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The development came after Alphabet Inc, the parent of Google, announced mass layoffs of 12,000 employees or six per cent of its workforce, to combat economic hardships

The government alleges that Google's plan to assert dominance has been to “neutralise or eliminate” rivals through acquisitions and to force advertisers to use its products by making it difficult to use competitors' products

Germany's Federal Cartel Office said that it had launched an investigation into PayPal to examine whether the US online payment giant was using its dominance to restrict competition

Software-as-a-service (SaaS) firms are all set to touch an annual revenue run rate (ARR) of $35 billion till 2027, revealed a new report by Bain & Company

Alphabet's job losses will affect teams across the company including recruiting and some corporate functions, as well as some engineering and products teams

In a setback to Google, the Supreme Court has endorsed the order of the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) declining to grant an interim stay on the imposition of a penalty of Rs 1,337 crore on the US tech giant by the competition regulator for...

The top court has asked the NCLAT to decide Google's appeal against the competition regulator's order by March 31 this year

Last month, the MohallaTech backed start-up laid off around 100 employees from its workforce

NCLAT had, on January 4, declined to stay the order passed by the CCI, after observing that the order was passed on October 20, 2022, but the appeal against it was filed on December 20, 2022

CCI, in October last year, slapped a Rs 1,337.76 crore fine on Google for exploiting its dominant position with respect to Android, which powers 97 per cent of smartphones in India