As rebranding Facebook unfolds, the firm’s strategy and structure are supposed to reflect its new identity as Meta.
Throwback Thursday: When Google Was Just Google
#TBT: Looking back at Google’s growth spurts, we begin with a small company in 1999 but then see 270 acquisitions and industry concentration.
Why We Need to Pay Attention to Wobbly Plates
Perhaps comparable to Alphabet’s (Google’s) X subsidiary, the old AT&T’s Bell Labs produced invention that became breakthrough technology.
New Territory for Self-Driving Cars
Whereas the Model T brought us suburbia, highways and McDonald’s, the spillover from self-driving cars will also transform our lives at home and at work.
Why Google Just Got a Parent Called Alphabet
By rebranding Google as Alphabet, it can have a clearly defined parent while Google, as an oligopoly, can keep its brand’s product differentiation.