Alphabet subsidiary Google has agreed to acquire data analytics platform developer Looker, supplying an exit to Alphabet unit CapitalG.

Internet technology provider Google agreed yesterday to pay $2.6bn to acquire Looker, a US-based data analytics technology provider backed by CapitalG, the corporate venturing unit formerly known as Google Capital. Looker has built a platform that can take business intelligence data from a range of sources and use a proprietary data modelling code language to…

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