Historic Day in Tech: Google Passes Microsoft's Market Cap
Oct 1st 2012 8:20PM
Updated Oct 1st 2012 8:32PM
For the first time in history, Google has officially surpassed Microsoft in terms of market cap. This achievement underscores Google's recent rally, having been up around 36% over the past three months. In the preceding video, Fool.com analyst Andrew Tonner provides the full rundown on the story and discusses the larger question of what this historic day in tech says about the current state of technology.
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