Google passed Intel and IBM to become the world’s second-most valuable technology company after Microsoft.
Shares in Google, which runs the most-used internet search engine, rose $20.70 to $443.03 in Nasdaq Stock Market composite trading last week, giving it a value of $130.9 billion. That compares with Intel’s market capitalisation of $128.3 billion, and IBM’s $127.7 billion.
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