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symbol GOOGL
会社名 Alphabet Inc
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産業(industry)   
業種 インタ―ネットサ―ビス   IT・通信 (IT & Communications)
概要 事業概要 アルファベット(Alphabet Inc)は株式会社である。同社の事業はGoogle Inc. (Google)及びAccess、Calico、CapitalG、GV、Nest、Verily、Waymo及びX等のインターネット製品を含む。同社は2つの事業区分により構成される。Google事業はSearch、Ads、Commerce、Maps、YouTube、Google Cloud、Android、Chrome及びGoogle Play等のインターネット製品、並びにハードウェア製品を含む。Google事業はデジタル・コンテンツ、アプリケーションとクラウド・オファリングの広報・販売及びハードウェア製品の販売に従事する。他の事業はGoogle Fiberを通じてインターネットとテレビ・サービスの提供、Nest製品とサービスの提供及びVerilyを通じてライセンス供与、研究・開発サービスの提供を行う。同社はユーザーがGoogleとの通話を可能とするGoogle Assistant、店舗への道を指図するGoogle Maps、写真の保存・整理を支援するGoogle Photosを提供  アルファベットは米国の大手インタ―ネット関連企業。検索サイト・グ―グル「google.com」を運営するほか、検索エンジン、オンライン広告、クラウドコンピュ―ティング、ソフトウエアなどIT関連製品とサ―ビスを提供。携帯電話「アンドロイド」、ブラウザ「クロ―ム」、インタ―ネットテレビ「Google TV」等独自のOSを展開。本社はカリフォルニア州  Larry Page and Sergey Brin founded Google in September 1998. Since then, the company has grown to more than 130,000 employees worldwide, with a wide range of popular products and platforms like Search, Maps, Ads, Gmail, Android, Chrome, Google Cloud and YouTube. In October 2015, Alphabet became the parent holding company of Google.
本社所在地 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway Mountain View CA 94043 USA
代表者氏名 John L. Hennessy ジョン・ヘネシー
代表者役職名
電話番号 +1 650-253-0000
設立年月日 36039
市場名 NASDAQ National Market System
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従業員数 98771人
url www.abc.xyz
nasdaq_url
adr_tso
EBITDA EBITDA 40421.00
終値(lastsale)
時価総額(marketcap)
時価総額 時価総額 809161.60
売上高 売上高 136819.00
企業価値(EV) 企業価値(EV) 99739.60
当期純利益 当期純利益 30736.00
決算概要 2019年3月31日に終了した3ヶ月間におけるAlphabet Incの収益は17%増加して36.34億ドルとなった。純利益は29%減少して66億6千万ドルとなった。収益は、その他のBets部門の13%増の170百万ドルへの増加米国部門の17%増の16.53億ドルEMEA部門の13%増の11.79BドルへAPAC部門の27%増の61億ドルへ。純利益は、未割り当て項目のセグメント損失が1億6400万ドルから185億ドルに増加したことにより相殺されました

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   Google Wifi mesh router 3-pack drops to $160 for the first time (save $40) - CNET  2021/04/21 14:05:45 CNET
Blanket your home with strong Wi-Fi signals with this updated version of Google's kit.
   Google supercharges YouTube with a custom video chip - CNET  2021/04/21 14:00:05 CNET
The processor is designed to deliver better video quality and to cut network use.
   The Daily Mail Sues Google for Allegedly Throttling Royals Coverage  2021/04/21 12:40:47 Adweek
Add the Daily Mail to Google's growing list of plaintiffs. Top line The Daily Mail parent company Associated Newspapers Ltd and its U.S. subsidiary Mail Media Inc, which runs dailymail.com, has filed an antitrust suit against Google in New York, accusing the tech giant of rigging ad auctions and search results. Both of which end…
   Legendary investor Bill Miller says the window is closing on the SPAC market, but singles out 2 names that remain attractive (AMZN, FB, GOOGL, AAPL, MILE, DM)  2021/04/20 20:52:55 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Legendary investor Bill Miller thinks the SPAC craze may be nearing the end. Pushed by a frenzy of excitement from retail investors and a desire from many pre-revenue companies to take an easier path to public markets, SPACs have boomed in 2020 and 2021. "I think that game is largely winding down now," Miller told CNBC on Tuesday . "Many of the SPACs that came public came at extraordinarily expensive valuations. But now some of them have corrected." The billionaire pointed to some SPACs that now have more reasonable valuations, such as Desktop Metal , a 3D metal printing technology provider that famed investor Chamath Palihapitiya also backed . The company went public in a merger with blank check company Trine Acquisition . The stock peaked at $31.25 on February 1 before tumbling to $12.70 as of April 20. Miller also said he likes Metromile, a US-based pay-per-mile insurance technology that merged with SPAC Insu Acquisition in February. The billionaire called it the "next wave of insurance company." Metromile shares have tumbled 50% since their public debut.
   Morning Consult Names Google, PayPal and Microsoft the Most Trusted Brands of 2021  2021/04/20 20:32:22 Adweek
It is common for brands to consider reliable products or high-quality service as the key to consumer trust. But since the start of the pandemic, the role of brands in people's lives has changed--and so has the criteria for consumer comfort and loyalty, which now includes adherence to health and safety guidelines, an effective shift…
   Daily Mail Owner Sues Google For Antitrust Practices Over Down Ranking UK Royal Family Coverage: WSJ  2021/04/20 18:50:10 Benzinga
The Daily Mail’s owner has filed an antitrust lawsuit against Alphabet Inc’s (NASDAQ: GOOG ) (NASDAQ: GOOGL ) Google for abusing its market power by linking its search engine and ad-sales platform to pressurize publishers, the Wall Street Journal reports . The suit was filed by the Daily mail’s owner, Associated Newspapers, along with its U.S. unit called Mail Media in the Manhattan federal court. Daily Mail alleged that Google penalizes publishers in search rankings if they failed to sell enough advertising space through Google’s marketplace. Google’s alleged downranking of the Daily Mail’s 2021 U.K. royal family coverage in … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Daily Mail owner accuses Google of hiding Royals coverage as it files lawsuit  2021/04/20 18:34:00 The Telegraph
Publisher says its Royals, Piers Morgan and Prince Philip coverage failed to show up prominently in the search engine
   Delhi HC directs Google, Microsoft Bing to de-index stolen images of Indian woman  2021/04/20 17:52:25 Economic Times India
The court said non-compliance by the search engines would attract penal provisions according to the IT Act.
   MailOnline sues Google for allegedly hiding links to its articles  2021/04/20 17:42:54 The Guardian
Publisher cites users being directed to smaller outlets when searching for Meghan and Piers Morgan MailOnline is suing Google after alleging the search engine hides links to its articles on topics such as “Meghan Markle” and “Piers Morgan”, setting up a legal battle between one of the world’s biggest news websites and the tech giant. Google is accused by MailOnline of having too much control over the online advertising market and of systematically downgrading links to its stories in favour of other sites, citing coverage of the royal family. Continue reading…
   This is the new retail consumer behavior  2021/04/20 17:30:21 Entrepreneur
A joint investigation by Google and Kantar found that more consumers were encouraged to buy new retail categories online.
   Dons financiers, outil de prise de rendez-vous... Google veut aider la population à se vacciner  2021/04/15 14:42:11 Business Insider France
   Momentum Commerce, a Technology-enabled Marketing Services Firm Launches to Support Brand Growth on Amazon, Instacart, Walmart.com and Target.com  2021/04/15 14:35:00 Benzinga
BOSTON , April 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- John T. Shea , a former Google and Criteo executive, today announced the formation of Momentum Commerce , a modern Digital Retail Consultancy. Momentum Commerce offers an integrated model of five technology-enabled services for Manufacturer and Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) brands -- including data services, consumer insights, strategy consulting, creative services, and retail media management. Momentum Commerce will support brands on all major digital retail platforms with a specialization on Amazon, Instacart, Walmart.com, and Target.com. The firm launches with the force of a twelve-person landing team and the … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Google's new Timelapse feature shows impact of climate change over decades - CNET  2021/04/15 13:00:00 CNET
"We can objectively see global warming with our own eyes," says the director of Google Earth.
   Google, Qwant, Yahoo!... Quels sont les moteurs de recherche les plus utilisés en France ?  2021/04/15 08:47:51 Business Insider France
   Google unveils $2 billion data hub in Poland  2021/04/15 02:18:30 Economic Times India
Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki hailed the new hub saying it would ensure "better service from private and public entities" and strengthen security because the data would be stored in Poland.

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