In answering federal regulators' questions last year, Google merely stated the obvious — 'mobile' doesn't fit the new categories of device of the future
Can't say I didn't see this coming.
Late last year, the Securities and Exchange Commission — one of the bodies that helps make sure businesses play fair — had some questions for Google regarding its year-end 2012 fiscal report, which was...
Posted by Harish Jonnalagadda on 21 May 2014 9:15 am
You may soon see ads on all manner of home appliances, as Google has stated in a letter to the Securities and Exchange Commission that it intends to serve ads on "refrigerators, car dashboards, thermostats, glasses, and watches, to name just a few possibilities."
Google this evening confirmed in an SEC filing that it plans to cut some 4,000 employees from the recent acquisition of Motorola -- about a fifth of the company's workforce. And it's going to cost Google some cash to do so -- to the tune of $275 million, and Google expects most of that charge to be taken in the third quarter. Google says it plans to close some 30 facilities as well, and "...
The economic downturn shows no favor. Even the almighty Google is taking a hit and re-arranging the books in order to seem steady. Google's been quietly laying off hundreds of employees and there are whispers suggesting that the final tally may total 10,000 workers.
Though the SEC requires public companies to publicly report layoffs, Google is circumventing the law by terming the workers as...
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