1. Amazon, Apple, Google and Facebook smash Q2 earnings - Business Insider  Business Insider
  2. Tech competitors are 'blown away' by Congress' CEO grilling and hopeful for antitrust reform  CNBC
  3. S&P 500 Index Rises Thanks to Big Tech  The Motley Fool
  4. A historic antitrust hearing in Congress has put big tech on notice  The Guardian
  5. Opinion: Two stock market risks are hiding in Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Alphabet  MSN Money
  6. View Full coverage on Google News
The strong results from the four companies, often categorized as "Big Tech," comes a day after the CEOs of these companies testified before the Congress on anticompetitive behavior.The strong results from the four companies, often categorized as "Big Tech," comes a day after the CEOs of these companies testified before the Congress on anticompetitive behavior.

Amazon, Apple, Google and Facebook smash Q2 earnings - Business Insider

Apple, Amazon, and Facebook far exceeded expectations when they reported on Thursday.Apple, Amazon, and Facebook far exceeded expectations when they reported on Thursday.

S&P 500 Index Rises Thanks to Big Tech | The Motley Fool

Jeff Bezos says that the company is continuing to evaluate its policies and practices on its marketplace as lawmakers call for antitrust action.Jeff Bezos says that the company is continuing to evaluate its policies and practices on its marketplace as lawmakers call for antitrust action.

Amazon Reviewing Allegations Of Punishing Third-Party Sellers

The viral video that shows Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg smoking meat in his backyard during the US Congress hearing on tech CEOs is a spoof.The viral video that shows Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg smoking meat in his backyard during the US Congress hearing on tech CEOs is a spoof.

Fact Check: No, Mark Zuckerberg wasn't grilling meat during Anti-trust hearing - IBTimes India

The Big Tech favorites are crowded trades. And a recent congressional hearing suggests tougher regulations are ahead.

Opinion: Two stock market risks are hiding in Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Alphabet

Bloomberg - Are you a robot?

Policymakers need to be cognizant of the fact that when it comes to the tech world, data is the primary currency.Policymakers need to be cognizant of the fact that when it comes to the tech world, data is the primary currency.

Big Tech and the antitrust debate: Do network effects outweigh competition concerns? | TheHill

Policymakers need to be cognizant of the fact that when it comes to the tech world, data is the primary currency.Policymakers need to be cognizant of the fact that when it comes to the tech world, data is the primary currency.

Big Tech and the antitrust debate: Do network effects outweigh competition concerns? | TheHill

Democrats hope the hearing is just the beginning of a bigger crackdown on Big Tech.Democrats hope the hearing is just the beginning of a bigger crackdown on Big Tech.

The Technology 202: Revelations from Congress's antitrust investigation could have an enduring impact - The Washington Post

Big tech companies stood out from an overall grim economic picture – but will their record results help or hurt them?Big tech companies stood out from an overall grim economic picture – but will their record results help or hurt them?

Tech’s biggest companies become richer than ever as pandemic wreaks economic havoc

Griff Jenkins reports from Washington, D.C. with a recap of the hearing with the CEOs of Facebook, Google, Apple and Amazon.Griff Jenkins reports from Washington, D.C. with a recap of the hearing with the CEOs of Facebook, Google, Apple and Amazon.

Big Tech CEOs slammed by both sides of aisle during contentious House hearing [Video]

Perry Mason moments don’t occur often, but when they do they are vividly etched in our memory. One occurred Wednesday when the leaders of the nation’s four Big Tech companies were called to...Perry Mason moments don’t occur often, but when they do they are vividly etched in our memory. One occurred Wednesday when the leaders of the nation’s four Big Tech companies were called to...

Antitrust Hearing: Congress Sees Hit Men in All Directions | RealClearPolitics

Big Tech - Wikipedia

News, analysis and comment from the Financial Times, the worldʼs leading global business publication

Subscribe to read | Financial Times

Amazon posted $5.2 billion in profits in the second quarter, doubling its bottom line from the same quarter a year ago, despite spending more than $4 billion on…Amazon posted $5.2 billion in profits in the second quarter, doubling its bottom line from the same quarter a year ago, despite spending more than $4 billion on COVID-19 initiatives. The company’s net…

Amazon doubles quarterly profits to $5.2B, crushes expectations in ‘highly unusual quarter’ - GeekWire

Even though the tech industry’s four biggest companies were stung by a slowdown in spending, they reported a combined $28 billion in profits on Thursday.Even though the tech industry’s four biggest companies were stung by a slowdown in spending, they reported a combined $28 billion in profits on Thursday.

403 Forbidden

Amid a global pandemic and concerted antitrust scrutiny, the four giants of Big Tech are just getting bigger.Amid a global pandemic and concerted antitrust scrutiny, the four giants of Big Tech are just getting bigger.

Pandemic? Antitrust? No worries for Big Tech, which racked up $200 billion in sales anyway - MarketWatch

S&P 500 futures are gaining ground in premarket trading as Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Alphabet beat analyst estimates on earnings and revenue.S&P 500 futures are gaining ground in premarket trading as Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Alphabet beat analyst estimates on earnings and revenue.

Plus, Facebook's Q2 sales top estimates thanks to ads while Pinterest's sales lift as advertisers and users return.Plus, Facebook's Q2 sales top estimates thanks to ads while Pinterest's sales lift as advertisers and users return.

Earnings roundup: Google falls for the first time ever

Shares of Amazon.com Inc., Facebook Inc., Apple Inc. and Alphabet Inc. built on already-torrid rallies after each reported earnings or revenue that crushed analyst estimates.

Day after Congress grilling, Big Tech stocks add US$250B in market cap - BNN Bloomberg

Today after the bell, Apple, Alphabet, Facebook and Amazon reported their earnings results. The group's collected earnings beats are especially impressive given that they came during a quarter in which the economy contracted, meaning that their combined, relative share of the U.S. economy went upToday after the bell, Apple, Alphabet, Facebook and Amazon reported their earnings results. The group's collected earnings beats are especially impressive given that they came during a quarter in which the economy contracted, meaning that their combined, relative share of the U.S. economy went up

Big tech crushes Q2 earnings expectations

Big Tech firms delivered robust results Thursday, underscoring growing consumer reliance on giants like Amazon during the pandemic as well as their extraordinary economic power – the subject of a heated U.S. congressional hearing a day earlier.

Big Tech firms see robust results in pandemic-hit quarter - CGTN

When Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos testified before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Wednesday, US Congress members brought into question the retail giant's apparent power over third-party sellers, which seems to extend beyond its own marketplace.When Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos testified before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Wednesday, US Congress members brought into question the retail giant's apparent power over third-party sellers, which seems to extend beyond its own marketplace.

Amazon's online retail dominance may be partly explained by high seller fees - TechSpot

A day after Congress summoned the CEOs of Apple, Google, Amazon and Facebook to speak, the companies reported their quarterly earnings. All four companies are making pandemic profits as the overall economy tanks — and the coronavirus makes it even easier for them to maintain their competitive advantages.The day after a pandemic

In the pandemic economy, tech companies are raking it in - The Verge

Jul 30, 2020 - It's a big day on Wall Street.Jul 30, 2020 - It's a big day on Wall Street.

After Congressional frying, Amazon, Alphabet, Apple, and Facebook CEOs will release earnings reports today | Georgia Straight Vancouver's News & Entertainment Weekly

Lawmakers in the EU have had it with Apple and other Big Tech firms unfairly favoring their own offerings over those of rivals.

EU Proposes New Laws to Rein in Big Tech - Thurrott.com

Will the grilling of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google executives lead to any tangible change?Will the grilling of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google executives lead to any tangible change?

Tech Tent: Congressman, that's a great question! - BBC News

Nearly 500 pages of evidence were made public during the House Judiciary’s marathon hearing this week on potential anti-competitive actions by Amazon, Facebook, Google and Apple . We’ve collected them here with added context and an omnibus, searchable version for anyone who’d rather not juggle four dozen documents. The emails, chat logs and other communications […]Nearly 500 pages of evidence were made public during the House Judiciary’s marathon hearing this week on potential anti-competitive actions by Amazon, Facebook, Google and Apple . We’ve collected them here with added context and an omnibus, searchable version for anyone who’d rather not juggle four dozen documents. The emails, chat logs and other communications […]

Secret documents from US antitrust probe reveal big tech’s plot to control or crush the competition – TechCrunch

The CEOs of Amazon, Facebook, Apple and Google faced questions about whether they improperly abuse their dominant positionThe CEOs of Amazon, Facebook, Apple and Google faced questions about whether they improperly abuse their dominant position

Everything You Need to Know About the Big Tech Antitrust Hearing - WSJ

Marathon session was nearly two different hearings, depending on party of questioner.Marathon session was nearly two different hearings, depending on party of questioner.

“This is a very dangerous situation”: Big Tech’s day on the Hill | Ars Technica

Marathon session was nearly two different hearings, depending on party of questioner.Marathon session was nearly two different hearings, depending on party of questioner.

“This is a very dangerous situation”: Big Tech’s day on the Hill | Ars Technica

Accountability is coming—not just because Congress had an impressive hearing this week, but because the confluence of crises now demand action.Accountability is coming—not just because Congress had an impressive hearing this week, but because the confluence of crises now demand action.

For Big Tech, There’s No Winning This Round | WIRED

The report comes after Amazon's boss attended a contentious antitrust hearing Wednesday, in which he tried to de-emphasize the company's influence.The report comes after Amazon's boss attended a contentious antitrust hearing Wednesday, in which he tried to de-emphasize the company's influence.

A day after Jeff Bezos downplayed Amazon's power, it posts record profit - CNET

Big Tech testified to lawmakers over concerns of antitrust and anti-competitive practices. Under the theater, there were some important things every American needs to know.Big Tech testified to lawmakers over concerns of antitrust and anti-competitive practices. Under the theater, there were some important things every American needs to know.

Top things we learned from Google, Amazon, Apple, and Facebook's congressional grilling | Android Central

Shares of Apple , Amazon and Facebook surged in extended trading on Thursday, with Alphabet also climbing, as quarterly reports from the Big Tech quartet added fuel to Wall Street's four-month rally.Shares of Apple , Amazon and Facebook surged in extended trading on Thursday, with Alphabet also climbing, as quarterly reports from the Big Tech quartet added fuel to Wall Street's four-month rally.

Big Tech surges as reports impress in coronavirus downturn - Reuters

Amazon and Apple have reported major quarterly gains, with Jeff Bezos' brainchild posting its biggest-ever profit and Apple seeing strong earnings, even as Covid-19 drives the US economy into its worst contraction on record.Amazon and Apple have reported major quarterly gains, with Jeff Bezos' brainchild posting its biggest-ever profit and Apple seeing strong earnings, even as Covid-19 drives the US economy into its worst contraction on record.

Amazon posts record profits as Apple thanks stimulus aid for forecast-beating earnings, despite worst US quarter on record — RT Business News

Wednesday's high-profile tech hearing could end up having real consequences for the four companies, as critics sharpen their case against the tech industry.Beyond the theatrics, the high-profile hearing could end up having real consequences for the world's biggest technology companies.

Break up Big Tech? With congressional probe, the idea may be gaining steam

The antitrust subcommittee’s interrogation of top tech CEOs was longer on bluster than substance, leading some observers to conclude that a break-up of big tech companies isn’t in store.The antitrust subcommittee’s interrogation of top tech CEOs was longer on bluster than substance, leading some observers to conclude that a break-up of big tech companies isn’t in store.

Tech Giants Aren’t Likely to be Busted Up by Regulators. Here’s Why. - Barron's

CEO Jeff Bezos called the second quarter "another highly unusual quarter" amid the current coronavirus pandemic.CEO Jeff Bezos called the second quarter "another highly unusual quarter" amid the current coronavirus pandemic.

Amazon Earnings Smash Forecasts in 'Highly Unusual Quarter' - Variety

Apple Inc, Amazon.com Inc, Facebook Inc and Google's parent company Alphabet Inc each posted profits or revenue that far exceeded analysts' expectations after the closing bell on Thursday.Apple Inc, Amazon.com Inc, Facebook Inc and Google's parent company Alphabet Inc each posted profits or revenue that far exceeded analysts' expectations after the closing bell on Thursday.

Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google add $250billion to their combined market value | Daily Mail Online