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As part of their green initiative, Google regularly rents goats to mow the lawns of their Mountain View Headquarters.
No part of a Google office is allowed to be more than 150 feet away from some kind of food. See more
In early 2015, Apple became the first ever $700 billion company. More recently, Apple overtook Google as the most valuable brand in the world. See more
Google employees in the US get death benefits guaranteeing that the surviving spouse will receive 50% of their salary every year for the next decade. See more
The first Google computer storage was built with Legos. See more
The first ever Google Doodle was a Burning Man stick figure that came out on August 30, 1998. See more
Google uses a web tool called foo.bar to recruit new employees based on what they search for online. See more
Since 2010, Google has been acquiring an average of one company every week. See more
Google's "I'm Feeling Lucky" button costs the company $110 million every year, because it bypasses all ads to go to the top search immediately. See more
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