By Peter B. Thomas, Staff ReporterGoogle News is the search engine of choice for many people, but the company is also a company whose stock price can fluctuate significantly.
Google News was purchased by the online advertising company Interscope Inc. for $1.5 billion in January 2016.
At the time, the company said that the acquisition would help it expand its search engine to the Internet’s largest digital advertising market, Facebook.
In November 2016, Intersphere announced that it would acquire the remaining 10 percent of Google’s search revenue, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal.
Since then, Google has made a number of acquisitions, but it has also been struggling with competition from Yahoo, Microsoft and other Internet search engines.
Google acquired Yahoo in July 2016, while Microsoft acquired Bing in October 2016.
It is also one of the most-discussed and highly valued companies in Silicon Valley, which has contributed heavily to Google’s success.
However, Google’s stock price has taken a hit in recent years.
It has lost more than half of its value since its November 2016 takeover price.
For example, the stock fell from $16.25 in November 2016 to $9.25 on May 1, 2017.