In this year’s Top 20, Google has a new leader in its search ranking.
The search giant has a ranking of 1,943 in the global search engine rankings.
The previous record was held by Microsoft with 1,847, and Google has overtaken that number to become the new global leader in terms of worldwide rankings.
In addition, Google now has more than three times the number of global searches than its nearest competitor, Bing.
Google’s search ranking has been growing rapidly over the past year.
In 2016, the company announced that it had increased its search traffic from 7.5 billion to 9 billion searches.
That increase in search traffic has accelerated since then, and it has now grown to over 16 billion searches per month.
Google also has a significant amount of cash and stock in its balance sheet.
Its net cash position at the end of 2016 stood at $4.9 billion.
Google’s cash and cash equivalents stood at over $3.1 billion at the time of the financial year end, while its short-term investments in its subsidiaries totaled over $1.9 trillion.
Google is also an active investor in companies that are growing quickly.
For example, Google is a major shareholder in Lyft, which launched its ride-hailing service in April 2017.
Lyft has been expanding rapidly in recent months, with over 8,000 vehicles on the road at the start of the year.
The company is planning to open a fleet of up to 20,000 cars by the end-of-year.
In 2018, Google announced that its CEO Sundar Pichai would step down in the near future.
The CEO will remain in his role as the company’s CEO.