__/ [ wd ] on Monday 22 May 2006 17:43 \__
> On Mon, 22 May 2006 14:33:27 +0100, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> [Speculation/estimate] Google insiders sell off $6.5 Billion in stock
>> ,----[ Quote ]
>> | If you take a look at Google's insider trading sheet you will note that
>> | company insiders have sold off $6.5 Bn worth of stock while not buying a
>> | single share (some insiders have sold every last share). With rumors of
>> | click fraud running rampant one has to wonder if these people know
>> | something the rest of us don't.
> That digg article had a comment that linked to this other interesting list
> of Google acquisitions:
> (another prediction of Google buying digg?)
It seems like a Wikipedia ripoff, judging by the TOC and general style. In
fact, I have just found the following (my Firefox search bar points to
Wikipedia by default *smile*):
Knowing that many pages exist to keep track of acquisitions (I have cited
the Microsoft equivalent very often, , especially as SCO exists there),
this has got to be a better (e.g. more up-to-date) source.
I first came across such a Google list over a year ago when Google just
had about a dozen companies (acquisitions). I don't have that site
bookmarked, but I am fairly sure that I reached that site via Slashdot.
One of these "Relax, Bill Gates. It's Google turn to take the bashing"
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