Sunday, January 29, 2023 | Back issues
Courthouse News Service Courthouse News Service

Alphabet in the Soup

A shareholder derivative suit in federal court accuses the directors of Google parent Alphabet of costing the company $170 million in fines for improperly collecting personal information from children.

SAN JOSE — Shareholders claim in a federal derivative suit that the directors of Google parent Alphabet cost the company $170 million in fines by improperly collecting personal information from children.

Read the Top 8

Sign up for the Top 8, a roundup of the day's top stories delivered directly to your inbox Monday through Friday.

Loading
Loading...