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9 Mar 2019
Democratic presidential candidate Senator Elizabeth Warren is proposing to break up the largest technology companies, including Amazon.com Inc., Alphabet Inc.’s Google and Facebook Inc.
12 Jan 2019
Alphabet Inc.’s directors were sued by shareholders for approving a $90 million exit payment to Android creator Andy Rubin.
13 Oct 2018
Alphabet Inc. shareholders say the company misled them for months about a Google+ security flaw discovered in March and only disclosed in October.
31 May 2017
Uber Technologies Inc. fired Anthony Levandowski, the engineer hired to lead its self-driving car efforts who is now at the center of a legal dispute over the technology with Google parent Alphabet Inc.

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