On October 2, 2015, Google had a corporate restructuring and became a subsidiary of Alphabet. For more metrics, please visit the Alphabet profile

Google is a multinational corporation that specializes in Internet-related services and products, which include online advertising technologies, a search engine, cloud computing, software, and hardware. The company offers a range of products for the general public, including Connected Home, Daydream View, Gmail, Google Duo, Google Play, Google+, Waze, and YouTube. It also provides products for businesses, such as AdMob, Blogger, G Suite, Google Ads, Google Merchant Center, Google Trends, Hire, Optimize, and Waze Local.

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

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Key People/Management at Google

Sundar Pichai

Sundar Pichai

Catherine Courage

Catherine Courage

VP, Ads & Commerce User Experience
Eve Andersson

Eve Andersson

Director of Inclusive Machine Learning & Accessibility Engineering
Daniel Alegre

Daniel Alegre

President, Global Retail, Shopping and Payments
Matt Brittin

Matt Brittin

President, EMEA Business & Operations
Kent Walker

Kent Walker

SVP of Global Affairs
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Google Office Locations

Google has offices in Mountain View, Ann Arbor, Atlanta, Austin and in 69 other locations
Mountain View, US (HQ)
1600 Amphitheatre Pkwy
Ann Arbor, US
2300 Traverwood Dr
Atlanta, US
10 10th St NE
Austin, US
500 W 2nd St #2900
Boulder, US
2600 Pearl St
Cambridge, US
355 Main St
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Google Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

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

Google Revenue

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Google's revenue was reported to be $74.99 b in FY, 2015 which is a 13.6% increase from the previous period.
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Google Operating Metrics

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3.50 b

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Google Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
AppSheetJanuary 14, 2020
PointyJanuary 14, 2020$163 m
Typhoon StudiosDecember 20, 2019
FitbitNovember 01, 2019$2.10 b
ElastifileJuly 09, 2019
LookerJune 06, 2019$2.60 b
aloomaFebruary 19, 2019
Fossil GroupJanuary 17, 2019$40 m
DevOps Research and AssessmentDecember 20, 2018
Where is my TrainDecember 07, 2018$40 m
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Google Revenue Breakdown

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Google revenue breakdown by business segment: 99.4% from Google and 0.6% from Other

Google revenue breakdown by geographic segment: 46.4% from United States, 9.4% from United Kingdom and 44.2% from Rest of the world

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Google Online and Social Media Presence

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Google Blogs

News Brief: February Updates from the Google News Initiative

February brought flowers and chocolate, but we had heart eyes for new journalist tools and events across the globe. Read on for more updates from the last month.   Supporting the future of news in Europe 190+ participants attended the first GNI EMEA summit, where we announced the expansion of the G…

Alalaô! Keep up with Carnaval 2020 on Google News

Break out your costumes and strike a pose: Brazil’s Carnaval starts today and lasts through February 26th. The five-day festival, which traces its roots back to the early 1700s, is now one of the largest festivals in the world with thousands of parties and millions of people celebrating across Braz…

Funding 21 news projects in the Middle East, Africa and Turkey

Finding new and meaningful ways to engage readers is a hot topic for news organizations of any size, and the first Google News Initiative (GNI) Innovation Challenge for the Middle East, Turkey and Africa prompted a myriad of different approaches. The GNI Innovation Challenges,  part of Google’s $30…

A home-grown news site for Peterborough

Editor’s note: Today’s guest post comes from John Baker, Chief Reporter, Peterborough Matters.  I’ve worked in local news for 15 years and experienced how meaningful it is to a community. As I’ve walked through the city from my home in Woodston and visited local people in Cathedral Square, Bretton,…

News Brief: January updates from the Google News Initiative

It’s only been one month of the new decade so far, but it feels more like one year. 2020 has been jam-packed. We hope you’re off to a fresh start - keep reading for a few highlights from January. Supporting Latino journalists across North and South America In partnership with the GNI, the National …

News Brief: December updates from the Google News Initiative

The last month of 2019 was jam-packed for the Google News Initiative. Read on for December highlights—there’s plenty to unwrap as we head into the new year. Focusing on local news in the heartland We hosted 32 local journalists at our Detroit, Michigan offices to kick off the relaunch of the Online…
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Google Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Google founded?

    Google was founded in 1998.

  • Who are Google key executives?

    Google's key executives are Sundar Pichai, Catherine Courage and Eve Andersson.

  • What is Google revenue?

    Latest Google annual revenue is $75 b.

  • Who are Google competitors?

    Competitors of Google include WhatsApp, Microsoft and Amazon.

  • Where is Google headquarters?

    Google headquarters is located at 1600 Amphitheatre Pkwy, Mountain View.

  • Where are Google offices?

    Google has offices in Mountain View, Ann Arbor, Atlanta, Austin and in 69 other locations.

  • How many offices does Google have?

    Google has 78 offices.