What Makes Google Everlasting?
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In this video, Motley Fool analysts Joe Tenebruso and Eric Bleeker discuss why Google makes the cut as an Everlasting business. To see why Joe and Eric believe that Google's visionary founders, leadership within multiple global megatrends, and focus on conscious capitalism make Google a business that you can buy, add to, and hold for years and even decades to come, click the video.
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