Better Buy: Google vs. Microsoft
byJul 22nd 2012 8:30AM
Motley Fool tech analyst Eric Bleeker and CTO Jeremy Phillips debate which tech powerhouse makes the better buy right now. Eric warns that Microsoft has struggled to profit from emerging markets, although it's taking steps to resolve this issue. Microsoft's issues and Google's continued growth make both analysts agree that Google is the better buy.
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