Google is a multinational corporation that is specialized in Internet-related services and products. The Company’s product portfolio includes Google Search, which provides users with access to information online; Knowledge Graph that allows users to search for things, people or places as well as builds systems recognizing speech and understanding natural language; Google Now, which provides information to users when they need it; Product Listing Ads that offer product image, price and merchant information; AdWords, an auction-based advertising program; AdSense, which enables websites that are part of the Google Network to deliver ads; Google Display, a display advertising network; DoubleClick Ad Exchange, a marketplace for the trading display ad space; and YouTube that offers video, interactive and other ad formats.
Additionally, Google offers Android, an open-source mobile software platform; hardware products, including Chromebook, Chrome, Chromecast and Nexus devices; Google+, a social platform for sharing content with others; Google Play, a cloud-based digital entertainment store for apps, music, books and movies; Google Drive, a place for users to create, share, collaborate and keep their stuff; and Google Wallet, a virtual wallet for in-store contactless payments. Further, The Company provides Google Apps, which include Gmail, Calendar and Google Sites that are built for people to work anywhere, anytime, on any device without loss of security or control; Google Earth Enterprise, a software solution for imagery and data visualization; Google BigQuery for real-time analytics; Google Cloud SQL for structured query language; and Google Compute Engine, an Infrastructure-as-a-service-Platform. Google also offers mobile wireless devices, and related products and services.

Parent Company
Mountain View, US
Google was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Mountain View, US

Key People at Google

Sundar Pichai

Sundar Pichai

Ruth Porat

Ruth Porat

David Drummond

David Drummond

Senior VP & CLO
Sridhar Ramaswamy

Sridhar Ramaswamy

Senior VP

Google Office Locations

Google has offices in Mountain View, Mexico City, Haifa, Tel Aviv and in 97 other locations
Mountain View, US (HQ)
1600 Amphitheatre Pkwy
Bucharest, RO
Str. C. A. Rosetti nr. 17
Dubai, AE
Building No 17, Dubai Internet City
Istanbul, TR
Kanyon Ofis Binasi Kat. 6, Buyukdere Cad. No. 185
Tel Aviv, IL
Levinstein Tower, 23 Menachem Begin Road
Haifa, IL
Building 30, Advanced Technology Center
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Google Data and Metrics

Google Summary

In total, Google had raised $36.1 m. Google is a subsidiary of Alphabet

Google Financial Metrics

Google's revenue was reported to be $75 b in FY, 2015 which is a 14% increase from the previous period.
USDFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015


55.5 b66 b75 b

Revenue growth, %


Cost of goods sold

22 b25.7 b28.2 b

Gross profit

33.5 b40.3 b46.8 b

Gross profit Margin, %


Sales and marketing expense

6.6 b8.1 b9 b

R&D expense

7.1 b9.8 b12.3 b

General and administrative expense

4.4 b5.9 b6.1 b

Operating expense total

18.1 b23.8 b27.5 b


15.4 b16.5 b19.4 b

EBIT margin, %


Pre tax profit

15.9 b17.3 b19.7 b

Income tax expense

2.7 b3.6 b3.3 b

Net Income

12.7 b14.1 b16.3 b
USDFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015


18.9 b18.3 b16.5 b

Accounts Receivable

8.9 b9.4 b11.6 b

Current Assets

72.9 b78.7 b90.1 b


16.5 b23.9 b29 b


11.5 b15.6 b15.9 b

Total Assets

110.9 b129.2 b147.5 b

Accounts Payable

2.5 b1.7 b1.9 b

Total Debt

5.2 b5.2 b5.2 b

Current Liabilities

15.9 b16.8 b19.3 b

Retained Earnings

61.3 b75.1 b90.9 b

Total Equity

87.3 b103.9 b120.3 b

Debt to Equity Ratio

0.1 x0.1 x0 x

Debt to Assets Ratio

0 x0 x0 x

Financial Leverage

1.3 x1.2 x1.2 x
USDFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015

Net Income

12.7 b14.1 b16.3 b

Cash From Operating Activities

18.7 b22.4 b26 b

Purchases of PP&E

(7.4 b)(11 b)(9.9 b)

Cash From Investing Activities

(13.7 b)(21.1 b)(23.7 b)

Cash From Financing Activities

(857 m)(1.4 b)(3.7 b)

Google Operating Metrics

Y, 2016May, 2017Jun, 2017

Average Searches per Second

2.3 m

Android Monthly Active Users

2 b

Android Pay Users

25 m

Google Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Acquired CompanyDateDeal Size
Owlchemy LabsMay 10, 2017
KaggleMarch 07, 2017
ApigeeJanuary 10, 2017$625 m
Limes AudioJanuary 06, 2017
EyeFluenceOctober 24, 2016
FameBitOctober 11, 2016
Api.aiSeptember 19, 2016
Urban EnginesSeptember 15, 2016
OrbiteraAugust 08, 2016
DeepMindJanuary 26, 2014$500 m

Traffic Overview of Google

Google Online and Social Media Presence

Google News and Updates

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Accused of underpaying women, Google says it's too expensive to get wage data

Officials said it was too financially burdensome and logistically challenging to hand over salary records that the government requested in discrimination case

We’re set to reach 100% renewable energy — and it’s just the beginning

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Workday acquires the team behind Pattern, a young startup founded by ex-Googlers

 The team behind Pattern, a two-year-old, Redwood City, Calif.- based startup, has been quietly acquired by Workday, the financial management and HR software vendor that went public in 2012 as now boasts a market cap of $20.9 billion. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Pattern CEO Derek Draper, w…

Googler’s anti-diversity manifesto highlights the need for diversity in tech

  Unlike most of us, people at Google had a less-than-relaxing weekend because of a document authored and shared widely within the company by a male employee. It was a 10-page manifesto proclaiming the need to dismantle diversity programs within the organization. The screed, titled ‘Google’s Ideolog…

This dev brilliantly described every single thing that happens when you visit

When you’re looking for a tech job, a common (clichéd, even) interview question is “what happens when you type into Chrome and hit the return key.” The aim is to see if you understand the fundamentals of how the Internet works — stuff like DNS, HTTP, and ARP. If you’ve got an interview co…
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