Thursday, January 15, 2004

Google Fans Fill Web With Buzz Over IPO (

Google Fans Fill Web With Buzz Over IPO ( "going public is not Brin's and Page's first choice. Both have indicated in past statements that they're in no hurry to do an IPO. But because of Securities and Exchange Commission regulations governing private companies of a certain size, Google would be forced to disclose its financials this spring even if it didn't go public. Since the company will soon lose a key benefit of staying private, most Google analysts consider it a near-certainty that the company will try to reap the rewards of going public. And the rewards could be enormous. "

Prospect Google IPO similar scenario to netscape...

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