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GOOG Mar 2025 135.000 call

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50.40+0.86 (+1.74%)
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Previous close49.54
Expiry date2025-03-21
Day's range50.40 - 50.40
Contract rangeN/A
Open interest69
  • Associated Press Finance

    Google CEO testifies at trial of collapsed startup Ozy Media and founder Carlos Watson

    Google CEO Sundar Pichai testified briefly Friday at the federal financial conspiracy trial surrounding buzz-to-bust startup Ozy Media, countering founder Carlos Watson's alleged claims that the search giant once sought to buy Ozy. Google did consider hiring Watson for a high-level news executive job in 2021 and putting $25 million into Ozy in something of a tradeoff for luring him away, Pichai told jurors. “Mr. Watson was a critical part of Ozy Media, and we were considering making an investment in the company to make the transition easier," he explained.

  • Bloomberg

    Google CEO Testifies at Ozy Trial, Denies $600 Million Offer

    (Bloomberg) -- Alphabet Inc. Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai took the witness stand at the fraud trial of Ozy Media Inc. co-founder Carlos Watson, testifying that the search giant never intended to buy the startup for any amount of money.Most Read from BloombergWells Fargo Fires Over a Dozen for ‘Simulation of Keyboard Activity’Southwest Plane Plunged Within 400 Feet of Ocean Near HawaiiBump Stock Ban Tossed Out by Supreme Court in Gun-Rights WinTesla Investors Get Behind Musk’s Fight for

  • Reuters

    Google loses bid to end US antitrust case over digital advertising

    Alphabet's Google must face trial on U.S. antitrust enforcers' claim that the internet search juggernaut illegally dominates the online advertising technology market, a federal judge ruled on Friday. U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema in Alexandria, Virginia, denied Google's motion during a hearing, according to court records. Google had argued for a win without a trial, saying that antitrust laws do not block companies from refusing to deal with rivals and that regulators had not accurately defined the ad tech market.