Author: Ruchi Gupta

Ruchi Gupta works as an analyst covering various beats—from telecom to internet and from mobile to semiconductors. Previously, she had stints with companies like Genpact (for its GE domain), Zacks Research, and ABN AMRO Bank, spanning a period of five years. She holds a first degree in accountancy and a post-graduate diploma in business administration (first class) from the International School and Business and Media in India.

Dish Wireless requires $10 billion for its network buildout, but it only has $1.9 billion in the bank. The FCC bars it from selling spectrum to raise cash.

Google (GOOGL) employees are petitioning the company to not accept contracts from US immigration agencies that commit human rights violations.

Netflix will spend $15 billion on content this year alone—up from $12 billion last year. Some analysts started to sound the alarm about Netflix’s spending.

Zero-click searches on Google reached an all-time high of 50.3% in June. This finding could raise more questions about its dominance of the Internet search market.

In April, Google (GOOGL) unveiled Cloud for Retail, a package of cloud computing solutions specifically designed for retailers.

Google (GOOGL) thinks that the French digital tax could generate disputes about whether or not the revenues come from France.

Close to two dozen job listing sites in Europe have complained to regulators about Google, which launched an online job search service two years ago.

Facebook (FB) hired people to review and transcribe voice chats on its Messenger app, according to a Bloomberg report.

In an effort to challenge Netflix, France Télévisions, TF1, and M6 plan to launch a subscription video service called Salto as early as Q1 2020.