In the early days of Google, Larry Page and Sergey Brin have severely undervalued their emerging organization. The search engine and information giant Google, with an estimated current net worth of $ 300 billion, was once put on the negotiating table in talks with the competing search engine Excite for just under a million dollars. George Bell, CEO of Excite, declined the offer and declined, even after the duo denied offering $ 750,000.
So what would motivate Page and Brin to put Google on the table? They feared that optimizing and managing Google would cost too much time for their research. Given Google's billions of dollars worth of dollars, they now have more than enough capital and time to look their best.