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Google was founded and owned by Larry Page, and Sergey Brin is an American multinational corporation that provides internet services. Google's corporate objectives aim at shaping the world's information, modify and make it useful and accessible to everybody. It aims at achieving that by providing a user friendly internet access that is relevant, fresh, faster and comprehensive. Innovation, as part of their objective, is aimed at giving them a market and competitive advantages over their competitors as Facebook and Apple. Its financial objective is to increase its return on investment constantly mainly through advertisements that are the main income generating investments (Nisha, 2014).
Google is a global company that not only provides its service in the United States where it is located, but also in more than 50 countries. Its services are also available in more than 100 languages. The company provides a range of products and services considering the demands of its customers. It offers products that are beyond search to avail all the information needed to get things done. Its products include Web Search (Customers can use this product to search billions of web pages), Mobile products, news, translation services, blog search, updates and alerts,
Google Chrome (a browser that is simple, secure and faster), image search, document creation, edit and opening services, online group discussions, scholarly papers and Code developing tools (Google.com). Its search is tailored to provide a range of results in order of their relevance. Sharing information is easy, enabling people to spend their time on what matters to their lives.
[...] Google Now provides information on GOOGLE INC. traffic and sport information. Google Knowledge Gap is used as search for people and places These include information on landmarks, sport teams, celebrities, geographical features, movies, among others. These features have enabled the company to provide the timely and right information, providing both a summary and the deeper information. The company provides advertisement services through AdWords that answers all advertisement questions. Advertisers can create adverts that match search texts with the related results. [...]
[...] GOOGLE INC. GOOGLE INC Introduction Google was founded and owned by Larry Page, and Sergey Brin is an American multinational corporation that provides internet services. Google's corporate objectives aim at 2 shaping the world's information, modify and make it useful and accessible to everybody. It aims at achieving that by providing a user friendly internet access that is relevant, fresh, faster and comprehensive. Innovation, as part of their objective, is aimed at giving them a market and competitive advantages over their competitors as Facebook and Apple. [...]
[...] (2014). Corporate objectives. Retrieved July from: http://www.scribd.com/doc/64554791/Corporate-Objectives Paul, R. (2014). Google's evil stock split. Retrieved July from: http://buzz.money.cnn.com/2014/04/01/google-stock-split/ Reuters.com. (2014). Google Inc. (GOOG.O). Retrieved July from: http://www.reuters.com/finance/stocks/companyProfile?symbol=GOOG.O Steven, R. (2014). What Google's stock split means for you. [...]
[...] GOOGLE INC Google sells its investment in the form of shares. Its shares are divided into Class B and C shares. It introduced into the market 330 million non-voting class C shares in April 2013. However, initially the company offered its initial public offer to raise its capital. The CEO, Larry Page, its chairman, Eric Schmidt and Google co-founder Sergey Brin controls a whopping 61% of the total shares of the company. They own the largest share of the Class B shares, giving them an absolute voting power. [...]
[...] From 2006, its shares have been listed in share markets such as the Standard & Poor's 500 index. The move led to the replacement of Burlington in the share index, leading to a rise of Google's share price by 7%. The company stock ticker symbol is GOOG. The Class A shares are traded under the company's ticker symbol while the Class C shares trade under the GOOG symbol. GOOGLE INC. Bibliography Adam, O. (2007). Google vs. Everyone: 10 markets where Google wants to win. Retrieved July from: http://mashable.com/2007/07/06/google-vs-everyone/ Google products website: http://www.google.com/intl/en/about/products/ Nisha, F. [...]
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