The design of the 42-acre "Bayview" expansion, which is set for completion in 2015, reportedly grew out of a mountain of Google data.
Web giant is spending $120 million to beef up its Mountain View, Calif., headquarters, according to filings with the city reviewed by the San Jose Mercury News.
During the search giant's "National Engineers Week" program, 70 middle school girls got a first-hand look at life as a Googler at the main campus in Mountain View, Calif. CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi tagged along on the tour and was also impressed with the 17 different cafeterias, foosball tables, and resistance pools.
Once in charge of Google Checkout, Ling became the marketing guru for Facebook's developer platform before joining Facebook last year. Now he's leaving again--for Google?
It turns out that Microsoft may actually be a better place to work than Google. Who knew?
Now I know why a 20-person outpost needs 22,000 square feet of work space: to accommodate sprawling parties with the city's technology policy elite.
The search giant retains its top perch in the latest rankings. So what makes Google special?
With it largest land purchase so far this year, the tech giant buys six buildings -- totaling 400,000 square feet of office space -- in Mountain View, Calif.