Google is ready to drop a significant sum of cash into a London plot of land that will one day be home to its U.K. headquarters, according to a Reuters report.
Google is investing 650 million pounds (about $1 billion) in a 2.4-acre plot at the Kings Cross Central development in London, Reuters reported yesterday, citing developers involved in the purchase. The company plans to build a one-million-square-foot building on the plot that will become its U.K. headquarters when it's finished in 2016.
Google currently operates U.K. offices in the Victoria and Holborn districts. Those … Read more