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Alphabet, the multinational parent of Google and Google subsidiaries, was created through a restructuring at Google in 2015. Largely owing to Google’s success and YouTube’s rapid growth, Alphabet is the world’s leader in digital ad revenue and cracked the Fortune 500’s top 10 for the first time in 2020, with some $183 billion in revenue and more than $40 billion in profits. In recent years, Alphabet and other tech giants have come under regulatory scrutiny in the U.S. and abroad for possible breaches in user data privacy and security. As of 2021 Alphabet still faces federal and state antitrust lawsuits, pressure from a newly formed employee union, and scrutiny over problematic content disseminated on YouTube.
Lists ranking Alphabet
Global 500 - 2022Aggregate sales hit $37.8 trillion last year—an in...READ MOREview in list
Fortune 500 - 2022This year’s Fortune 500 marks the 68th running of ...READ MOREview in list
World’s Most Admired Companies - 2022Just as it dominates our economy, Big Tech now dom...READ MOREview in list
100 Fastest-Growing Companies - 2021Collectively, the ranked companies produced a thre...READ MOREview in list
Change the World - 2020As we face unprecedented collective challenges, co...READ MOREview in list