Sundar Pichai makes the comments on CNN as Google is reportedly facing an antitrust probe from the Justice Department.
Security software vendor CrowdStrike began trading on the Nasdaq under the ticker symbol "CRWD."
Google fired about half a dozen of its largest lobby firms as the DOJ is reportedly probing the company, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Assistant Attorney General Makan Delrahim laid out some possible antitrust arguments against big tech companies in a new speech. His office is reportedly overseeing possible investigations into Google parent company Alphabet and Apple.
The company has faced criticism for opposing a Seattle tax on big businesses meant to combat the city's homeless problem.
In a live interview with CNBC, Trump addressed antitrust issues, saying, "obviously there is something going on in terms of monopoly."
Twitter's list function helps users curate the people they follow, but some use it to target others with hateful messages.
Shares of Zoom jump after the company beats on revenue and guidance in its first earnings report since its IPO.
Tesla had its second best day of the week following a report that it is offering steep incentives to employees to meet delivery goals.
Mark Stevens previously served as a partner at Sequoia Capital and is a part owner and executive board member of the Warriors.