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A Bigger Picture, From Google and Apple to Nokia and Disney

UPDATE: Now including Facebook ($FB) after their IPO in May 2012. If you spot any product areas any of the companies listed are now in (or have left), let me know @joshr.

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Inspired by the NYT article, A Big-Picture look (…) that shows the ‘big four’ and the product groups they cover, I’ve attempted to include some of the other significant players. I’ve included stock codes and current market caps, which make a nice, but not completely telling, addition to the chart.

I’d like to add a few more product areas, such as Livingroom and LBS, and also some figures around number of users, active users, traffic, staff size.. but that might just make it too large :)

Dave suggested we add the targets column, and I welcome any suggestions there. There are obviously many, so lets keep it to likely prospects of M&As.

There are also some probably notable omissions of companies, maybe Sony? Nintendo? Just how far reaching is this industry now? :)

Some measure of mindshare, or geographic bias towards certain companies/products would also be great, but again, it could get very big at that point.

The notes in some cells show where there has been a recent acquisition, beta or rumor about an imminent launch. Most timely today is Books and Maps for Apple.

Much better viewed on separate Google Doc page

Much better viewed on separate Google Doc page

* Yeah, maybe AOL should be Time Warner, thoughts?

1 reply on “A Bigger Picture, From Google and Apple to Nokia and Disney”

We could also add ad exchanges? Google, Yahoo have have acquired DoubleCheck & Right Media respectively. Does AOL have oneā€”part of advertising.com maybe?

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