M&A Deal Summary

Google Acquires 2Web Technologies

On June 1, 2006, Google acquired software company 2Web Technologies

Acquisition Highlights
  • This is Google’s 15th transaction in the Software sector.
  • This is Google’s 22nd transaction in the United States.
  • This is Google’s 3rd transaction in New York.

M&A Deal Summary

Date 2006-06-01
Target 2Web Technologies
Sector Software
Buyer(s) Google
Deal Type Add-on Acquisition

Target

2Web Technologies

New York, New York, United States
2Web Technologies a software company it provides making spreadsheet software, and the spreadsheets themselves, available on the web.

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Buyer(S) 1

Buyer

Google

Mountain View, California, United States

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Category Company
Founded 1998
Sector Internet Software and Services
Employees190,234
Revenue 282.8B USD (2022)
DESCRIPTION
View of Google's corporate campus in Mountain View, California.
View of Google's corporate campus in Mountain View, California.

Google is a global provider of search and advertising services. In addition to its search engine, Google offers online tools and platforms including: Gmail, Google Apps, Google Maps, and YouTube. Google was incorporated in 1998 and is based in Mountain View, California.


DEAL STATS #
Overall 27 of 222
Sector (Software) 15 of 76
Type (Add-on Acquisition) 25 of 214
State (New York) 3 of 15
Country (United States) 22 of 175
Year (2006) 5 of 9
PREVIOUS DEAL
DATE TARGET DEAL TYPE VALUE
2006-03-14 Last Software

Bolder, Colorado, United States

Last Software, Inc.provides 3D modeling software.This software was made to be useful for civil engineers and architects.

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FOLLOWING DEAL
DATE TARGET DEAL TYPE VALUE
2006-07-15 Nevengineering

Santa Monica, California, United States

Neven Vision provides a technology and expertise around automatically extracting information from a photo. It could be as simple as detecting whether or not a photo contains a person, or, one day, as complex as recognizing people, places, and objects.

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