Google-eyed for growth

As Google leapfrogs its large cap peers, analysts are bullish and investors are buying Larry Page's innovation dream.

Google, the company that was quickly turned into a verb in a way not seen since Hoover became the Americans' choice term for vacuuming, can now lay claim to being the second biggest US company on the market.

Last Friday the tech giant leap-frogged the former number two, ExxonMobil, which has seen a slump in its shares due to low oil prices. 

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