The only statement they need to make is for their investors.
And their market cap is right around a quarter trillion dollars.
The stock is trading at $800 a share.
On Monday, will see what impact their decision to ignore Easter has on their stock price.
I hate to tell you, but it will be none. They have these controversies all the time and it has never done a thing for stock price. The capitalization of their stock means average buyers, even massing together, couldn't impact it. Too many institutions own millions of shares and they look at one thing only, bottom line performance. Google, no matter how much we hate them, is going up in the near term. (not saying there won't be ups and downs, happens with all stocks, but nothing that will send a message).