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  1. Categories

    1. World View:

      Asia, EMEA, North America, Rest of World
    2. Marketing Topics:

      Advertising / Branding, Email Marketing, Events, Marketing Overall, Mobile Marketing, New Marketing Tools, Public Relations, Social Media
    3. Venture Capital:

      Additional Funding, Incubator, Initial Funding, Private Equity, Venture Activities
    4. Investor Relations:

      Crisis Communications, Investor Relations
  2. About Google

    Google Inc. (GOOG and GGEA) is an American public corporation, earning revenue from online and mobile advertising related to its Internet search, web-based e-mail, online mapping, office productivity, social networking, and video sharing as well as selling advertising-free versions of the same technologies. Google's headquarters, the Googleplex, is located in Mountain View, California, and the company has 16,805 full-time employees (as of December 31 2007).


    Google was co-founded by
    Larry Page and Sergey Brin while they were students at Stanford University and the company was first incorporated as a privately held company on September 7, 1998. Google's initial public offering took place on August 19, 2004, raising US$1.67 billion, making it worth US$23 billion. Google has continued its growth through a series of new product developments, acquisitions, and partnerships. Environmentalism, philanthropy, and positive employee relations have been important tenets during Google's growth, the latter resulting in being identified multiple times as Fortune Magazine's #1 Best Place to Work. The company's unofficial slogan is "Don't be evil", however Google is not without controversy related to its business practices; there are concerns regarding the privacy of personal information, copyright, censorship, and discontinuation of services.

  3. Quotes about Google

    1. A year ago, when we shipped vSphere [4.0], we talked about vSphere being a foundation for the cloud. At that time, a lot of the industry was equating the cloud [only] to services provided by Google services and Amazon services on line.
      In VMware's Roadmap Directed Squarely at the Cloud
    2. The first wave of cloud computing growth was led by direct sales-led vendors Google, Amazon and Salesforce.com, but TBR believes partners will play a much larger role in driving the next wave of cloud computing adoption.
      In Microsoft Needs Its Traditional Business, Revenues Suggest
    3. The fantasy as an entrepreneur is to be the next Google.
      Chris Dixon in TechCrunch Founder Arrington Uses AOL Funds to Nurture Startups