Maybe a roller-coaster ride is just the distraction Disneyland-bound Googlers need to get their minds off the company's falling share price.
Google's shares closed Monday at $495.43, the first time they've closed below $500 in about six and a half months. The dip follows news that Google's two main competitors could possibly merge. It also comes as employees take a company trip to the Southern California amusement park.
Google's shares had been sailing to what seemed like never-ending heights, hitting a record high of $747 last November. However, they have lost 30 percent since trending downward late last year amid a larger market downturn, and have fallen by a third since their record high.
The recent shock to Google shares came on Thursday evening after the company announced fourth-quarter results that just missed Wall Street expectations. The shares got dinged again on Friday after Microsoft announced a $44.6 billion offer to buy Yahoo.