Google CEO Sundar Pichai waves after delivering the keynote address of the Google I/O conference Wednesday, May 18, 2016, in Mountain View, Calif. Google unveiled its vision for phones, cars, virtual reality and more during its annual conference for software developers.
Eric Risberg — AP
By Jonathan Vanian
June 24, 2016

Google has had a huge year.

The biggest news came in August when the search giant made the blockbuster decision to transform itself into a holding company called Alphabet. That new corporate umbrella oversees a stable of quasi-independent businesses like Internet-connected device maker Nest, a sci-fi lab known as X that is developing a self-driving car, and, of course, Google, the ubiquitous search engine.

But morphing into Alphabet wasn’t the only big news come from Google’s parent this past year. For example, on two occasions over two months, Alphabet surpassed Apple (aapl) in market value.

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