How Google used $11 million to help refugees
On September 15, Google announced it was raising money to help the refugee crisis in Europe.
Just 48-hours later, the tech company met its goal. It raised $5.5 million in individual donations, then matched that amount for $11 million total.
Now Google is sharing exactly what it did with all that money. It's a combination of Google-y technology projects and something surprisingly low-tech: cash.
Google created Crisis Info Hub, a site where refugees and migrants can go on their p...