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Verily, Alphabet's life sciences division, has released a video demonstrating how its COVID-19 drive-thru facilities work.
Microsoft became the only US company worth more than $1 trillion after the coronavirus sent the US economy into a nosedive
Fallout from the coronavirus has cost Apple, Amazon, and Google parent firm Alphabet their positions in the trillion dollar valuations club.
4 tech giants President Trump calls ‘MAGA’ stocks have lost $1 trillion in the coronavirus-induced market rout
The tech giants are Trump's favorites because the beginning letters can be arranged to spell "MAGA" — the acronym used during his 2016 campaign.
Mark Zuckerberg says it’s easier for Facebook to ‘take a much harder line’ on misinformation during the coronavirus pandemic
Mark Zuckerberg said that coronavirus misinformation was more "black and white" than political misinformation.
It looks like Google’s sister company Verily rushed out a half-finished coronavirus testing website after Trump botched the announcement
The site which Trump boasted about extensively looks half-finished.
Alphabet moonshot companies must pay Google a ‘services fee’ to eat at cafeterias and ride the shuttles, and it’s apparently a big s...
The fee reportedly grated with some of the new leaders of Alphabet's other units, like Verily CEO Andy Conrad.
Google sets up fund to offer paid sick leave to contractors and temp workers who can’t work due to COVID-19 symptoms or quarantines
Google's approximately 120,000 temporary and contract workers outnumber the company's full-time employees.
The majority of Google's 100,000 employees are based in North America, and the policy change represents one of the most sweeping remote-work orders.
Amazon, Uber, Salesforce, and Cisco join a growing chorus of tech companies paying hourly and wage workers impacted by the coronavirus outbreak
Several tech giants have promised to pay hourly workers even as remote work policies are reducing staffing needs.
‘It’s probably a time to buy’: Billionaire investor Howard Marks sees value in stocks after the coronavirus sell-off
"It would be a lot to accept that the US business world — and the cash flows it will produce in the future — are worth 13% less today."