“Mountain View-based search giant Google Inc today announced they’ve acquired the internet for the astounding sum of $2,455.5 billion in cash. (…) In a conference call earlier today, Larry Page explained the strategy behind the acquisition. “We realized it’s not very cost-effective to buy the internet in smaller portions.” During the past two decades, Google had acquired YouTube for $1.65, DoubleClick for $3.1 billion, AOL for $12.5 billion, and last year, Microsoft for the record sum of $120 billion.”

(Googleblogoscoped, via Leibniz)

2 commenti a “FUTURO ANTERIORE”

  1. Picchiatello dice:

    Mi sono sempre chiesto come mai Google non voglia acquistare la Telecom…

  2. Cristian dice:

    Avrei una piccola aziendina da vendere. A dire il vero non va molto bene, ma ci si può lavorare sopra.

    Larry, ti interessa? Poco prezzo.