As Yahoo and eBay stock drops rapidly, I decided to compare the market caps of leading Internet stocks. More specifically, how many Internet companies do you have to combine to equal Google’s current market cap of $171 billion? Here’s the tally:

Yahoo (YHOO): $26B ($145B to go . . .);
eBay (EBAY): $36B ($109B to go . . .);
Amazon (AMZN): $31B ($78B to go . . . );
IAC (IACI): $7B ($71B to go . . .);
Time Warner, owner of AOL (TMX): $56B ($15B to go . . .);
+ (CRM): $6B ($9B to go . . .);
Priceline (PCLN): $4B ($5B to go . . .);
Expedia (EXPE): $7B (Over by $2B!).

Which would you choose – Google or the eight other companies above?

1 Comment

  1. Stuey January 31st, 2008

    I assume this post is a thinly disguised begging letter aimed at getting me to cough up the extra 2 billion dollars you are after! ;) ;) ;) SB

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David Rodnitzky is founder and CEO of 3Q Digital (formerly PPC Associates), a position he has held since the Company's inception in 2008. Prior to 3Q Digital, he held senior marketing roles at several Internet companies, including (2000-2001), FindLaw (2001-2004), Adteractive (2004-2006), and Mercantila (2007-2008). David currently serves on advisory boards for several companies, including Marin Software, MediaBoost, Mediacause, and a stealth travel start-up. David is a regular speaker at major digital marketing conferences and has contributed to numerous influential publications, including Venture Capital Journal, CNN Radio, Newsweek, Advertising Age, and NPR's Marketplace. David has a B.A. with honors from the University of Chicago and a J.D. with honors from the University of Iowa. In his spare time, David enjoys salmon fishing, hiking, spending time with his family, and watching the Iowa Hawkeyes, not necessarily in that order.