Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL) Google’s stock price has risen sharply in 2017, thanks to a number of investments and a strong IPO.

Its stock value was at $104.20 at the close of trading on Friday, which would make it the seventh-largest company in the world by market cap.

But Google has a problem: Its unemployment rate.

The company’s latest data showed that the unemployment rate is 5.6 percent, down from 6.4 percent a year ago.

Google’s unemployment rate has been dropping steadily for the past three years, which is what drove the stock’s rally.

Google is one of the few companies that actually tracks unemployment statistics.

And Google has also been one of Google’s biggest investors, which means its stock price is highly correlated to the company’s stock performance.

Here’s a look at how Google’s performance has been affected by the stock price decline: Google’s Stock Price: The Stock Price of Google has gone up $10.4 billion in 2017.

The stock rose about 10 percent over the past 12 months, and it is now the ninth-largest stock in the market.

That means Google has about $1.9 trillion in assets and earnings.

The Google stock has risen by nearly $10 billion in value over the last three years.

Google has been investing in its workforce.

Google says it is the largest employer of tech workers in the U.S., with more than 1 million employees in Silicon Valley.

But this week, Google said it would lay off at least 1,000 employees in the United States and Canada.

It has also hired an additional 1,500 people, and the company is expanding its workforce by more than 20,000 people.

Google was also one of Alphabet’s biggest stockholders in 2017 as the company increased its share price by $15 billion.

Alphabet’s Stock: Alphabet’s stock is up $1,400 this year.

The number of shares outstanding is down by $4.7 billion, but Alphabet’s value has grown by $1 billion.

That makes Alphabet one of its biggest investors and is likely the reason why the stock has surged so much.

Alphabet has also boosted its dividend by a whopping $1 a share.

Google, of course, is a technology company.

Its revenue is heavily reliant on Google search, which generates more than half of its revenue.

The search giant has invested heavily in artificial intelligence (AI) research, so its stock is highly valued.

Google also has a number from the Internet of Things (IoT), which could be a big reason for its stock market valuation.

Google and IoT are also major drivers of Google searches, which can be used to show advertisements.

Google shares have risen $1 in 2017 because of its investments in Google Glass, a wearable device that Google says has “the potential to revolutionize how we interact with the world around us.”

The company is also investing in robotics and artificial intelligence research.

Google stock is still up nearly $6,000 this year, but that could be because of some big earnings announcements.

Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced that Google had raised $100 billion in cash, which will help the company continue to grow and grow its business.

Alphabet and the Alphabet Way Google is an Internet company that is the world leader in search and data.

But its growth has slowed recently, especially in the areas of artificial intelligence and IoT.

Alphabet stock is down $1 this year because of the stock market drop.

Alphabet also has been spending more on research and development, which could help the stock.

Google still has about 50 employees and about $10 trillion in revenue.

Alphabet CEO Sundlar Pichau has said he would like to see the company grow to 50,000 workers by 2020.

Alphabet is still one of those companies that focuses on the Internet, but Google is now looking at other areas as well.

Alphabet still has its search engine, Google Search, which has helped the company generate a huge amount of revenue.

But Alphabet also invests heavily in other areas, such as robotics and AI research, which helps it stay relevant in a world where technology is changing everything.

Alphabet isn’t the only tech company to invest in its employees.

Facebook (NASDER:FB) Facebook has been one the biggest companies to invest into its employees in 2017 due to the growth of its business, which was fueled by the acquisition of WhatsApp, an encrypted messaging service.

Facebook shares have been on a massive tear since then, which helped the stock gain $2.3 billion in 2018.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said that he hopes to hire 100,000 more people in the coming years.

Facebook also recently announced that it would buy Oculus VR, which had been building a virtual reality headset for Facebook.

Facebook is also one, if not the largest, employer of AI workers.

Its investment in artificial intelligent research and the technology that could help it become a dominant force in the next few years.

It’s a lot of money, but Facebook stock