Google’s Marian Croak Aimed for the Top. She Couldn’t Escape Racism.

Two years ago, Marian Croak was hiding in her office at Google’s YouTube offices, convinced the police would enter and

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Microsoft CEO Pledges to Back Racial-Justice Efforts Through Promotion, Investment Initiatives

Microsoft Corp. Chief Executive Satya Nadella laid out plans to double the number of Black managers and senior leaders in

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WSJ News Exclusive | Justice Department, State Attorneys General to Confer on Google Antitrust Challenge

WASHINGTON—The Justice Department and a group of state attorneys general are scheduled to meet Friday to talk about next steps

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WSJ News Exclusive | Google’s U.S. Ad Revenue Is Expected to Decline in 2020, eMarketer Says

Google’s U.S. advertising revenue will decline this year for the first time since eMarketer began modeling it in 2008, the

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Facebook, Twitter Say They Haven’t Seen Foreign Governments Meddle in Black Lives Matter Movement

WASHINGTON—Executives at Facebook, Inc. and Twitter Inc. said Thursday they hadn’t seen evidence that foreign governments had been using fake

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Google Sets Hiring Goal to Advance Black Executives

Google announced a new hiring goal to dramatically boost the number of black executives at the search giant. The initiative,

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Apple Faces Two EU Antitrust Probes Over Apps

BRUSSELS—European Union antitrust authorities launched two formal probes into whether Apple Inc. violated competition laws through its Apple Pay service

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Global Tax Talks Waver as Pandemic Hits Government Coffers

The coronavirus pandemic blew a hole in global tax collections while technology companies prosper in the work-from-home environment. That combination

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