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Innovacion

Estas son las empresas más innovadoras del mundo

Apple ocupa el primer lugar este año, con Alphabet en segundo lugar y Amazon en tercero.

Como Apple: Estas son las próximas empresas que ingresarán al 'club del billón de dólares'

Hasta ahora, solamente Amazon, Microsoft, Apple y Alphabet (matriz de Google) han logrado alcanzar el valor de capitalización del millón de millones de dólares.

Apple, Comcast, Alphabet Among Big Companies Pledging Money to Fight Inequality

But not all Fortune 100 companies are donating, nor is the money consistent with company coffers. In fact, a few tech billionaires have donated more than some companies.

Google Can Do Well Only If Others Do Well, Says CEO Sundar Pichai

Alphabet and Google CEO Pichai dismissed risks of Google becoming too powerful.

Alphabet está cada vez más cerca del billón de dólares

La compañía encargada de Google, se ubicó dentro del 1% del umbral de un billón de dólares tras acumular un alza de 7% en sus acciones.

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