Around 232 businesses owned by Google are valued at $20.90 billion.
Among these businesses, some top companies make more profit than any other companies of Google.
They are — YouTube, Fitbit, Looker, Nest, and many more.
What Companies Does Google Own?
Google owns around 232 companies which cost around $20.90 billion. However, it is nothing for a technological company like Google. Some of the companies’ names have been given below to understand better at a glance:
- Alphabet Inc
- Feed Burner
- Life Science
- YouTube and (many more)
There are a gigantic number of people who can earn money through Google AdSense. Today’s young generations depend on it. Besides, they can earn money through YouTube ad revenue too. It is an open marketplace for everyone.
What are the Top 7 Businesses that Google owns?
We have given some information about the owning companies of Google earlier. Now, some businesses are making more than any other companies of Google. So, the top 7 companies’ Google names and their worth have been given below to understand better at a glance:
|Name of the Top Companies||Net Worth|
|Double Click||$3.1 billion|
From these companies, Google makes astronomical amounts of money. According to simple calculations, the company makes more than $50 million every day on average.
How Many Companies Has Google Taken Over?
We have already said which are the top companies of Google. But does anyone know how many companies Google has taken over? Let’s figure it out.
In the last 5 years, Google has taken over 20 companies. Among these, 13 of them came from private firms. In 2011, Google acquired the largest acquisition company in the world by getting a company for $12.5 billion called Motorola Mobility.
According to Merge, Google’s most targeted sectors are internet service and software. The company acquires around 47% of the Internet Services and only 35% of the Software Services. Moreover, the company is currently working in 14 different countries.
Who Owns the Most Percentage of Google?
According to Wall Street Zen, Vanguard Group Inc got the most percentage of Google which is about 7.13% and its worth is about $97 billion, at this time. The second investor is Blackrock Inc which gets 6.15% and its worth is around $83.99 billion.
Moreover, we have managed to gather some other information as well. Around 63.73% of shares are owned by institutional stakeholders. Only 3.43% of shares are owned by Google Insiders. And 32.84% of shares are owned by retail investors.
There is other information about an individual shareholder who owns Google’s shares. Brin Sergey is the largest individual stakeholder who gets 2.91% of the company which is worth more than $39.70 billion, at this time.
In 2022, Larry Page got the ownership of 6.1% of the company. Moreover, he and Brin Sergey got most of the ownership of Alphabet Inc. This company is Google’s parent company and got the majority of the voting power of 51.2%.
Who is Bigger, Amazon or Google?
It is hard for us to tell which one is better than another. However, there is a possibility that Google is bigger than Amazon. Each of them is worth nearly $2.5 trillion. Let’s figure it out then.
Amazon has an estimated net worth of $1.7 trillion, thanks to its massive sales and services. However, Google has an estimated net worth of $2 trillion, thanks to its parenting company named Alphabet Inc.
Aside from Google and Amazon, Elon Musk is also catching up to them. He has an estimated net worth of $1 trillion. And his market cap is around $1.25 trillion.
What is the sister Company of Google?
There are several sister companies of Google in the world. Among those companies, Varily worked on some tools to aid its users during the pandemic, COVID-19. This company is a part of Alphabet Inc which is called Other Bets.
There are other companies as well. They are Calico, Access, CapitalG, Waymo, X, and GV.
What is Google’s Worth?
As of this writing, Google has an estimated net worth of $2 trillion, thanks to its gigantic network around the world. They are a software and technology company based on advertisements, cloud computing, search engine, quantum computing, computer service, and other services.