The arbitration court in Moscow approved the deal which lasts for six years and nine months, Russian news agencies said.
Toshiba is expected to negotiate with individual candidates this month.
Google’s advertising crisis went global after some of the biggest marketers including AT&T Inc. and Johnson & Johnson halted spending on YouTube and the internet company’s display network, citing concern their ads would run alongside offensive videos.
Company givng $11.5M in grants to groups studying disparities in justice system
Japanese media said it was the first decision by the nation's top court involving the "right to be forgotten" relating to Internet searches.
Apple falls to second place; Amazon at number 3
Search engine giant denies any tax evasion
Google is being accused of using practices aimed at preserve its market dominance
Government frequently seeks court orders to force tech companies to help unlock mobile devices, rights group finds
Google will donate $1mn to help UNICEF map Zika outbreaks
EU Competition Commissioner has given the signal that she is prepared to investigate complaints against backdated settlement
US lawmakers are pressing Silicon Valley tech firms, including Google, Facebook and Twitter, to do more to combat terrorist activity on social networks in the wake of the San Bernardino shootings.
Lawsuit sheds light on no poaching policy at Silicon Valley’s biggest companies
Searches for oncoming storms will display information such as maps, forecasts, reminders and preparedness instructions
New reports claim parent company Alphabet is attempting to fight malaria and other diseases transmitted via insects
Google Inc is changing its operating structure by setting up a new company called Alphabet Inc, which will include the search business and a number of other units.
Google shares rose 13% on Friday, which gives suggestions that the total worth is worth over $50bn
The US Supreme court has rejected Google's appeal.
A week before Apple Music launches, Google jumps into online streaming battle