The company locks up too much of its value.
News & Analysis: Alphabet (C shares)
The tech giant wants to bring artificial intelligence to bear on solving diseases like cancer, but the side effect of that could be a loss of our privacy.
And the music streaming app has a lot more room left to grow.
Will the search engine giant miss earnings expectations in Q4 like it did last quarter?
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The company's popular web browser will end support of third-party cookies advertisers use to better target their ads, but it doesn't really matter.
Advertising spending is expected to grow this year thanks to the U.S. presidential election and Summer Olympics, which should bode well for the likes of Facebook, Twitter, and Google.
This market will take a while to heat up, but keep an eye on these three.
Wall Street will be looking for the online search giant to kick 2020 off with news of more strong growth.
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