Global  

Alphabet Shares Surge 9% After Trump Praises Google for Coronavirus Website

Newsmax Friday, 13 March 2020
Shares of Google parent Alphabet Inc. closed up more than 9% after U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday the search giant would create a website to help determine whether individuals need a coronavirus test or not.
0
shares
ShareTweetSavePostSend
 
Video credit: WBZ CBS Boston - Published
News video: Google Developing National Coronavirus Website

Google Developing National Coronavirus Website 00:13

WBZ TV's Chris McKinnon reports.

Related videos from verified sources

Apple Launches Coronavirus Screening Website and App [Video]

Apple Launches Coronavirus Screening Website and App

Apple releases a new website and app, to help people get screened for the coronavirus.

Credit: Veuer     Duration: 00:53Published
Watch: Donald Trump shares inspiring stories amid battle against coronavirus [Video]

Watch: Donald Trump shares inspiring stories amid battle against coronavirus

US President Donald Trump shared some inspiring stories amid the coronavirus crisis looming in the country and the world. He narrated the story of a 7 year old who used his entire birthday savings to..

Credit: HT Digital Content     Duration: 01:57Published
Ad Points Out Trump’s Lies [Video]

Ad Points Out Trump’s Lies

An ad from a conservative website hammers President Donald Trump for lying about the availability of coronavirus tests.

Credit: HuffPost NOW News     Duration: 01:15Published

Related news from verified sources

Alphabet shares surge 9% after Trump praises Google for coronavirus website

Shares of Google parent Alphabet Inc closed up more than 9% after U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday the search giant would create a website to help...
Reuters

California opens 2 new coronavirus testing sites with help from Alphabet's Verily

The Google coronavirus website promised by President Donald Trump is rolling out to a couple more California locations.  On Monday, Alphabet-owned Verily and...
Mashable Also reported by •9to5GoogleReuters

Google tweeted a description of its coronavirus screening site hours after Trump touted it – and it sounds very different than the nationwide test Trump promised (GOOGL, GOOG)

Google tweeted a description of its coronavirus screening site hours after Trump touted it – and it sounds very different than the nationwide test Trump promised (GOOGL, GOOG)
· Verily, an Alphabet company, is building a website to help triage people for coronavirus testing in the Bay Area. · Earlier today, President Donald Trump...
Business Insider


Tweets about this