Jess Bachman, who did several of the fantastic illustrations for Bailout Nation, turns his attention to this epic infographic of all of Google’s acquisitions in the pipe:


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Category: Digital Media, M&A, Web/Tech

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5 Responses to “The History of Google Acquistions”

  1. David Merkel says:

    Reminds me of Cisco in the 90s, buying everything, and becoming an unfocused company/stock that goes nowhere.

  2. speaking of ‘Net Neutrality’…

    might be cool for yon’ Bachman to ‘Chart-out’ the *History(’84-~’010) of the TelCo(+Cable)-space..

    difficult in its conflation, TelCo (Split-Up, then, subsequent, Roll-Up)/ Cable (Roll-Up), but they ‘belong together’..


    What makes you think that, either(CSCO o GOOG), ‘Strategy’ envisions “stock-price appreciation” ?

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  4. waldo says:

    Zynga is not an acquisition. Google bought a stake which is apparently less than 10% of the company.

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