According to the Macquarie website, Google would have made around Apple $ 1 billion in 2011 to make Google Search the default search engine on Safari. An incredibly high cost that would have contributed to Apple's success over the last fiscal period of the year.
Google would have around $ 1 billion to make its search engine the default on Safari. Some of you would tend to wonder why Google pays such a direct competitor? In reality, it would be a logical strategic movement, since Internet surfing is growing at a normal rate at the moment and Google's advertising revenues being so large, the American glove cannot do without the constant growth that it brings. Apple. This is of course all the benefit for Cupertino, who would thus benefit from the contribution of a billion dollars from its direct competitor without lifting a finger.
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