Thursday, July 26, 2012

Google SEC Filing Details Why It Paid $12.4 Billion For Motorola | TechCrunch

The Motorola Mobility mystery continues (other than the patent portfolio + cash part of the acquisition story)
"In an SEC filing, Google spelled out why it paid $12.4 billion for hardware maker Motorola Mobility, in a deal that closed in May. $5.5 billion of the total price was for intellectual property, specifically “patents and developed technology.” Another $2.9 billion was attributed to cash acquired, $2.6 billion was for “goodwill,” $730 million for customer relationships and $670 million was for “other net assets acquired.”"
Google SEC Filing Details Why It Paid $12.4 Billion For Motorola | TechCrunch
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