GOOGLE - Research the company's history from inception to the present. Write a paper detailing the company's history. In par

GOOGLE - Research the company
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Name: Instructor’s Name: Course: Date of Submission: GOOGLE Google is an organization made up of determined and smart people who learn via the thorough and wide Google experience. Even though Google is made up of people from dozens of different cultures and languages but the visions and goals of the company are persistent and are focused on the world-wide audience Google serves…

Introduction

That was when Google was born. Several days of brainstorming resulted in a name called ‘Google’ which is still used today. In august 1997, a $100,000 check was signed by co-founder Andy Bechtolsheim for Google Inc. which didn’t have any existence yet. Google’s first work place was established in Susan Wojcicki garage in the following September. On September 4, Google filed for incorporation and after that, Sergey and Larry opened a bank account in Google’s name and deposited the check signed by Andy (Brin, Sergey, and Larry Page). In December 1998, Google was reported as a search engine for Top 100 Web Sites for 1998. In 1999, the garage office was abandoned by Page and Sergey to move to 165 University Avenue located in Palo Alto with a team of eight employees. The first non-engineer, Omid Kordestani joined in May 1999 as a salesperson. In August 1999, Google Inc. moved to its first Mountain View area at 2400 E. Bayshore. It was few miles from Stanford University which is north of Silicon Valley, Santa Clara, Sunnyvale, and San Jose (Battelle, John; pgs 130-140). ...
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