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The Innovations of Google, Inc. and Their Related Effects. Ryan Mercier. Founded in 1998 Co-founders: Larry Page Sergey Brin Dr. Eric Schmidt - CEO, 2001. MISSION: “to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful”. Company Background. Search Engines

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Company background

Founded in 1998

Co-founders:

Larry Page

Sergey Brin

Dr. Eric Schmidt - CEO, 2001

MISSION:

“to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful”

Company Background


Innovations and services

Search Engines

Google Toolbar

AdWord

AdSense

Gmail

Desktop Search

Photo Management

Satellite Mapping

Blogger

Froogle

Google SMS

And many others…

Innovations and Services


Google s threat to microsoft

Expanded into the #1 search engine worldwide, with 380 million users each month

Beginning to control what PC users see first

Have obtained more than 100 Microsoft employees

Offering similar products for little or no cost

MICROSOFT’S ANSWER:

Pushing for the emergence of more innovative ideas

Ad Ware

Project Underdog

Stake in AOL

Google’s Threat to Microsoft



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