Ruth Porat, the Wall Street hotshot Google hired in March, says enlisting more women isn't just good for society, it's good for a company's bottom line.
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Part of Google's bombshell restructuring, under a new parent called Alphabet, is that its most recent top hire -- CFO Ruth Porat -- gets even more power. Here's what the financial issues look like for Porat and Co.
The search giant says it's "recalculating" its strategy for its effort to create phones with interchangeable parts.
Google's soaring stock price comes after the company announced second-quarter sales of $14.35 billion and a profit of $6.99 a share.
The search giant has been trying to take a more measured approach with costs, especially as its cash cow search engine faces more competition.
Ruth Porat, a Silicon Valley native, will head west from the marquee Wall Street firm, where she had a hand in a number of technology ventures.
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A dedicated site hosts women connected to the White House telling their favourite stories of trailblazing women in science and technology.
An unaired "SNL" sketch reveals what happens when you've written 10,000 tweets. You get a celebrity kiss, a visit from Woody Harrelson dressed as God and an elaborate music-dance routine.