Google's Stock Sets New All-Time High

Despite weak numbers posted by Motorola Mobility a few days ago, Google's third-quarter earnings, triggered a stock price jump of over 10 percent and set a new record at just over $1,000 per share. 

To Google's credit, it has seen strong growth in the Android phone sales, paid clicks, and advertising with its partners. Since its IPO in 2004, Google has continued to show strong growth more or less consistently. If it continue to prepare itself this well for a mobile-driven world, it probably won't be losing relevance any time soon.

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  • TeKEffect
    Not it's not half a story. It's not comparing Google to Apple. Google is hitting a all time for its share price. No one said it's market cap surpassed apple.
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  • back_by_demand
    How many shares are there? The amount per share is far more than the figure Apple peaked at, but if there are half as many shares then company total value is much less. Half a story here.
  • Sangeet Khatri
    I am not a guy who knows a lot about commerce and all, but all I know is that Google packs the most innovation that any tech company ever does.

    Hence it is always good to see a good innovative company gain Market Value. Good to see that.
  • TeKEffect
    Not it's not half a story. It's not comparing Google to Apple. Google is hitting a all time for its share price. No one said it's market cap surpassed apple.