Media: Google stops its service comparing loans

NEW YORK, February 23. /Corr. Ivan Sawyers/. American Corporation Google, inbound from October 2015 at the holding company Alphabet, stops its service, called Google Compare, which allows users to compare on the website of the loan conditions of various structures. This was announced on Monday the electronic version of the American newspaper The Wall Street Journal.

According to sources, the reason for this decision was that the service was not so profitable, as expected in Google. In addition, to post information about their services refused a number of major financial institutions.

Google on 2 October last year completed a restructuring of its management structure and became one of the Alphabet assets. The Executive Director of the latter was the co-founder of Google Larry page. The second search engine co-founder Sergey Brin was given the post of President of the new company.