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Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL) is a multinational tech company known for its diverse range of technology-related businesses. Founded in 2015 as the parent company of Google, Alphabet’s primary focus is on internet-related products and services. The company’s portfolio includes search engines, advertising technologies, cloud computing services, hardware products, and more. Google retains a dominant global position in the search industry.

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As one of the world’s leading technology companies, Google remains Alphabet’s most prominent subsidiary. Google’s search engine dominates the online search market, while its advertising platforms generate significant revenue through targeted advertising. Additionally, Alphabet’s other ventures, such as YouTube, Google Cloud, and Android, contribute to its substantial market presence. Google has been under scrutiny by antitrust investigations.

Alphabet continues the ticker and trading history of Google, which first went public in 2004, seeing dramatic growth. The company’s financial performance is influenced by various factors, including changes in online advertising trends, competition in the tech industry, and regulatory developments. Larry Page retains significant control, though the largest investors are institutions such as Blackrock and Vanguard.

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