedro –entidad de gestión del cobro de derechos de autor por las copias o reproducciones de los contenidos escritos–, me llama para contarme que han puesto una demanda a Google por el impago de 1,1…
As Facebook and Google continue to ban political ads, Republican super PACs are spending millions on other platforms that offer no advertiser transparency (Issie Lapowsky/Protocol)
Issie Lapowsky / Protocol : As Facebook and Google continue to ban political ads, Republican super PACs are spending millions on other platforms that offer no advertiser transparency — Facebook and Google are still banning political ads on their platforms, but that hasn't stopped Republican super PACs from spending millions …
Este es el plan de Google para que sus empleados no se cansen del teletrabajo
El CEO de la compañía ha enviado una carta a su equipo para anunciarles nuevas medidas con el fin de que no se quemen y sean capaces de desconectar del trabajo.
“En cinco meses hemos vivido un cambio tecnológico de cinco años”
El presidente de Google para Europa, Oriente Medio y África advierte de que la nueva ley europea de Servicios Digitales obligará a los ciudadanos a renunciar a algunos servicios
Working from home because of COVID-19? You might have screwed up your tax situation for 2021
The latest coronavirus update we have continues to paint a fairly bleak portrait of where the US is at with its COVID-19 response, as the pandemic continues to get worse in the colder months of the year. Some professionals are using the coronavirus pandemic as an opportunity to try remote working. However, a survey from the American Institute of CPAs found that some 70% of US adults didn't realize this situation might trigger a state tax obligation for them. It's become a tiresome phrase by now, but one of the "new normals" that the coronavirus pandemic has ensured will be with us for some time to come is the reality of working outside of a crowded office -- which can take various forms, including working at home as well as remote work, where employees don't even necessarily need to live in the same city as their employer anymore. Lots of companies are already telling their workers that they'll be deep into 2021 before they even need to think about returning to a physical office because of the pandemic.
For the sake of democracy, social media giants must pay newspapers | John Naughton
As their business model has all but destroyed the notion of local news, it’s only right that big tech should compensate publishers for using their content The news that France’s court of appeal has ruled in favour of the French Competition Authority’s order that Google must negotiate payments with publishers for linking to their content has provoked predictable howls of outrage from the tech industry and their more sympathetic commentators. “This,” observes Benedict Evans, the analyst recently returned from a big Silicon Valley venture capital firm, in his invaluable weekly newsletter, “is a fascinating logical fallacy – it makes perfect sense as long as you never ask why no one other than Google pays to link either and never ask why it should only be newspapers that get paid to be linked to.” The only place where the news of the French decision seems to have been greeted with enthusiasm is Australia, whose Competition and Consumer Commission (ACC) is putting the finishing touches to a mandatory news code that will be introduced to parliament before the end of the year.
Black Friday smartphone : des promos en ligne ! Samsung, Huawei, Xiaomi... Le best-of
BLACK FRIDAY TELEPHONE. Le Black Friday 2020 doit avoir lieu le 4 décembre, mais les constructeurs n'ont pas attendu la date française pour lancer leur offensive de promos. Samsung, Google, Huawei, Xiaomi ou OnePlus ont tous mis en ligne des rabais. Voici les meilleures offres.
Netflix to start declaring £1bn-plus UK revenues to HMRC
Exclusive: move likely to ramp up pressure on Google, Amazon and other tech giants over tax arrangements Netflix is to finally start declaring the £1bn-plus revenues it makes from millions of British subscribers each year to the UK tax authorities, a move likely to ramp up pressure on tech firms such as Google and Amazon to stop funnelling revenues through overseas tax jurisdictions. Netflix, which has funnelled UK-generated revenue through separate accounts at its European headquarters in the Netherlands since launching in Britain in 2012, is to notify its almost 13 million UK subscribers on Tuesday about the change, which starts from January. Continue reading…
After Oracle, Thomas Kurian is joining Alphabet: a good thing for the Alphabet stock?
Oracle former president Thomas Kurian is joining Google Cloud on November 26, while Dianne Greene will step down. Green will remain as CEO until the end of the year and will still be on Alphabet's board after leaving her role.
Alphabet (GOOGL) earnings: will it beat again?
Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL) shares are trading at $1,111.59, down 3%. The company is announcing its quarterly earnings results on Thursday after the market close. What's driving GOOGL stock price? What's GOOGL stock price forecast? (CRM) stock: what's the sentiment?
What's driving CRM stock price? What's CRM stock price forecast?
Snap (SNAP) earnings preview: focus on user and revenue growth
Snap Inc. (SNAP) is expected to report earnings on August 7 after market close. What are SNAP earnings expectations? What news should investors be paying attention to?
Alphabet (GOOGL) earnings preview: $100B+ run-rate revenue
Alphabet Inc. is expected to report earnings on July 23 after market close. What are GOOGL earnings expectations? What news will the market be watching out for?
Alphabet (Google), Apple, Amazon or Facebook: who will win the race?
This past weekend we asked stocks investors on Twitter: which company among the tech giants (Alphabet, Apple, Amazon or Facebook) will outgrowth the competition? We got some pretty insightful responses from our Twitter audience and are sharing with you their growth predictions in this post.
Facebook (FB) earnings expectations: 5 things to watch
Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) is disclosing its earnings results after the close bell today. Investors are wondering what to expect from Facebook earnings.
Microsoft (MSFT): How High Is The Sky?
Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) declined 5% in today’s trading, to below $90 per share. What is the forecast (prediction) for the stock price?
Alphabet (GOOGL): Why Investors Think This Stock Is A Buy Now
The similarity of Google’s and Facebook's business models, fueled by Facebook’s data leak, resulted in a dip for Alphabet’s stock price. What is the GOOGL price forecast now?
Shopify: Can The Stock Move Higher?
There has been a 700% rise in Shopify’s stock (NYSE: SHOP) price since 2015. But what is the price forecast now?
Facebook (FB): Should You Buy The Stock Now?
The data incongruity issue has created a pressure on Facebook’s stock performance, which is down 6.79% in yesterday’s trading. Should you buy the stock now?
FAANG Pullback Inevitable in 2018?
As you're entering 2018, you may be wondering which stocks that you own in your portfolio are bound for a 'correction' in 2018. Here is our take...
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