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Google Inc., a technology company, builds products and provides services to organize the information. The company offers Google Search, which provides information online; Knowledge Graph that allows to search for things, people, or places, as well as builds systems that recognize speech and understand natural language; Google Now, which provides information to users when they need it; and Product Listing Ads that offer product image, price, and merchant information. It also provides AdWords, an auction-based advertising program; AdSense, which enables Websites that are part of the Google Network to deliver ads; Google Display, a display advertising network; DoubleClick Ad Exchange, a marketplace for the trading display ad space; and YouTube that offers video, interactive, and other ad formats. In addition, the company offers Android, an open source mobile software platform; hardware products, including Chromebook, Chrome, Chromecast, and Nexus devices; Google+ to share things online with people; Google Play, a cloud-based digital entertainment store for apps, music, books, and movies; Google Drive, a place for users to create, share, collaborate, and keep their stuff; and Google Wallet, a virtual wallet for in-store contactless payments. Further, it provides Google Apps, which include Gmail, Calendar, and Google Sites that are built for people to work anywhere, anytime, on any device without loss of security or control; Google Maps Application Programming Interface; and Google Earth Enterprise, a software solution for imagery and data visualization. Additionally, the company offers Google App Engine, a platform as a service offering; Google Cloud Storage; Google BigQuery for real time analytics; Google Cloud SQL for structured query language; and Google Compute Engine, an infrastructure as a service platform. It also offers mobile wireless devices, and related products and services. Google Inc. was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California.

52,069 Employees
Last Reported Date: 07/25/14
Founded in 1998

google inc-cl a (GOOG) Top Compensated Officers

Co-Founder, Chief Executive officer, Director...
Total Annual Compensation: $1.0
Executive Chairman, Chairman of Executive Com...
Total Annual Compensation: $7.3M
Co-Founder, Director, Member of Acquisition C...
Total Annual Compensation: $1.0
Chief Financial Officer, Principal Accounting...
Total Annual Compensation: $3.7M
Chief Legal Officer, Senior Vice President of...
Total Annual Compensation: $3.7M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

google inc-cl a (GOOG) Key Developments

Max Sound Corporation Files Two Lawsuits Against Google, YouTube and On2 Technologies, Accusing Search Giant of Stealing Proprietary Technology

Max Sound Corporation has simultaneously filed trade secret and patent infringement lawsuits in two separate courts against Google and its subsidiaries YouTube and On2 Technologies. Max Sound Corporation, under agreement with VSL Communications, is enforcing intellectual property rights on its behalf. Max Sound acquired licensing rights to VSL's Optimized Data Transmission Technology to complement its HD Audio Solution. The suits allege that Google misappropriated proprietary and patented digital video streaming technology owned by VSL Communications. The noted litigation law firm Grant & Eisenhofer has been retained by Max Sound to file the two suits. The patent infringement complaint was brought in U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware, and the trade secret suit was filed in Superior Court of California, County of Santa Clara. The lawsuits contend that Google executives met with VSL management over several months to discuss the possibility of acquiring the company's patented technology and other non-patented proprietary methods, which greatly enhance the availability of audio and video files online, during which time, Google gained access to and received technical guidance regarding VSL's proprietary technology. The complaints allege that soon after the two companies initiated negotiations, Google began implementing VSL's technology into its own WebM/VP8 video codec without informing VSL, and without compensating it for its use. The WebM/VP8 video codec is widely used by Google in numerous products and websites, including YouTube.com, Google TV, the Android operating system, and Chrome web browser, significantly improving delivery of video content to desktop computers, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. The complaints further allege that upon the negotiations ending and within the materials Google sent back to VSL, per the NDA, were a collection of notes -which appeared to have been authored by high-level Google personnel. The complaint alleges that the notes included statements indicating that Google intended to infringe VSL's patents and that Google's infringement was knowing and willful.

SingTel, China Mobile International, China Telecom Global, Global Transit, Google and KDDI Wins $300 Million Faster Cable Network

SingTel is among the six global companies consortium that have signed commercial agreements to build and operate a new trans-Pacific cable system to be called FASTER with NEC Corp. as the system supplier. Besides SingTel, the consortium comprised China Mobile International, China Telecom Global, Global Transit, Google and KDDI. The $300 million FASTER cable network, to be completed by the second quarter of 2016, will connect the US to two landing locations in Japan.

Federal Judge Rejects Proposed Settlement in a Case Involving Apple Inc., Google Inc., Intel Corp. and Adobe Systems

A federal judge on August 8, 2014 rejected a proposed settlement in a case involving Apple Inc. and Google Inc. in which they were accused of secretly agreeing not to hire each other's employees. The $324.5 million deal was part of a case that had proved to be deeply embarrassing for some of the biggest Silicon Valley tech companies. As the case moved toward a trial, the companies were forced to disclose emails from such bigwigs as Apple's Steve Jobs and Google former Chief Executive Eric Schmidt that seemed to indicate they secretly agreed not to poach rivals' employees. Intel Corp. and Adobe Systems Inc. were also named in the lawsuit brought by former employees of the companies. To thwart even more disclosures, the companies announced a settlement to avoid a trial. But on August 8, 2014, U.S. District Judge Lucy H. Koh declined to approve the deal, saying the payment was too low.

 

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