Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Google: Motorola’s Patents, Tech Are Worth $5.5 Billion

Cnet: In a recent filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Google explained its justification for the $12.4 billion price it paid for Motorola Mobility. The price broke down as follows:

  • $5.5 billion for “patents and developed technology”
  • $2.9 billion for Motorola’s cash
  • $730 million for customer relationships
  • $670 million for other net assets
  • $2.6 billion for goodwill, or value beyond the company’s assets

The filing makes it clear that Google viewed Motorola’s patents as the most valuable piece of the company.

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