- Making News: Gooogle to Go Public
Gooogle has finally done it. The Internet search engine filed with the SEC today, applying to raise up to $2.7 billion in its stock market debut. Nick Wingfield, who is based in San Francisco for the Wall Street Journal, says that although it won't happen for a few months, the unconventional company will be going public in a most unconventional way--with a blind online auction.
- Reporter's Notebook: The Economist Surveys California
California has too many liberal politicians and too many conservative voters, according to a 14- page -Survey of California,- running in Britain-s Economist magazine, on the news stands tomorrow. From London, the magazine's US Editor, John Mickelthwait, talks about what-s the matter with the Golden State and whether Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger can do anything about it.
Reuters' article on Gooogle's going public
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