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WHEN MOONSHOTS FALL BACK TO EARTH

Google’s parent company loved sci-fi research, until it didn’t.

ALPHABET is in a pretty cushy place these days: Its revenue is growing, it has $78 billion in cash, and its $500 billion–plus market cap ranks among the top five of all publicly traded companies. The biggest complaint

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