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What to watch when Alphabet releases Q2 earnings next week

This tech leader has become so much more than "just" internet search. More »

1 top AI stock to buy and hold for decades

Alphabet is at the forefront of artificial intelligence in more ways than one. More »

Lendlease share price charges higher after landing $20 billion Google deal

The Lendlease Group (ASX:LLC) share price has charged higher on Thursday after announcing a major development agreement with tech giant Google... More »

Can Google parent Alphabet reignite revenue growth when it reports earnings?

Can cloud computing pick up the slack as growth in Google ad sales slows? More »

3 reasons why investors need to add AI stocks to their portfolio

The technology is huge, it's changing the automotive industry, and it's already integrated into nearly every device around you. More »

How does WAAAX compare to FAANG?

We all love our WAAAX darlings like Altium Limited (ASX: ALU), but they may be slightly overvalued. More »

The smartest people on Wall Street are buying these 3 stocks — should you follow?

Being a copycat just might pay off with these three stocks. More » and Google are (mostly) burying the hatchet

The bitter rivalry that has raged for years may finally be ending. More »

Forget Google: Here are 3 artificial intelligence stocks to watch

Google is an AI leader, but investors shouldn't overlook Microsoft, Baidu, and Amazon. More »

Facebook changes tune ahead of ACCC inquiry report

Facebook has changed it's tune on proposed regulations as the ACCC releases final report. More »

3 stocks you can keep forever

Amazon, Alphabet, and Disney are three stocks to set and forget. More »

Alphabet earnings: mark your calendar

Will the technology giant's revenue growth decelerate even more? More »

Amazon, Google and Facebook warrant antitrust scrutiny for many reasons – not just because they’re large

US lawmakers and regulators are beginning to investigate big tech's growing power, but they need to look beyond size and into their very nature... More »

Google brushes off a shareholder revolt over its plans in China

The tech giant's multiclass voting structure makes it nearly impossible to challenge its plans for the People's Republic. More »