American Business Magazine, the US Business Blogs of America, is reporting that Google has purchased the American Business Forum, an American business site which it purchased for $100 million in August of 2016.
Google has reportedly been in negotiations with the American business community to buy the American forum since it launched in December of 2016, but no deal has yet been announced.
The article states that the American community was hoping to acquire the forum to provide “a common platform for both sides of the debate, and to encourage collaboration and dialogue.”
It further states that Google will continue to host a forum on Google+ called “The Big Picture.”
Google+ was acquired by Facebook in 2014, but has not yet moved to a new home.
The article states: The American Business forum is one of the most prominent business-related social media platforms in the US, and one of its best known features is its Google+ community, where people post articles, answers to questions and comments, and much more.
The forum was founded in 2000 by two friends and has more than 25,000 subscribers.
The US Business Forum is known for its extensive discussion of all things related to business, and the forum has been a source of much discussion over the years.
It was recently listed by Business Insider as one of “America’s Most Influential Entrepreneurs.”
The American business forums is considered one of America’s best-loved communities.